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FIRST NUMBER ISSUED A.D. 1830 

THE AMERICAN 
CHURCH 

ALMANAC 

AND 

YEAR BOOK 

FOR 

1912 



VOLUME LXXXIL 

"Well to celebrate these religious and sacred days is 
to spend the flower of our time happily/' — Hookkr. 

EDWIN S. GORHAM, Publisher 
37 East 28th Street 
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JE^Sftt:EM 
AND THE EAST MISSION 

"beginning at Jerusalem." — S. Luke xxiv. 47. 
Bishop : The Right Rev. G. F. Popham Blyth, D.D^ 

Bishop In Jemsalem* 

The Bishop asks for help to carry on the following work : 

1. Jerusalem.— St. George's College, the headquarters 
of the Mission, containing the Bishop's House, the Clergy 
House, and St. George's Collegiate Church, consecrated in 

^ 1898 and 1910. Connected with the College are: 

(a) St. George's Choir and Day School. 

(b) St. Mary's Home, #vith Orphanage, Free Day School 

and Women's Classes. 
(<f) St. Helena's Nursing Home with Doctor and 3 
Nurses. 
(President: H.R.H. the Princess Christian, of Schleswig-Holstein.) 

2. Haifa.— St. Luke's Church, consecrated in 1899. 

(a) Free Hospital and Dispensary, with i Doctor, 

Dispenser, and 3 Nurses. 
(6) Boys' School. 

(c) Girls' School. 

(d) Adult Jewesses' Class (Deaconess Miss Allen's 

late work — a successor wanted). 

3. Beyrout.— Chaplaincy and Mission. 

4- Cairo.— St. Mary's Church, opened for service 1908. 

(a) Boys' School. 
(6) Girls' School. 

5- Cyprus and Suez.— Chaplaincies. 

It is requested that communications be addressed and all remittances 
forwarded to — 

The REV. F. A. De ROSSET, 
The Rectory, Church of the Redeemer, 606 Washington Ave. 

Cairo, Illinois. 



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You wiU find it advantageous to mention tftis Ala^nacD^^flmi mfuufering Advertisements 



PREFACE. 

Anew feature in this eighty-second volume is the addi-^ 
tion of the names and addresses of the ^Itrgy of the 
Russian, Syrian, Servian, Greek and Polish Churches 
that are at work in the United States- These lists have been 
carefully revised by the Ecclesiastical authorities in each case 
and are given for two reasons. One to show our friendly dis- 
position towards the ancient churches of the East, and the 
other to aid our own clergy who, in the continuous immigration 
into their parishes of persons beloging to these churches, desire 
to know the nearest clergyman of their faith tp whom they 
can recommend these people as well as to have a list which is 
authentic so as to guard against imposture. 

To all who have helped in the preparation of this Volume^ 
the Editors desire to return their sincere thanks, and as an 
acknowledgement of the help and courtesy rendered, a com- 
plimentary copy of the Year-Book is sent to each Diocesan 
Secretary. 

To make the statistics accurate, however, the cooperation 
not only of every Bishop and Diocesan Secretary, but also 
of every Clergyman who has made a change in his cure dur- 
ing the past year is needed. 

What the Editors must know before a correct entry can be 
made is not only the exact title of the cure the clergymen has 
left, but that of the new cure, and whether he has been re- 
ceived by his new Diocesan. Letters of transfer are of no 
account till they have been received. (See form of return 
facing page 467.) 

The Editors decline all responsibility for communications 
that are not addressed directly to the AMERCAN CHURCH 
ALMANAC. 

THE EDITORS, 
American Church Almanac and Year Book. 
37 East 28th Street, New York, N. Y. 
December, 191 1. 

Note. — All corrections should reach the Editors before the 
10th of November in each year. 

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CONTENTS. 



PAGX 

Abbreviations used in the Clergy I^ist. 467 

Advertisements, Index to 593 

Alabama, Diocese of 105 

Alaska, District of 109 

Albany, Diocese of . . . ." iii 

Almanac for 1912 16 

Almanac for 19x3 z8 

Alphabetical Index to Consecrations 

and Ordinations for 1911 413 

American Church Building Fund Com* 

mission 81 

American Church Missionary Society. . 81 

American Churches in Europe 403 

American Episcopate, Notes of 405 

Anglican Communion, Bishops of .... 443 

Arizona, District of 116 

Arkansas, Diocese of 117 

Asheville, District of 119 

Atlanta, Diocese of 122 

Astronomical Calculations for 19 12.... 8 
Auxiliaries to the Domestic and For- 
eign Missionary Society — 

1. Woman's Auxiliary 81 

2. American Church Building Fund 

Commission 81 

3. American Church Miss. Society. . 81 

4. Church Missions Publishing Co. . . 81 

5. General Clergy Relief Fund 81 

6. Five Million Dollar Clergy Gen- 

eral Relief Fund 83 

7. Church League of the Baptized. . 82 



PAGI 

Bethlehem, Diocese of 124 

Bishops of the American Church in the 

Order of their Consecration 464 

Bishops of the American Church, Suc- 
cession of, since Seabury 459 

Bishops- Elect '463 

Bishops of the Anglican Communion: 

I. — Church of England 443 

II. — Church of Ireland 445 

III. — Church in Scotland 447 

IV. — Other Provinces of the Angli- 
can Church 447 

V. — Dioceses and Jurisdictions Not 

Grouped in Provinces 451 

VI. — Anglican Bishops who have Re- 
signed their Sees 453 

VII. — Church in the United States.. 454 
VIII. — Missionary Bishops of the 
American Church in the Posses- 
sions of the United States 458 

IX. — Missionary Bishops of the 
American Church in Foreign 

Countries 458 

X. — Churches Under a Concordat 
with the House of Bishops ....... 458 

Bishops who have Resigned their Sees. 458 
Brazil, Church in the United States of. 384 
Bronx, Borough of. — Churches and 

their hours of Services, in 579 

Bronx, Borough of. — Clergy Resi- 
dent in the '. 553 

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CONTENTS. 



Brooklyn, Borough of. — Churches and 

their hours of Services, in S8i 

Brooklyn, Borough of. — Clergy Resi- 
dent in 554 

Brotherhoods loo 

Business Directory, Classified v 

Calculations for 1912 8 

California, Diocese of 127 

Cape Palmas, District of 386 

Central New York, Diocese of 131 

Chicago, Diocese of 135 

Chronological Cycles 19 12 8 

Chronological Eras 8 

Church Events 191 1, Survey of 74 

Church League of the Baptized 82 

Church Missions Publishing Co 81 

Church Periodicals 442 

Churches Under a Concordat with the 

House of Bishops 458 

Church, the Protestant Episcopal, in 

the United States of America 75 

Churches and Chapels, and their hours 
of Services, in the City of New 
York, N. Y.— 

Borough of Bronx 579 

Borough of Brooklyn 581 

Borough of Manhattan 576 

Borough of Queens 584 

Borough of Richmond 580 

Classified Business Directory v 

Clergy, in United States, of — 

Greek Church 592 

Polish National Church 592 

Russian Church • 590 

Servian Church 591 

Syrian Church 591 

Clergy List 468 

Clergy Resident in the City of New 
York, N. Y.— 

Borough of Bronx 553 

Borough of Brooklyn 554 

Borough of Manhattan 551 

Borough of Queens 555 

Borough of Richmond 553 



Configurations, Planetary 10 

Colorado, Diocese of 139 

Commissions and Committees appointed 

by General Convention 76 

.Connecticut, Diocese of 142 

Consecrations and Ordinations, 191 1.. 405 

Convention, General, Officers of 76 

Courts of Reviews 79 

Cuba, the 'Church in 388 

Dallas, Diocese of 148 

Deaconesses 103 

. Deaconesses, List of, with Post Office 

Address 573 

Deaths in the Episcopate 458 

Delaware, Diocese of 150 

Depositions 589 

Diocesan Statistics for 1911 586 

Dioceses and Parishes . . . /. 105 

Dioceses by States, Territories, and 

Possessions, Index to 104 

Domestic and Foreign Missionary So- 
ciety 80 

Duluth, Diocese of 152 

East Carolina, Diocese of 155 

Easter, Table showing date of from 

1900 to 1984 10 

Eastern Oklahoma, District of 158 

Eastern Oregon, District of 159 

Easton, Diocese of 160 

Eclipses for 1912 9 

Educational Societies 82 

Ember-days, Proper Lessons for 46 

England, Church of. Bishops of 443 

Epochs, Eras and Periods 8 

Equinoxes and Solstices 8 

Erie, Diocese of 163 

Feast or Holy Days, a table to regulate 
the service when two feasts or holy 

days fall upon the same day 11 

Financial Societies 90 

Florida, Diocese of 165 

Fond du Lac, Diocese of 167 

General Clergy Relief Fund 8i 

General Convention, Officers of 76 

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CONTENTS. 



General Convention, Commissions and 

Committees of 76 

General Institutions 80 

General Theological Seminary 80 

Georgia, Diocese of 170 

Greek Church, Clergy of, in U. S 592 

Guilds and Societies 86 

Haiti, the Church in 389 

Hankow, District of *. 390 

Harrisburg, Diocese of 172 

Honolulu, Diocese of 175 

Hymns, Table of 68 

Idaho, District of 178 

Index to Advertisements 593 

Index to Dioceses, according to States, 

Territories and Possessions 104 

Indianapolis, Diocese of 180 

Institutions and Societies: 

I. — Educational 82 

II. — Missionary ..." 81 

III.— Guilds and Societies 86 

I v.— Financial 90 

Iowa, Diocese of 183 

Ireland, Church of. Bishops of 445 

Kalendar for 191 2 *. 17 

Kalendar for 1913 19 

Kansas, Diocese of 186 

Kansas City, Diocese of 189 

Kearney, District of 191 

Kentucky, Diocese of 193 

Kyoto, District of 394 

Latitude and Longitude Table 12 

Lent, Proper Lessons for 46 

Lessons, Daily, for 1912 20-45 

Lessons for Lent, 1912 46 

Lessons for Ember-days, 19 12 46 

Lessons for Rogation-days, 19 12 46 

Wessons, Revised Table of 50-67 

Lexington, Diocese of 196 

Literature of 191 1, Brief Notes on the. 415 

Long Island, Diocese of 198 

Los Angeles, Diocese of 202 

Louisiana, Diocese of 205 

Maine, Diocese of . 207 



Manhattan, Borough of. — Churches and 
Chapels, and their hours of Services, ^ 

in 576 

Manhattan, . Borough of. — Clergy Resi- 
dent in 551 

Marquette, Diocese of 210 

Maryland, Diocese of 211 

Massachusetts, Diocese of 217 

Mexico, District of 398 

Michigan, Diocese of 224 

Michigan City, Diocese of 228 

Milwaukee, Diocese of 229 

Minnesota, Diocese of 235 

Missionary Departments, The 81 

Missions in Foreign Countries ....... 384 

Mississippi, Diocese of 239 

Missouri, Diocese of 241 

Montana, Diocese of 244 

Moon, Phases of, 1912 15 

Nebraska, Diocese of 245 

Necrology 556 

Nevada, District of ....;.. 248 

Newark, Diocese of 250 

New Hampshire, Diocese of 254 

New Jersey, Diocese of 256 

New Mexico, District of 260 

New York, Diocese of 262 

New York, N. Y. — Churches and their 

hours of Services, in 576 

New York, Resident Clergy and Ad- 
dresses 551 

North Carolina, Dipcese of 275 

North Dakota, District of 278 

North Texas, District of 280 

Notes for the Year 1912 18 

Notes of the American Episcopate .... 405 

Offertory Sentences, Table of 72 

Ohio, Diocese of 282 

Oklahoma, District of 286 

Olympia, District of 288 

Ordinations for 191 1 408 

Oregon, Diocese of 290 

Panama, District of 292 

Pennsylvania, Diocese of 294 

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Philippines, District of 303 

Pittsburj^h, Diocese of 305 

Planetary Configurations 10 

Polish Church, Clergy of » in U. S 592 

Porto Rico, District of 308 

Postal Rates 435 

Preface 3 

Presiding Bishops, List of 468 

Proper Lessons for Lent, Rogation, 

and Ember-days, Z912 46 

Queens, Borough of. — Churches and 

their hours of Services, in 584 

Queens, Borough of. — Clergy Resident 

in 555 

Quincy, Diocese of 310 

Religious Orders 100 

Restorations 589 

Return, Form of 467 

Rhode Island, Diocese of 312 

Richmond, Borough of. — Churches and 

their hours of Services, in 580 

Richmond, Borough of. — Clergy Resi- 
dent in 553 

Rogation-days, 1912, Proper Lessons. . 46 
Russian Church, Clergy of, in U. S. . . 590 

Sacramento, District of 315 

Salina, District ^f 317 

San Joaquin, District of 319 

Scotland, Church in. Bishops of 447 

Servian Church, Clergy of, in U. S... 591 
Service, a table to' regulate the, when 
two feasts or holy-days fall upon the 

same day 11 

Shanghai, District of 393 

Sisterhoods 100 



Societies not under the General Con- 
vention 82 

South Carolina, Diocese of 321 

South Dakota, District of 324 

Southern Florida, District of 328 

Southern Ohio, Diocese of 331 

Southern Virginia, Diocese of 334 

Spokane, District of : 340 

Springfield, Diocese of 342 

Statistics for 191 1 386 

Succession of Bishops in American 

Church • 459 

Sun, the (mean time), 1912 14 

Sunday School Commissions, Commit- 
tees and Institutes ' 91 

Syrian Church, Clergy of, in U. S.... 591 

Tennessee, Diocese of 345 

Texas, Diocese of 348 

Tokyo, District of 396 

Utah, District of 350 

Vermont, Dipcese of 352 

Virginia, Diocese of 355 

Washington, Diocese of 361 

West Texas, Diocese of 365 

West Virginia, Diocese of 367 

Western Africa, Mission in 386 

Western Colorado, District of 370 

Western Massachusetts, Diocese of ... 372 

Western Michigan, Diocese of 374 

Western New York, Diocese of 376 

Woman's Auxiliary to the Board of 

Missions 81 

Wuhu, District of 394 

Wyoming, District of 38a 



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THE CHURCH ALMANAC, 1912. 



The Attronomical Calculations in this Almanac were expressly made for it and are 
siTcn in Local Mean Time, 



Chronologfcal Eras^ 



corresponds to: The year 7420-21 of the 



"Leap year," 

Era, the year* 5673 commencing at suTiset Septem- 



The year X9i^> which is 

Byzantine Era; 5672-73 of the Jewish , ^ ^ 

ber 11; 266K since the foundation of Rome according to Varro; 2688 of the Olympiads 
or the fourth year of the 672d Olympiad commencing July i; 2572 of the Japanese Era; 
the 1331st year of the Mohammedan Era begins on December 11, ipia. 

The X37th year of the Independence of the United States ot American begins on 
July 4, 191a. 



Date of Beginning of Epochs^ Eras and Periodi* 

NAME. BEGAN. 

Grecian Mundane Era B. C 5598 Sept 

Civil Era of Constantinople '* 5508 Sept. 

Alexandrian Era " 5502 Aug. 

Julian Period " 4713 Jan. 

Mundane Era " 4008 Oct 

Jewish Mundane Era , " 3761 Oct 

Era of Abraham , " 201 s Oct 

Era of the Olympiads " 776 July 

Roman Era (Anno Urbis Conditae) " 753 Apr. 

Metonic Cycle '. ; " 432 July 

Grecian or Syro-Macedonian Era " 312 Sept 

Era of Maccabees " 166 Nov. 

Tyrian Era " 125 Oct 

Sidonian Era " no Oct. 

Julian Year " 45 Jan. 

Spanish Era " 38 Jan. 

Augustan Era " 27 Feb. 

Vulgar Christian Era A. D. i Jan. 

Destruction of Jerusalem " 69 aept 

Mohammedan Era " 622 July 



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Chtonologiczl Cycles* 



Dominical Letter G F 

Epact II 

Lnnar Cycle (Golden Number) 13 



Solar Cjycle 17- 

Roman Indiction lo 

Julian Period *.... 6625 



The Seasons* 

Vernal Equinox — Soring begins March 

Summer Solstice — Summer begins June 

Autumnal Equinox — Autumn begins September 

Winter Solstice — Winter begins •. December 

New York Mean Time. 





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MORNING STARS. 
Mercury. — ^January i to March 2; April 15 

to June 17; August 22 to (Dctober 4; 

December 8 to December 31. 
Venus. — January x to July 5. 
Mars. — November 4 to December 31. 
Jupiter. — ^January 1 to June i: December 

18 to December ^i. 
Saturn. — May 14 to November 23. 



EVENING STARS. 
Mercury. — March 2 to April 15; June 17 

to August 22; October 4 to Decern* 

ber 8. 
Venus. — ^July 5 to December 31. 
Mars. — ^January 21 to November 4. 
Jupiter. — ^June i to December 18. 
Saturn. — January i to May 14; November 

23 to December 31. 



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Eclipscf* 

In the year igia there will be four eclipses, two of the Sun and two of the Moon. 

1. A partial eclipse of the Moon April i, invisible in the United States. 

2. A central eclipse of the Sun April x6-i7, visible as a partial one in the eastern 
portion of the United States and Canada. The path of the central eclipse, which it 
annular for some time after the beginning and before the end and total during the 
middle, commences on the western side of British Guiana, crosses the Atlantic in a 
northeastern direction, passes over the northwestern portion of Portugal, Spain and 
France (almost directly over Paris), along the southern coast of the Baltic Sea, enters 
Russia and ends in Northern Siberia. The greatest duration of totality is only a second 
and a half, the moon's shadow being only just long enough to reach me earth's surface. 



Place. 


Eclipse Begins. 


Bclipst Ends. 


Halifax. N. S 

Portland, Me • 


h m 
April 17, 6 2.9 A.M. 
April 17, 5 36.3 A.M. 
April 17, 5 30.5 A.M. 

Before sunrise. 

Before sunrise. 

Before sunrise. 


h m 

7 3S.aA.M. 

7 2 A.M. . 
6 56.4 A.M. 
6 41.3 A.M. 
6 25.6 A.M. 


Boston 


New York 


Washington 


Charleston 


6 7.1 A.M. 





3. A partial eclipse of the Moon, September 25-26, visible in the western portion of 
the United States and Canada. 



Place, 

Chicago 

Denver 

San Francisco . . 



Eclipse Begins. 

h m 

Sept. 26, 5 13 A. M. 

Sept. 26, 4 3 A.M. 

Sept. 26, 2 54 A.M. 



Eclipse Ends. 
h m 
After moon sets. 

S 26 A.M. 
I 4 17 A.M. 



At Chicago and Denver the Moon sets with the eclipse on it. 

4. A total eclipsq of the Sun, October 9-10, invisible in the United States except as 
a small partial eclipse* in Florida and the southern portion of the Gulf States. 

At Key West the eclipse begins October 10 before sunrise and ends at 7 h. 4.8 m. A. M. 

The path of the total eclipse lies almost wholly in South America and the South 
Atlantic Ocean. The greatest duration of totality is i minute and 55 seconds. 

Occultations. 

The first magnitude star Alpha Scorpii (Antares) will be occulted by the moon on 
April 5-6, and again on June 26-27. 



Place. 

Boston 

New York 

Washington . . . . 
Charleston 



Immersion. 
h m 
April 5, II 42-4 P'M. 
April 5, II 29.9 P.M. 
April 5, II 19.0 P.M. 
April s, II 1.8 P.M. 



Emersion, 
h m 
April 6, 12 51.7 A.M. 
April 6, 12 34.2 A.M. 
April 6, 12 14.0 A.M. 
April 6, 12 0.6 A.M. 



Local Mean Time. 



Place. 

Boston 

New York 

Washington 

Charleston 

Chicago 

Winona 

Houston ....... 



Immersion. 
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June 26, II 
June 26, II 
Tune 26, II 
June 26, 10 
Tune 26, 10 
June 26, 9 
June 26t 9 



44.4 P.M. 

27.0 P.M. 
8.5 P.M. 

50.5 A.M. 
9.0 P.M. 

32.1 P.M. 
43.7 P.M. 



Tune 27, 
June 27, 
June 27 1 
June 27t 
June 26, 
June 26, 
June 27, 



Emersion, 
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12 



49.8 A.M. 

36.9 A.M. 

22.3 A.M. 

16.4 A.M. 

13.6 P.M. 

45.7 P.M. 
55.3 P.M. 



Local Mean Time. 
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27 8 P.M. 



27 7 P.M. 

13 3 A.M. 

14 12 P.M. 
27 4 P.M. 



I 6 A.M. 
9 2 A.M. 
12 12 A.M. 



JANUARY. 

Earth in perihelion. 
Venus and Jupiter in conj. 
Mercury gr. elong. W. 24*. 
Saturn stationary. 

FEBRUARY. 

Saturn 90" from Sun. 

MARCH. 

Jupiter 90" from Sun. 
Mercury gr. elong. E. 19®. 

APRIL. 

Jupiter stationary. 

Mercury and Venus in conj. 

MAY. 

Mercury gr. elong. W. 26*. 
Saturn in conj. with Sun. 
Venus and Saturn in conj. 

JUNE. 

Jupiter in opposition to Sun. 

Mars in aphelion. 

Mercury and Venus in conj. 



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JULY. 

Earth in aphelion. 
Venus in perhelion. f 
Mercury gr. elong. E. 27^' 

AUGUST. 

Jupiter stationary. 
Saturn 90* from Sun. 
Jupiter 90* from Sun. 

SEPTEMBER. 

Mercury gr. elong. W. i8'. 
Venus and Mars in conj. 
16 ii|A.M. Saturn stationary. 

OCTOBER. ' 

14 12 A.M. Mercury and Mars in conj. 

NOVEMBER. 

7 II P.M. Venus and Jupiter in conj. 

II 5 P.M. Venus in aphdion. 

19 9 A.M. Mercury gr. elon^. E. 22*. 

23 I A.M. Saturn in opposition to Sun. 



3 2 A.M. 
14 12 P.M. 
28 4 A.M. 
31 8 P;M. 

Astronomical Constants* 



DECEMBER. 

Mercury and Jupiter in conj. 
Mercury and Mars in conj. 
Mercury gr. elongl W. 22", 
Earth in perihelion. 



The mean obliquity of the ecliptic for 19 12 is 23® 27' 2"./^ 

The present accepted value of the solar parallax is 8"8i at the garth's mean distance 
from the Sun, which is 92,894,000 miles, with a probable error of 75,000 miles more or less. 

The eccentricity of the Earth's orbit is 0.016746; we are therefore 3,112,560 miles 
nearer to the Sun at Perihelion than at Aphelion. 

The length of the Sidereal Year, or the time it takes the Earth to make one absolute 
revolution round the Sun, is 365 days, 6 hours, 9 minutes, 9.6 seconds of mean time. 

The length of the Tropical Year (from equinox to equinox) is 365 days, 5 hours. 
48 minutes, 46.07 seconds of mean time. 

The mean distance from the Earth to the Moon is 238,850 miles. 

The velocity of light is 186,330 miles per second. Light requires 8 minutes and 18 
seconds to^ travel from the Sun to the Earth when at its mean distance, as given above; 
therefore when we look at the Sun we see him not where he actualljr is, but where he 
was 8 minutes, 18 seconds ago; his true place is therefore always in advance of his 
apparent place. 

Table Showing Date of Easter from J900 to 1984* 



1900 — April 


15. 


1928 — April 


8. 


1956 — ^April 


I. 


1 90 1 — April 
1902 — M.arch 


7- 


1929 — March 


31. 


1957— April 


21. 


30. 


1930 — ^April 


20. 


1958 — April 
1959 — March 


6. 


1903 — April 


12. 


1 93 1 — April 
1932 — March 


5. 


29. 


1904 — April 


3. 


27. 


i960 — April 


17. 


1 90s — ^April 


23. 


1933— April 


16. 


1 96 1 — April 


2. 


1906 — April 
1907 — March 


15. 


1934— April 


I. 


1962 — April 


22. 


31. 


1935— April 


21. 


1963 — April 
1964 — March 


14. 


1908 — April 


19. 


1936 — April 
1937 — March 


12. 


29. 


1909 — April 


II. 


28. 


1965— April 


18. 


19 10 — March 


27. 


1938 — ^April 


17. 


1966 — ^April 
1967 — March 


10. 


191 1 — ^April 


16. 


1939— April 
1940 — March 


9. 


26. 


19 1 2 — April 


7' 


24. 


1968 — ^April 


14. 


19 1 3 — March 


23- 


1 94 1 — April 


13. 


1969 — ^April 
1970 — M-arch 


6. -^ 


19 14 — ^April 


12. 


1942 — ^April 


5- 


29. 


1915 — ^April 


4* 


1943— April 


25. 


1 97 1 — ^April 


XI. 


1916 — April 


23. 


1944— April 


9- 


1972 — ^April 


2, 


191 7 — ^April 
19 18 — March 


8. 


1945— -April 


I. 


1973— -April 


22, 


31. 


1946 — April 


21. 


1974— April 
1975 — M.arch 
1976 — ^April 


14. 


19 1 9 — ^April 


20. 


1947 — ^April 


6. 


30. 


1920 — ^April 
192 1 — March 


4- 


1948 — March 


28. 


18. 


27, 


1949— April 


17. 


1977— April 
1978 — March 
1979— April 
1980— Apri 


10. 


1922— April 
1923 — ^April 


16. 
I. 


1950—April 
195 1 — March 


9. 
25. 


26. 

i: 


1924 — ^April 


20. 


1952— April 


13. 


1925 — ^April 


12. 


1953— April 


,1; 


198 1 — ^Apnl 


19. 


1926 — ^April 


4- 


1954— April 


«9f2— April 


XX. 


1927— April 


17. ] 


i9SS--Apnl 


10. 


1983 — ^Apnl 


3. 



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A table to tcguhtt the serrfce when two feasts or holy days 
fall upon the same day* 

Adopted by thg Convocation of Canterbury. 
When two Feasts or ^oly-days happen to fall upon the same day, then shall be said 
the whole service proper to the day placed in the left hand column of the following table; 
and wheresoever in the service the Collect for the day is appointed to be said, then 
shall the Collect for the day placed in the right hand column immediately follow. 



I St Sunday in Advent. 


St. Andrew. 


4th Sunday in Advent. 


St. Thomas, 


St. Stephen, St . John, Innocents' Day, 
Circumcision. 


I St Sunday after Christmas. 


Epiphany. 


2nd Sunday after Christmas. 
I 


Conversion of St. Paul. 


■3rd Sunday after Epiphany. 


Purification.t 


4th Sunday after Epiphany, Septuagesima, 
Sexagesima and Quinquagesima Sun- 
days. 


Septuagesima and Sexagesima Sundays. 


Conversion of St. PauL 


Septuagesima, Sexagesima and Quinqua- 
gesima Sunday, Ash Wednesday, and 
Sundays in Lent. 


St. Matthias. 


Annunciation. 


— ist, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and sth Sundays in Lent. 


Sunday next before Easter, Monday before 
Easter to Easter Even inclusive. 


Annunciation. 


Easter Day,* Monday and Tuesday in 
Easter Week. . 


Annunciation. 
St. Mark. 


I St Sunday after Easter. 


St. Mark. 

St. Philip and St. James. 


St. Mark. 

St. Philip and St. James. 


2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Sundays after Easter. 


Ascension Day.* 


St. Philip and St James. 


Sunday after Ascension Day. 


St. Philip and St James. 


Whitsunday,* Whitsun Monday and Tues- 
day. 
Trinity Sunday.* 


St Barnabas. 


St. Barnabas and all other Holy-days till 
All Saints* Day inclusive. 


Sundays after Trinity. 



If there be additional Services it shall also be lawful, except on the days marked * 
and on Good Friday, to use the services proper to the days placed in the nght hand 
column, adding the Collect for the day placed in the left hand column, 

t The Sarum Use gives the priority to Septuagesima, Sexagesima or Qutnquagestma, 
over the PurifiCbtion, 



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LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE TABLE. 



Showing the Approximate Latitude and Longitude of Important Places and their 
Difference in Time from New Yonc 



Place, 



Approximate 
Latitude, 



Adelaide 

Aden 

Albany 

Alexandria 

Ann Arbor 

Apia» Samoa 

Archangel 

Astoria • 

Athens, Greece .... 

Bahia 

Baltimore 

Berlin 

Bombay 

Bordeaux 

Boston 

Brussels 

Buenos Ayres 

Calcutta , 

Cambridge, England 

Canton 

Cape Horn ....... 

Cape Good Hope ... 

Charleston 

Chicago 

Cincinnati 

Colombo 

Constantinople .... 

Copenhagen 

Denver 

Dublin 

Edinburgh 

Florence 

Galveston ' 

Geneva 

Glasgow 

Greenwich 

Halifax 

Havana 

Hobart 

Hong Kong ....... 

Honolulu 

Key West 

Kingston, Jamaica . 

Lisbon 

Liverpool 

Madison 

Madras >. 

Madrid 

Manila ,.. 

Marseilles 

Melbourne , 

Mexico City 

Montreal 

Moscow 

Mt. Hamilton 

Naples , 

Nashville 

New Orleans 

New York 

Nice 

Ogden 

Oxford, England .< 
Panama 



34 

12 
42 
31 
42 
13 
64 
46 

37 
13 
39 
52 
18 
44 
4a 
50 
, 34 
22 
52 
23 
55 
34 
32 
41 
39 
6 
41 
55 
39 
53 
55 
43 
39 
46 
55 
51 
41 
23 
42 
22 
21 
24 
17 
38 
53 
43 
13 
40 
14 
43 
37 
19 
45 
55 
37 

36 
29 
40 
43 
41 

n 



56 s. 

39 N. 

12 N. 

17 N. 

32 N. 
n N. 

58 N. 
I S. 

18 N. 
30 N. 

50 N. 
21 N. 

51 N. 

^^ §r- 

13 N. 

^ ^' 

59 S. 
21 S. 
42 N. 
50 N. 

8 N. 

56 N. 

9 N. 
41 N. 

41 N. 

23 N. 

57 N. 
46 N. 
18 N. 

12 N. 

29 N. 

40 N. 
9 N. 

53 S. 
18 N. 
18 N. 

33 N. 

58 N. 

42 N. 

24 N. 
4 N. 
4 N. 

24 N. 
35 N. 
18 N. 
50 S. 
26 N. 

30 N. 

20 N. 

52 N. 
9 N. 

58 N. 

43 N. 

13 N. 
4(5 N. 
57 N. 



Approximate 
Longitude. 



h m 

9 14 E. 

3 o E. 

4 55 W. 

1 59 E. 

5 35 W. 
II 27 E. 

2 42 £. 

8 IS W. 

1 35 E. 

2 34 w. 
5 o W. 
o 54 E. 
4 SI E. 
o 2 W. 

4 44 W. 
o 17 E. 

3 54 W. 

5 53 E. 

o 

4 29 W. 

1 14 E. 

5 20 W. 
5 50 W. 
5 38 W. 

5 19 E. 

1 56 E. 
o 50 E. 

7 o W. 
o 25 W. 
o 13 W. 
o 45 E. 

6 19 W. 
o 25 E. 
17 W. 
o o 

4 U W. 

5 29 W. 

9 49 E. 

10 31 W. 

5 27 W. 
5 7 W. 

o 37 W. 

o 12 W. 

5 S8 W. 

5 21 E. 
o 15 W. 

8 4 E. 
o 21 E. 

9 40 E. 

6 36 W. 

4 54 W. 

2 30 E. 
8 7 W. 
o 57 E. 

5 47 W. 

6 W. 

4 56 W. 
o 29 E. 

7 28 W. 
o 5 W. 

5 18 W. 



Time Difference. 


-{■Later, - 


-Earher 




h 


m 


^ 


9 


50 


+ 


7 


56 . 


• + 





I 


. + 


6 


55 


— 





39 


— 


7 


37 


• + 


7 


38 


— - 


i 


19 




31 


-- 


2 


22 







4 




5 


50 




9 


47 


-- 


4 


54 


-- 





12 


-- 


5 


13 


" 


I 


2 


-- 


10 


49 


-- 


4 


56 


— 


II 


30 







27 




6 


10 


— 





36 


— 





54 


— 





42 


+ 


10 


15 


+ 


6 


52 


+ 


5 


A6r 


— 


2 


4 




4 


31 




4 


4^ 


-- 


5 


41 


— 


I 


25 


+ 


5 


21 


-f. 


4 


39 


-f- 


4 


5^ 


-f- 





42 


— 





33 


— 


9 


15 


— 


II 


27 


— 


5 


35 


— 





31 


— 





II 


+ 


4 


19- 


+ 


4 


44 




I 


2- 


+ 


10 


17 


+ 


4 


41 


. — 


II 





+ 


5 


17 




9 


24 


— 


I 


40 


X 




7 


2 
26 




3 


II 


+ 


5 


ss 







51 


— 


I 


4 


+ 


5 


25 


— 


2 


3» 


+ 


4 


51 


— 





22 



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Paris 

Philadelphia 

Portland, 3faine . 

Port Said 

Quebec 

Richmond 

Rochester 

Rome, Italy 

San Diego 

San Francisco .. 

San Joan 

Savannah 

Seattle 

Singapore ....... 

St. Hdena ...••• 
St. Johns, NTd. 
St. Petershurg .. 

Stockhokn 

Sydney 

Tokio 

Valparaiso 

Victoria, B. C. .. 

Vienna 

Washington 

Wellington, N. Z. 
Yokohama 




Approsfimate 



m 

9 E. 

I W. 
41 W. 

9 E. 

45 W. 
10 W. 
10 W. 

u 50 E. 

7 49 W. 
i 10 W. 

4 H W. 

5 a4W. 

8 9 W. 
55 E. 
33 W. 
31 w. 

1 E. 
12 E. 

Si- 

19 E. 

46 W. 
14 W. 

1 5 E. 

5 I W. 

IX 39 E. 

9 19 E. 



6 
o 
3 

a 

X 

10 
9 

J 



Timg Diff€r€nc€. 


+Later, - 


-Earlier 


h 


m 


+ 5 


5 


— 


5 


-• 


15 


-- 7 


S 


-- 


IX 


— 


«4 


^ 


\t 


+ 5 


— a 


S3 


T 3 


14 


+ 


31 


— 


s8 


— 3 


13 


- 


- IX 


5> 


-- 4 


33 




- X 


«5 


" 


- 6 
. 6 


% 


— 8 


59 


— 9 


45 


+ 


10 


+ I 


x8 


I 


— 


la 


— 7 


35 




- 9 


45 



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SUNRISE AND SUNSET, 1912. 

(Local Mean Time.) 



Datb. 




Ntw YoaK. 


Washiiigtoii. 


CHAaLnToii.S.C 


Nbw OiLBAiva^ 


T912. 


Days. 


Ritaa. 


Sato 


Riaat. 


Scto. 


Riaaa. 


Sato. 


Uaaa. 


Seta. 






h. m. 


h. m. 


h. m. 


h. m. 


b. m. 


h. m. 


h. m. 


h m. 


Janaary..... 




7 34 


4 43 


7 19 


4 48 


7 3 


5 4 


J 58 


5 I* 






7 34 


4 51 


7 19 


4 56 


7 4 


5 10 


f 58 


5 19 




17 


7 32 


4 59 


7 17- 


5 5 


7 3 


5 17 


6 58 


5 J6 




25 


7 16 


5 9 


7 " 


5 14. 


I 5 


5 35 


6 56 


5 33 


February... 




7 " 


5 !7 


7 7 


5 31 


6 56 


5 33 


6 54 


5 37 






7 3 


5 36 


6 59 


5 39 


6 49 


5 39 


6 47 


5 44 




>7 


6 53 


iJi 


6 51 


IS 


6 43 


5 47 


6 *' 


5 H 




25 


6 40 


6 40 


6 30 


5 55 


6 ^ 
6 19 


5 58 


March 




6 34 
6 33 


1 1 


6 33 
6 34 


I ' 


! » 


|»| 




^ 17 


6 9 


6 10 


6 9 


6 18 


t^ 


6 9 


6 9 


6 10 




35 


5 56 


6 18 


5 5$ 


6 14 


5 57 


6 14 


April 




5 45 


6 34 


5 46 


6 33 


5 49 


6 30 


5 SO 


6 19 




9 


5 31 


f 3J 


5 33 


6 31 


IS 


6 35 


5 4o 


s « 




17 


5 »9 


6 41 


5 33 


$ ^2 


6 31 


5 33 


6 a7 




35 


5 7 


tn 


5 10 


6 48 


5 19 


6 37 


5 33 


6 35 


May 




4 59 


5 a 


6 53 


I '1 


6 41 


5 19 


6 40 






4 49 


7 4 


4 53 


7 


6 47 


^5 13 


6 44 




17 


4 43 


7 " 


4 46 


7 8 


5 3 


6 53 


5 6 


6 49 




n 


4 35 


7 19 


4 4< 


7 14 


4 56 


6 58 


5 3 


6 54 


/una 




4 33 


7 34 


4 37 


7 19 


4 54 


7 I 


5 


7 






4 38 


7 39 


4 34 


7 33 


4 53 


7 6 


5 


7 1 




17 


4 38 


7 33 


4 34 


?S 


4 53 


7 9 


5 


7 4 




25 


4 39 


7 34 


4 35 


4 53 


7 " 


5 I 


7 4 


July 




4 31 


7 34 


4 37 


7 39 


4 55 


7 II 


5 I 


7 5 






4 37 


7 33 


^ ^i 


7 37 


4 59 


7 '2 


5 5 


? i 




17 


4 44 


7 38 


4 48 


7 33 


5 4 


7 8 


5 10 




35 


4 5' 


7 33 


4 55 


7 17 


5 9 


T'^ 


5 15 


7 


August 




4 56 


7 16 


5 


7 13 


5 H 


5 19 


S 56 






5 4 


7 6 


5 7 


7 5 


5 19 


6 51 


5 H 


6 4^ 




17 


5 13 


6 s^ 


5 15 


6 54 


5 35 


6 43 


5 i8 


6 43 




35 


5 30 


6 44 


5 33 


6 43 


5 30 


6 33 


5 33 


6 34 


Septembar. . 




5 37 


6 33 


5 39 


6 31 


5 35 


6 35 


5 37 


6 16 






5 35 


6 19 


5 37 


6 18 


5 40 


6 14 


5 41 




17 


5 43 


6' 5 


5 44 


6 5 


5 45 


6 4 


5 44 


6 6 




25 


5 50 


5 53 


5 53 


5 53 


5 50 


5 53 


5 49 


5 55 


October 




!^ 


5 43 


5 56 


5 44 


I t 


5 45 


5 54 


5 47 






5 30 


5 -♦ 


5 32 


5 35 


?1 


li? 




17 


6 13 


5 17 


6 13 


5 18 


6 6 


5 35 




35 


6 32 


5 6 


6 31 


5 8 


6 13 
6 18 


5 16 


6 9 


IS 


NoTcmber. . . 




6 3« 


t% 


6 37 


5 


5 10 


6 14 






6 40 


6 36 


4 53 


6 36 


5 3 


6 3: 


5 " 




17 


6 30 


4 40 


6 45 


4 44 


6 34 


4 57 


6 38 


5 5 




35 


7 


4 35 


6 53 


4 40 


6 41 


4 54 


6 33 


5 


December... 




7 5 


4 34 


7 


Ji? 


6 49 


4 54 


6 36 


5 a 






7 13 


4 33 


7 9 


6 51 


4 54 


4I 


5 3 




17 


7 19 


JIJ 


7 M 


4 39 


6 57 


4 57 


I I 




35 


7 32 


7 17 


-♦ *i 


7 I 


5 3 


6 51 




31 


7 34 


4 43 


7 19 


4 48 


7 3 


5 5 


6 57 


5 13 



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THE MOON'S PHASES, 1912. 

{Local Jd§an Tim€.) 



19x2. 



Phase. 



Day. 



New York. 



Charleston. New Orleans. 



JANUARY. 



Full Moon 

Last Quarter. . 
New Moon ... 
First Quarter. 



h m 

8 34 A.M. 

2 47 A.M. 
6 14 A.M. 

3 55 A.M. 



h m 

8 10 A.M. 

2 22 A.M. 
5 so A.M. 

3 31 A.M. 



h m 

7 30 A.M. 

1 43 A.M. 
5 10 A.M. 

2 51 A.M. 



FEBRUARY... 


f-uUMoon.... 
Last Quarter.. 
New Moon.... 
First Quarter. . 


2 

.1 

25 


7 2 P.M. 

7 55 P.M. 

12 is A.M. 

2 31 P.M. 


6 .^8 P.M. 

7 31 P.M. 
12 24 A.M. 

2 7 P.M. 


S S8 P.M. 

d 6 51 P.M. 

17 II 44 P.M. 

^ 1 27 P.M. 


MARCH 


Full Moon.... 
Last Quarter.. 
New Moon.... 
First Quarter.. 


3 

10 

i8 
25 


5 46 A.M. 

3 P.M. 

5 13 P.M. 

10 6 P.M. 


5 22 A.M. 

3 3S P.M. 

4 49 P.M. 
9 42 P.M. 


4 42 A.M. 
I 56 P.M. 
4 9 P.M. 
9 2 P.M. 


APRIL 


Full Moon I 

Last Quarter.. 9 


5 9 P.M. 
10 28 A.M. 

6 44 A.M. 
3 51 A.M. 


4 45 P.M. 

10 4 A.M. 

6 20 A.M. 

3 27 A.M. 


4 5 P.M. 
9 24 A.M. 

5 40 A.M. 
2 47 A.M. 




First Quarter.. 


1 H 



MAY. 



Full Moon 

Last Quarter. . 
New Moon . . . • 
First Quarter. . 
Full Moon.... 



5 23 A.M. 
5 o A.M. 

5 18 P.M. 
9 15 A.M. 

6 33 P.M. 



4 59 A.M. 
4 36 A.M. 
4 54 P.M. 
8 SI A.M. 
6 9 P.M. 



4 19 A.M. 

3 56 A.M. 

4 14 P.M. 
8 II A.M. 

5 29 P.M. 



JUNE... 


Last Quarter. . 
New Moon.... 
First Quarter. . 
Full Moon.... 


7 
15 

21 
29 


9 40 P.M. 
I 28 A.M. 
3 44 P.M. 
8 38 A.M. 


9 16 P.M. 
I 4 A.M. 
3 19 P.M. 
8 14 A.M. 


8 36 P.M. 

12 24 A.M. 

2 39 P.M. 

7 34 A.M. 




JUL"M 


Last Quarter.. * 
New Moon.... 
First Quarter. . 
Full Moon.... 


7 

. 14 

21 

28 


11 51 A.M. 
8 18 A.M. 

12 23 A.M. 
II 32 P.M. 


II 27 A.M. 

d 7 S3 A.M. 

20 II 59, P.M. 

II 8 P.M. 


10 47 A.M. 

d 7 13 A.M. 

jTO II 19 P.M. 

10 28 P.M. 




AUGUST 


Last Quarter. . 
New Moon.... 
First Quarter. . 
Full Moon.... 


5 

13 

19 
27 


11 22 P.M. 
3 2 P.M. 

12 P.M. 
3 3 P.M. 


10 58 P.M. 
2 38 P.M. 

11 37 A.M. 
2 39 P.M. 


10 18 P.M. 
I 58 P.M. 

10 57 A.M. 
I 59 P.M. 


SEPTEMBER.. 


Last Quarter. . 
New Moon.... 
First Quarter. . 
Full Moon .... 


4 
10 
i8 
26 


8 27 A.M. 
10 52 P.M. 
2 59 A.M. 
6 38 A.M. 


8 3 A.M. 

10 28 P.M. 

2 35 A.M. 

6 14 A.M. 


7 23 A.M. 
9 49 P.M. 
I 55 A.M. 
5 34 A.M. 


OCTOBER..... 


Last Quarter. . 
New Moon... ^ 
First Quarter. . 
Full Moon.... 


3 

10 

17 
25 


3 52 P.M. 

8 45 A.M. 

9 10 P.M. 
9 34 P.M. 


3 28 P.M. 
8 21 A.M. 

8 46 P.M. 

9 10 P.M. 


2 48 P.M. 

7 41 A.M. 

8 6 P.M. 
8 30 P.M. 


NOVEMBER... 


Last Quarter. . 
New Moon,... 
First Quarter. . 
Full Moon.... 


I 
8 
16 
24 


10 41 P.M. 
9 9 P.M. 
5 47 P.M. 

11 16 A.M. 


10 17 P.M. 1 2 38 P.M. 

8 45 P.M. 1 i 5 P.M. 

5?3P.M. 1 443 P.M. 
10 52 A.M. 1 10 12 A.M. 



DECEMBER. . 



Last Quarter.. 
New Moon. • • • 
First Quarter. . 
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Why doth one day excel another, 

When aa all the light of every day in the year is of the sun? 

By the knowledge of the Lord they were distinguished : 

And He altered seasons and feasts. 

Borne of them hath He made high days, and hallowed them, 

And some of them hath He made ordinary days. 

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6. 

7- 

14. 



JANUARY. 

The Circumcision of ChrisL 
The Epiphany. 



The I St Sunday after the Epij^hany. 
^ The 2nd Sunday after the Epiphany. 
21. The 3d Sunday after the Epiphany. 



25. The Conversion of St Paul. 

28. The 4th Sunday after the Epiphany. 



FEBRUARY. 

2. The Purification of St. Mary the Virgin. 

4. The Sunday called Septuagesima. 
II. The Sunday called Sexagesima. 
18. The Sunday called Quinquagesima. 
21. Ash- Wednesday. 

24. St. Matthias's Day. 

25. The I St Sunday in Lent. 
28. Ember-day. 

MARCH. 

1. Ember-day. 

2. Ember- day. 

3. The 2nd Sundajr in Lent. 
10. The 3d Sunday in Lent. 
17. The 4th Sunday in Lent. 

24. The 5th Sunda]^ in Lent. 

25. The Annunciation of the Blessed Vir- 

gin Mary. 
31. The Sunday next before Easter. 



APRIL. 

1. Monday before Easter. 

2. Tuesday before Easter. 

3. Wednesday before Easter. 

4. Thursday before Easter. 

5. Good Friday. 

6. Easter-Even. 

7. Easter- Day. 

8. Monday in Easter-week. 

9. Tuesday in Easter- week. 

14. The I St Sunday after Easter. 

21. The 2nd Sunday after Easter. 

25. St. Mark's Day. 

28, The 3d Sunday after Easter. 



6. 
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JUNE. 

Ember-day. 

Trinity- Sunday. 

The I St Sunday after Trinity. 

St. Barnabas the Apostle. 

The 2nd Sunday after Trinity. 

The 3d Sunday after Trinity. 

St. John Baptist's Day. 

St. Peter's Day. 

The 4th Sunday after Trinity. 

JULY. 

The 5th Sunday after Trinity. 
The 6th Sunday after Trinity. 
The 7th Sunday after Trinity. 
St. James the Apostle. 
The 8th Sunday after Trinity. 

AUGUST. 

The 9th Sunday after Trinity. 
The Transfiguration of Chnat 
The loth Sunday after Trinity. 
The nth Sunday after Trinity.. 
St. Bartholomew the Apostle. 
The 1 2th Sunday after Trinity. 

8BPTBMBBR. 

The 13th Sunday after Trinity. 

The 14th Sunday after Trinity. 

The 15th Sunday after Trinity. 

Ember-day. 

Ember-day. 

St. Matthew the Apostle. 

Ember-day. 

The 1 6th Sunday after Trinity. 

St. Michael and All Angels. 

The 17th Sunday after Trinity. 

OCTOBER. 

The 1 8th Sunday after Trinity. 
The 19th Sunday after Trinity. 
St. Luke the Evangelist 
The 20th Sunday after Trinity. 
The 21st Sunday after Trinity. 
St. Simon and St. Jude, Apottlea. 



MAY. 

I. St. Philip and St. James's Day. , 

S. The 4th Sunday after Easter. | 

12. The sth Sunday after Easter. 
Rogation Sunday. 

13. Rogation-day. 

14. Rogation-day. 

15. Rogation-day. 

16. The. Ascension-day. 
19. The Sunday after Ascension-day. 

26. Whitsunday. 

27. Monday in Whitsun-week. 

28. Tuesday in Whitsun-week. 

29. Ember-day. 
31. Ember-day. 

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NOVBMBBR. 

I. All Saints' Day. 
3. The 22nd Sunday after Trinity. 
ID. The 23d Sunday after Trinity. 

17. The 24th Sunday after Trinity. 

24. The Sunday next before Advent. 
30. St. Andrew's Day. 

DECEMBER. 

1. The I St Sunday in Advent. 
8. The 2nd Sunday in Advent. 
15. The 3rd Sunday in Advent. • 

18. Ember-day. 

20. Ember-day. 

21. St. Thomas the Apostle. 
Ember-day. 

22. The 4th Sunday in Advent. 

25. Christmas-day. 

26. St. Stephen's Day. 

27. St. John the Evangelist's Day. 

28. The Innocents' Day. 

29. The I St Sunday after Christmas-day. 



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Dominical Letter G. F. 

Lunar Cycle (Golden Number) 13 

Solar Cycle 17 

Roman Indiction 10 

Julian Period 6625 

Sundays after Epiphany 4 

Septuagesima February 4 

Ash Wednesday February 31 



Good Friday April 5 

Easter Day April 7 

Rogation Sunday May la 

Ascension Day May 16 

Whitsunday May 26 

Trinity Sunday June 2 

Sundays ^fter Trinity 35 

ist Sunday in Advent December i 



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JANUARY. 

1. The Circumcision of Christ. 

5. The and Sunday after Christmas-day. 

6. The Epiphany. 

12. The 1st Sunday after the Epiphany. 
19. The Sunday called Septuagesima. 

25. The Conversion of St. Paul. 

26. The Sunday called Sexagesima. 

FEBRUARY. 

2. The Purification of St. Mary the Virgin. 
The Sunday called Quinquagesima. 

5. Ash- Wednesday. 

9. The ist Sunday in Lent. 

12. Ember-day. 

14. Ember-day. 

15. Ember-day. 

16. The ind Sunday in Lent. 

23. The 3rd Sunday in Lent. 

24. St. Matthias's Day. 

MARCH. 

2. The 4th Sunday in Lent. 
9. The sth Sunday in Lent. 

16. The Sunday next before Easter. 

17. Monday before Easter. 
18- Tuesday before Easter. 

19. Wednesday before Easter. 

20. Thursday before Easter. 

21. Good Friday. 
z2. Easter-Even. 

23. Easter-day. 

24. Monday in Easter-week. 

25. Tuesday in Easter-week. 

30. The ist Sunday after Easter. 

APRIL. 

6. The 2nd Sunday after Easter. 

13. The 3rd Sunday after Easter. 
20. The 4th Sunday after Easter. 
25. St. Mark's Day. 

27. The 5th Sunday after Easter. 
Rogation Sunday. 

28. Rogation-day. 

29. Rogation-day. 

30. Rogation-day. 

MAY. 

I. Ascension-day. 

St. Philip and St. James's Day. 
4. The Sunday after Ascension-day. 

1 1 . Whitsunday. 

12. Monday in Whitsun-week. 

13. Tuesday in Whitsun-week. 

14. Ember-day. 

16. Ember-day. 

17. Ember-day. 

18. Trinity Sunday. 

25. The 1st Sunday after Trinity. 

JUNE. 

I. The 2nd Sunday after Trinity. 

6. The 3rd Sunday after Trinity. 

II. St. Barnabas the Apostle. 

15. The 4th Sunday after Trinity. 

22. The sth Sunday after Trinity. 
24. St. John Baptist's Day. 

29. St. Peter's Day. 

The 6th Sunday after Trinity. 



JULY. 

6. The 7th Sunday after Trinity. 
13. The Sth Sunday after Trinity. 
20. The 9th Sunday after Trinity. 
25. St. James the Apostle. 
27. The 10th Sunday after Trinity. 



AUGUST. 

3. The nth Sunday after Trinity. 

6. The Transfiguration of Christ. 
10. The 12th Sunday after Trinity. 
17. The 13th Sunday after Trinity. 
24. St. Barnabas the Apostle. 

The 14th Sunday after Trinity. 
31. The 15th Sunday after Trinity. 



SBPTBMBBR. 

7. The 1 6th Sunday after Trinity. 
14. The 17th Sunday after Trinity. 
17. Ember-day. 

19. Ember-day. 

20. Ember-day. 

21. St. Matthew the Apostle. 

The I Sth Sunday after Trinity. 

28. The 19th Sunday after Trinity. 

29. St. Michael's and All Angels. 



OCTOBER. 

5. The 20th Sunday after Trinity. 
12. The 2 1 St Sunday after Trinity. 
iS. St. Luke the Evangelist. 
19. The 22nd Sunday after Trinity. 
26. The 23rd Sunday after Trinity. 
28. St. Simon and St. Jude, Apostles. 



NOVEMBER. 

1. All Saints' Dav. 

2. The 24th Sunday after Trinity. 
9. The 25th Sunday after Trinity. 

16. The 26th Sunday after Trinity. 
23. The Sunday next before Advent. 
30. The ist Sundav in Advent. 
St, Andrew's Day. 



DECEMBER. 

7. The 2nd Sunday in Advent. 
14. The 3rd Sunday in Advent. 
17. Ember-day. 

19. Ember-day. 

20. Ember-day. 

21. The 4th Sunday in Advent. 
St. Thomas the Apostle. 

25. Christmas-day. 

26. St. Stephen's Day. 
2y. St. John the Evangelist's Day. 
28. The Innocents* Day. 

The ist Sunday after Christmas. 



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ADVENT, 1911. DECEMBEB. 



4< 3 SITNDAY. Ist IN AD- 
VENT (Violet) 

Proper Psalms, M. 8, 50; 
. E. 96, 97. 

4 MONDAY , 

5 TUESDAY 

6 WEDNESDAY 

7 THURSDAY 

8 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

9 SATURDAY 

+10 STTNDAT. 2iid IN AB- 
VENT (Violet) 

11 MONDAY 

12 TUESDAY 

13 WEDNESDAY 

14 THURSDAY 

15 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

16 SATURDAY 



Ist LESSON. 



M. Isaiah i to v. 28 
E. Isaiah 2 



M. Isaiah 23 
E. Isaiah 24 

M. Isaiah 25 
E. Isaiah 26 

M. Isaiah 27 

E. Isaiah 28 to v. 14 

M. Isaiah 28 v. 14 
K Isaiah 29 

M. Isaiah 30 to v. 18 
E. Isaiah 30 v. 18 

M. Isaiah 31 
E. Isaiah 32 



M. Isaiah 5 to v. 26 
E. Isaiah 24 



M. Isaiah 35 
E. Isaiah 40 

M. Isaiah 41 to v. 17 
E. Isaiah 41 v. 17 

M. Isaiah 42 to v. 17 

E. Isaiah 42 v. 17 

[& 43 to V. 8 

M. Isaiah 43 v. 8 
E. Isaiah 44 to v. 21 



M. Isaiah 44 v. 21 
[& 45 to V. 8 
E. Isaiah 45 v. 8 

M. Isaiah 46 
E. Isaiah 47 



2iid LESSON. 



M. Luke i to v. 26 
E. Revelation i or 
[John 16 to V. 16 



M. 2 Peter 2 
E. John 16 v. 16 

M. 2 Peter 3 
E. John 17 

M. I John i 

E. John 18 to v. 28 

M. I John 2 
E. John 18 v. 28 

M. I John 3 

E. John 19 to v. 25 

M. I John 4 
E. John 19 v 25 



M. Luke i v. 26 to 57 

E. Revelation 2 or 

[John 20 to V. 19 

M. 2 John 

E. John 20 v. 19 

M. 3 John 

E. John 21 to v. 15 

M. JUDE 

E. John 21 v. 15 



M. Revelation i 
E. Revelation 2 to 
[v. 18 

M. Revelation 2 v. 

[18 & 3 to v. 7 

E. Revelation 3 v. 7 

M. Revelation 4 
E. Revelation 5 



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+17 SUNDAY. 3rd IN AD- 
VENT (Violet) 

Ember Week. — One of the 
two Prayers, "For those 
who are to be admitted into 
Holy Orders," is to be used 
in this we€k. 
i8 MONDAY 



l8t LESSON. 



19 TUESDAY 



20 WEDNESDAY ... (Abst.) 

*Kmber-day, 

21 THUKSDAY. 

ST. THOMAS (Red) 



22 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

*Ember-day. 

22, SATURDAY (Abst.) 

♦Ember-day, 
+24 SUNDAY. 4tli IN AD- 
VENT (Violet) 

25 MONDAY. CHEISTMAS- 

DAY (White) 

Proper Psalms, M. 19, 45, 
85; E. 89, no, 132. Proper 
Preface in the Communion 
Service and on seven days 
after. The Collect of the 
Nativity shall be said con- 
tinualb' unto New- Year's 
Eve. 

26 TUESDAY. 

ST. STEPHEN (Red) 



27 WEDNESDAY. 

ST. JOHN EVANGELIST 

(White) 

28 THUESDAY. 
INNOCENTS ... (Violet) 



29 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

30 SATURDAY 

+31 SUNDAY. 1st AFTEK 
CHRISTMAS-DAY 



M. Isaiah 25 

E. Isaiah 28 to v. 23 



M. Isaiah 49 v. 13 

E. Isaiah 50 

M. Isaiah 51 

E. Isaiah 52 to v. 13 

M. Isaiah 52 v. 13 

[&53 
E. Isaiah 54 
M. 2 Kings 6 v. 8 to 

[24 
E. 2 Kings 7 
M. Isaiah 55 ' 
E. Isaiah 56 
M. Isaiah 57 
E. Isaiah 58 
M. Isaiah 30 to v. 22 
E. Isaiah 32 
M. Isaiah 9 to v. 8 
E. Isaiah 7 v. 10 to 

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M. Genesis 4 to v. 

[17 

E. 2 Chronicles 24 

[v. 15 to 26 

M. Exodus 33 v. 7 
E. Isaiah 6 
M. Jeremiah 31 to 
[v. 18 
E. Isaiah 49 v. 13 

M. Isaiah 61 
E. Isaiah 62 
M. Isaiah 63 
E. Isaiah 64 
M. Isaiah 35 
E, Isaiah 40 



2iid LESSON. 



M. Luke i v. 57 
E. Revelation 3 



M. Revelation 8 
E. Revelation 9 
M. Revelation 10 
E. Revelation ii 
M, Revelation 12 

E. Revelation 13 
M. Mark 16 v. 9 

E. John 14 to v. 15 
M. Revelation 14 
E. Revelation 15 
M. Revelation 16 
E. Revelation 17 
M. Luke 3 to v. 23 
E. Revelation 22 
M. Luke 2 to v. 15 
E. Titus 2 v. ii & 
[3 to v. 9 



M. Acts 6 & 7 to v. 

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E. Acts 7 v. 17 to 55 



M. John 13 v. 21 to 
E. 2 John \z^ 

M. Matthew 18 to 
[to V. 15 
E. Mark 10 v. 13 to 
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M. Rev. 19 v. ii 
E. Revelation 20 
M. Rev. 21 to v. 15 
E. Rev. 21 v. 15 
M. Luke 2 v. 25 
E. Hebrews 2 



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Days. 



1 KONDAY. CIECTTMCIS- 

lON 

Proper Psalms, M. 40, 90; 
E. 65, 103. The sam« Col- 
lect, Epistle and Gospel shall 
serve for every day after, 
unto the Epiphany. (White) 

2 TUESDAY 

3 WEDNESDAY 

4 THURSDAY 

5 FRIDAY (Abst) 



l8t LESSON. 



M. tGEN. 17 to V. 15 
E. Deut. 10 V. 12 



M. Gen. i & 
E. Genesis 
M. Genesis 
E. Genesis 
M. Genesis 
E, Genesis 
M. Genesis 



: 2 to V. 4 

2 V. 4 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 



6 SATTJBDAT. 

EPIPHANY 

Proper Psalms, M. 46, 47, 
48; E. 72, 117, 135- 

+ 7 SUNDAY. 1st AFTER 
THE EPIPHANY (White) 



8 MONDAY 



9 TUESDAY . . . . 
10 WEDNESDAY 



E. Genesis 8 

M. Isaiah 60 

E. ISAi. 49 to V. 14 



M. Isaiah 44 v. 6 
E. Isaiah 45 

M. Gen. ii v. 27& 12 
E. Genesis 13 

M. Genesis 14 
E. Genesis 15 
M. Genesis 16 



E. Gen. 17 to v. 23 

M. Gen. 18 to v. 17 

E. Genesis 18 v. 17 

M. Gen. I9v.i2to3o 

E. Genesis 20 

13 SATURDAY M. Genesis 21 



11 THURSDAY 

12 FRIDAY • (Abst.) 



4<14 SUNDAY. 2nd AFTEB 
THE EPIPHANY (Green) 



15 MONDAY . 

16 TUESDAY 



17 WEDNESDAY 



E. Gen. 22 to v. 20 

M. Isaiah 51 

E. Isai. 52 to V. 13 

M. Gen. 24 v.29 to 52 
E. Genesis 24 v. 52 
M. Gen. 25 v. 5 to 27 
K Genesis 25 v. 27 
[& 26 to V. 7 
M. Genesis 26 v. 12 
E. Gen. 27 to v. 30 



2iid LESSON. 



M. Romans 2 v. 17 
E. CoLOSsiANS 2 



M. Matthew i 
E. Acts i 
M. Matthew 2 
E. Acts 2 to v. 22 
M. Matthew 3 
E. Acts 2 v. 22 
M. Matthew 4 
E. Acts 3 

M. Romans ii 

E. Luke 3 v. 15 to 23 



M. Matthew 2 v. 13 
E. Romans 10 or 

[Matt. 5 to V. 27 
M. Matthew 5 v. 27 
E. Acts 4 v. 32 & 5 
[to V. 17 
M. Matt. 6 to v. 19 
E. Acts 5 v. 17 
M. Matthew 6 v. 19 
[& 7 to V. 7 
E, Acts 6 

M. Matthew 7 y. 7 
E. Acts 7 to v. 30 
M. Matt. 8 to v. 18 
E. Acts 7 v. 30 
M. Matthew 8 v. 18 
E. Acts 8 to v. 26 
M. John i v. 29 
E. I Corinthians 3 
[or Matt. 9 to v, 18 
M. Matthew 9 v. 18 
E. Acts 9 to v. 23 
M. MATt. 10 to V. 24 
E. Acts 9 v. 23 

M. Matt. 10 v. 24 
E. Acts 10 to v. 2^ 



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Festival itself; otherwise, when no colour is given, refer to the previous Sunday. 

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i8 THURSDAY 

19 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

20 SATURDAY 

•1*21 SUNDAT. 3rd AFTES 
THE EPIPHANY (Green) 

22 MONDAY 

23 TUESDAY 

24 WEDNESDAY 

26 THUBSDAY. CONYEB- 
SIGN OF ST. PAUL 

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26 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

27 SATURDAY 

+28 SUNDAY. 4th AFTEE 
THE EPIPHANY (Green) 

29 MONDAY 

30 TUESDAY 

31 WEDNESDAY 



l8t LESSON. 



M. Gen. 27v.30to46 
E. Gen. 27 v. 46*28 

M. Gen. 29 to v. 2i 
E. Gen. 31 to v. 25 

M. Genesis 31 v. 25 
E. Gen. 32 to v. 22 

M. Isaiah 54 
E. Isaiah 55 



M. Gen. 35 to v. 21 

E. Genesis 37 

M. Gen. 39 V. 20 & 40 
E. Gen. 41 to v. 17 

M. Gen. 41 v.i7to38 
E. Genesis 41 v. 38 

M. Wisdom 5 

E. Jerem. i to v. II 



M. Gen. 42 to v. 25 
E. Genesis 42 v. 25 

M. Gen. 43 to v. 15 
E. Genesis 43 v. 15 

M. Isaiah 56 to v. 9 
E. Isaiah 59 



M. Gen. 45 to v, 16 

E. Genesis 45 v. 16 

[& 46 to V. 8 

M. Genesis 46 v. 26 

[& 47 to V. 13 

E. Genesis 47 v. 13 

M. Genesis 48 
E. Genesis 49 



2nd LESSON. 



M. Matthew ii 
E. Acts 10 v. 24 

M. Matt. 12 to v. 22 
E. Acts ii 

M. Matt. 12 v. 22 
E. Acrs 12 

M. Matthew 4. v. 12 

E. 2 Corinthians 4 

[or Matt. 13 to V. 24 

M. Matthew 13 v. 
[24 to 44 
E. Acts 13 v. 26 

M. Matt. 13 v. 44 
E. Acts 14 

M. Matt. 14 to v. 22 
E. Acts 15 to x, 30 

M. Acts 22 to v. 22 
E. Acts 26 



M. Matt. 14 v. 22 
E. Acts 15 ▼• 30 ft 
[16 to V. 16 
M. Matt. 15 to v. 21 
E. Acts 16 v. 16 

M. Luke 4 v. 14 to 33 

E. 2 Corinthians 5 

[or Matt. 15 V. 21 

M. Matthew 16 
E. Acts 17 v. 16 



M. Matthew 17 

E. Acts 18 to v. 24 

M. Matt. 18 to v. 21 

E. Acts 18 v. 24 & 

[19 to V. 21 



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1 THURSDAY 

2 FBIDAY. PTJEIPICA- 

TION OF VIBOIN 

MAEY 

Proper Psalms, M. 20, 86, 

87; E. 84, 113, 134. (White) 

(Abst.) 

3 SATURDAY 

+ 4 SUNDAY. SEPTUAGES- 

TMA (Violet) 

5 MONDAY 

6 TUESDAY 

7 WEDNESDAY 

8 THURSDAY 

9 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

10 SATURDAY 

+11 SUNDAY. SEXAGESI- 

MA (Violet) 

12 MONDAY 

13 TUESDAY ..../. 

14 WEDNESDAY 

15 THURSDAY 

16 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

17 SATURDAY 



M. Gen. 50 to v. 15 
E. Genesis 50 v. 15 
M. I Samuel 3 

E. Haggai 2 to V. 10 



M. Exodus i 
E. Exodus 2 
M. Jere. 5 V. 10 
E. Jere 22 v. 13 



M. Exodus 4 v. 27 
[& 5 to V. 19 

E. Exodus 5 v. 19 
[& 6 to V. 14 

M. Exodus 6 v. 28 
[& 7 to V. 14 

E. Exodus 7 v. 14 

M. Ex. 8 to V. 16 
E. ExodUs 8 V. 16 

M. Ex. 9 to V. 13 
E. Exodus 9 v. 13 
M. Exodus 10 
E. Exodus ii 
M. Ex. 12 to V. 29 
E. Exodus 12 v. 29 
M. Jeremiah 35 
E. Jeremiah 36 

M. Exodus 15 
E. Exodus 16 
M. Exodus 17- 
E. Exodus 18 
M. Exodus 19 
E. Ex. 20 to V. 25 
M. Exodus 22 v. 21 
[& 23 to V. 20 
E. Exodus 23 v. 20 
M. Exodus 24 

E. Ex. 25 to V. 23 
M. Ex, 28 to V. 13 
E. Ex. 28 V. .15 to 39 



2]id LESSON. 



M. Matt. 18 v. 21 
E. Acts 19 v. 21 
M. Galatians 3 V. 
[15 & 4 to V. 8 
E. I John 3 to v. 9 



M. Matt. 19 to v. 27 

E. Acts 20 to v. 17 

M. Matthew 5 

E. Ephesians I or 
[Matt. 19 V. 2^ 
[& 20 to V. 17 

M. Matt. 20 v. 17 

E. Acts 21 to v. 27 

M. Matt. 21 to v. 23 

E. Acts 21 v. 27 & 
[22 to V. 22 
M. Matt. 21 v. 23 
E. Acts 22 v. 22 & 
[23 to V. 12 
M. Matt. 22 to v. 15 
E. Acts 23 v. 12 
M. Matt. 22 v. 15 
E. Acts 24 
M. Matthew ^z 
E. Acts 25 
M. Matthew 6 
E. Ephesians 2 or 
[Matt. 24 to V. 29 
M. Matt. 24 v. 29 
E. Acts, 27 to v. 18 
M. Matt. 25 to v. 31 
E. Acts 27 v. 18 
M. Matt. 25 v. 31 
E. Acts 28 to v. 17 
M. Matt. 26 to v. 30 

E. Acts 28 v. 17 
M. Matthew 26 v. 
[30 to 57 
E. Romans i 
M. Matt. 26 v. ^^ 
E. Romans 2 



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1-18, SUNDAY. QunrauA- 

OESIMA (Violet) 

19 MONDAY 

20 TUESDAY 



21 ASH-WEDNESDAY.'' 

(Fast) 
Proper Psalms, M. 6,32,38; 
E. 102, 130, 143. Note.— 
The Penitential Office to be 
read at Morning Prayer. 



22 THURSDAY (Abst.) 

2d day in Lent. 



23 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

3d day in Lent. 



24 SATTJEDAY. 

ST. MATTHIAS •• (Red) 
4th day in Lent. 

*t25 SUNDAY. Ist IN LENT. 

Ember Week. One of the 
Prayers, "For those who are 
to be admitted into Holy 
Orders," is to be used in 
this week. (Violet) 



26 MONDAY (Abst.) 

5th day in Lent. 



27 TUESDAY (Abst.) 

6th day in Lent. 

28 WEDNESDAY ... (Abst.) 

7th day in Lent. 
*Ember-day. 



29 THURSDAY (Abst.) 

8th day in Lent. 



Itt LESSON. 



M. Lam. i to v. 17 
E. Lam. 3 to v. 37 



M. Exodus 32 v. 15 
E. Exodus 33 

M. Ex. 34 to V. 18 
E. Exodus 34 v. 18 

M. Isaiah 58 
E. Jonah 3 



M. Leviticus 9 v. 22 
[& 10 to V. 12 
E. Lev. 16 to v. 25 

M. Lev. 19 to v. 19 
E. Leviticus 19 v. 
[30 & 20 to v. 9 

M. I Samuel 2 v. 27 
E. Isaiah 22 v. 15 



M. Jere. 7 to V. 21 
E. Jere. 9 to v. 25 



M. Lev. 26 to v. 21 
E. Lev. 26 v. 21 



M. Numbers 6 
E. Numbers 9 v. 15 
[& 10 to V. II 
M. Numbers 10 v. 
[29 & II to V. 16 
E. Numbers ii v. 16 

M. Numbers 12 

E. Num. 13 to v. 25 



2nd LESSON. 



M. Matthew 7 
E, Ephesians 3 or 
[Matt. 27 to V. 27 

M. Matt. 27 v. 27 
E. Romans 4 

M. Matthew 28 
E. Romans 5 

M. Luke 15 
E. Hebrews 12 to v. 
[18 



M. Mark i v. 21 

E. Romans 7 

M. Mark 2 to v. 23 
E. Romans 8 



M. John 6 v. 47 
E. I John 2 v. 15 



M. Matthew 10 
£. Ephesians 4 or 
[Mark 2 v. 23 
[& 3 to V. 13 



M. Mark 3 v. 13, 
E. Romans 10 



M. Mark 4 to v. 3$; 
E. Romans ii 

M. Mark 4 v. 35 & 
[5 to V. 21 
E. Romans 12 

M. Matthew 7 ' 
E. Hebrews 12 



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9th day in Lent. 
♦Ember-day. 

.2 SATURDAY (Abst.) 

loth day in Lent. 
♦Ember-day. 

^ 3 SUNDAY. 2d IN LENT. 

(Violet) 



4 MONDAY (Abst.) 

nth day in Lent. 

5 TUESDAY (Abst.) 

I2th day in Lent. 

6 WEDNESDAY . . , (Abst.) 

13th day in Lent. 

7 THURSDAY (Abst.) 

14th day in Lent. 

8 FRIDAY (Abst) 

15th day in Lent. 

9 SATURDAY ...... (Abst.) 

1 6th day in Lent. 

+10 SUNDAY. 3d IN LENT. 

(Viokt) 

11 MONDAY (Abst.) 

17th day in Lent. 

12 TUESDAY (Abst.) 

i8th day in Lent. 

13 WEDNESDAY . . . (Abst.) 

19th day in Lent. 

14 THURSDAY (Abst.) 

20th day in Lent. 

15 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

21 St day in Lent. 

16 SATURDAY (Abst.) 

22d day in Lent. 

• For the table of Proper Lessons for 
see pages 46-49. 



l8t LESSON. 



M. Numbers 13 v. 
[25 & 14 to V. 5 
E. Numbers 14 v. 
[5 to 26 
M. Num. 14 v. 26 
E. Num. 16 to v. 23 



M. EzEKiEL 14 
E. Daniel 3 



M. Numbers 20 
E. Numbers 21 



2nd LESSON. 



M. Mark 5 v. 21 

E. Romans 13 

M. Mark 6 to v. 14 
E. Romans 14 



M. Luke 10 to v. 25 

E. Ephesians 5 V. 
[15 & 6 to V. 10 
[or Mark 6 v. 
[14 to 30 

M. Mark 6 v. 30 

E. Romans 16 



M. Num. 22 to v. 21 M. Mark 7 to v. 24 
E. Num. 22 v. 21 E. i Corinthians i 



M. Numbers 23 
E. Numbers 24 

M. Numbers 25 
E. Num. 27 v. 12 

M. Numbers 32 
E. Num. 35 v. 9 

M. Deut. I to V. 19 
E. Deut. i v. 19 

M. Ezekiel 18 V. 20 
E. Daniel 5 

M. Deut. 3 v. 18 
E. Deut. 4 to v. 25 

M. Deut. 4 v. 25 
E. Deut. 5 to v. 22 

M. Deut. 5 v. 22 

E. Deuteronomy 6 
M. Deuteronomy 7 

E. Deuteronomy 8 
M. Deuteronomy 9 
E. Deuteronomy 10 

M. Deuteronomy ii 
E. Deut. 15 to v. 19 



M. Mark 7 v. 24 
E. I Corinthians 2 

M. Mark 8 

E. I Corinthians 3 

M. Mark 9 to v. 30 
E. I Corinthians 4 

M. Mark 9 v. 30 
E. I Corinthians 5 

M. Mark 9 to v. 30 
E. Romans 14 or 

[Mark 10 to v. 32 
M. Mark 10 v. 32 
E. I Corinthians 7 

M. Mark i i to v. 27 

E. I CbRINTHIANS 8 

M. Mark ii v. 27 & 
[12 to V. 13 
E. I Corinthians 9 
M. Mark 12 v. 13 to 
[28 
E. I Cor. 10 
M. Mark 12 v. 28 
E. I QoR. II 

M. Mark 13 
E. I Cor. 12 



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Itt LESSON. 


2iid LESSON. 


W7 SUNDAY. 4th IN LENT. 


M. MiCAH 6 


M. John S v. 24 




(Viokt) 


E Daniel 6 


E. Phiuppians I or 
[Mark 14 to ▼. a6 


i8 MONDAY 


. (Abst.) 


M. Deuteronomy 18 


M. Mark 14 v. 26 to 


23d day in Lent. 






[53 






E. Deuteronomy 19 


E. I Cx)R. 14 


19 TUESDAY 


. (Abst.) 


M. Deut. 24 v. 5 


M. Mark 14 v. 53 


24th day in Lent. 




E. Deuteronomy 26 


E. I Cx)R. 15 tov.35 


20 WEDNESDAY .. 


. (Abst.) 


M. Deuteronomy 27 


M. Mark 15 to ▼. 43 


2Sth day in Lent. 




E. Deut. 28 to v. 15 


E. I Cor. 15 v. 35 


21 THURSDAY 


. (Abst.) 


M. Deuteronomy 28 


M. Mark 15 v. 42 & 


26th day in Lent. 




[v. 15 to 47 


[16 






E. Deut. 28 v. 47 


E. I Cor. 16 


22 FRIDAY 


. (Abst.) 


M. Deuteronomy 29 


M. Luke i to v. a6 


27th day in Lent. 




E. Deuteronomy 30 


E. 2 Corinthians i 


23 SATURDAY 


. (Abst.) 


M. Deut. 31 to v. 30 


M.Luke i v. 26 to 57 


28th day in Lent. 




E. Deut. .^i v. .^ & 
[32 to V. 44 


E. 2 Corinthians 2 


+24 SUNDAY. 6th IN lENT. 


M. Zechariah 13 


M. Luke 21 


Passion Sunday. 


(Violet) 


E. Daniel 7 to v. 19 


E. Philippians 3 or 
[Luke I ▼. 57 


25 MONDAY. ANNUNCIA- 


M. Gen. 3 to v. 16 


M. Luke i v. 39 to 


TION OF TNE VIEfilN 




[57 


MAKY 


. (Abst.) 


E. I Sam. 2 to v. 11 


E. John i to v. 19 


Proper Psalms, M. 89; E. 






131, 132, 138. 


(White) 






29th day in Lent. 








26 TUESDAY 


. (Abst.) 


M.Joshua i 


M. Luke 2 to v. 21 


30th day in Lent. 




E. Joshua 2 


E. 2 Corinthians 4 


27 WEDNESDAY .. 


. (Abst.) 


M.Joshua 3 


M. Luke 2 v. 21 


31st day in Lent. 




E. Joshua 4 


E. 2 Corinthians 5 


28 THURSDAY 


. (Abst.) 


M.Joshua 5 


MrLuKE 3 


32d day in Lent. 




E. Joshua 6 


E. 2 Corinthians 6 


20 FRIDAY 


. (Abst.) 


M.Joshua 7 

E. Joshua 8 to v. 30 


M. Luke 4 to v. 16 


33d day in Lent. 


. ^i ».U>3\.' J 


E. 2 Corinthians 7 


30 SATURDAY 


. (Abst.) 


M. Joshua 8 v. 30 


M. Luke 4 v. 16 


34th day in Lent. 




E. Joshua 9 


E. 2 Corinthians 8 


+31 SUNDAY. NEXT BE- 


M. Zechariah 9 v. 9 


M. Matthew 26 


FOSE EASTEK 




E. Daniel 9 


E. John ii v. 47 ft 


Pahn Sunday. 


(Violet) 




[12 to V. 20 or 
Luke Sto'?. 17 



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1 MONDAY BEFOBE | M. Genesis 3 v. 20 

EASTEB ••..••1 [&4tov. 17 

35th day in Lent. (Abst.) 1 E. Num. 20 to v. 14 

I 

2 TUESDAY BEFOBE I M. Num. 21 to v. 10 
EASTEB E. Leviticus 16 v. 6 

.36th day in Lent. (Abst.) | [to 25 

3 WEDNESDAY BEFOBE i M. Zechariah ii 



EASTEB 

37th day in Lent. (Abst.) 
4 THITBSDAY BEFOBE 

EASTEB 

38th day in Lent. (Abst.) 
6 0QODFBIDAY 

39th day in Lent. (Fast) 
' Proper Psahns, M. 22, 40, 
-54;E. 69, 88. (Black) 

6SATTJBDAY. EASTEB- 

EVEN • 

40th day in Lent. (Abst.) 

Proper Psalms, M. 4, lO, 17; 

E. 30, 31. ' , 

(White at Evensong) 

+ 7 SmJDAY. EASTEB-DAY 

Anthems instead of Venite. 
Proper Psalms, M. 2, 57, 
III; E. 113, 114, 118. Prop- 
er Preface in the Commun- 
ion Service and on seven 
days after. (White) 

8 MONDAY IN EASTEB 

9 TTFESDAY IN EASTEB 

WEEK 

10 WEDNESD'AY 

11 THURSDAY 



E. Gen. 37 v. 3 to 29 

M. Exodus 16 v. 4 
[to 16 
E. Genesis 14 v. 14 
M. Gen. 22 to v. 19 
E. Isaiah 52 v. 13 
[& 53 

M. Isaiah 38' v. 9 to 
[21 
E. Exodus 13 



M. tExoDus 12 to V. 

[29 
E. tExoDus 15 to V. 

[22 



M. Exodus 15 v. 22 
E. Job 19 

M. IsAT. 26 to V. 20 
E. 2 Kings 13 v. 14 
[to 22 
M. Judges 13 
E. Judges 14 
M.Judges 15 



I E. Judges 16 

12 FRIDAY (Abst.) I M. Judges 17 & 18 

; [to V. II 

E. Judges 18 v. 11 

13 SATURDAY ! M. Ruth i 

E. Ruth 2 
"fUSITNDAY. 1st AFTEB 
EASTEB (White) 



M. Isaiah 43 to v. 22 
E. Isaiah 48 to v. 20 



2nd LESSON. 



M. John 14 

E. I Corinthians 10 

[to v. 12 

M.John 15 

E. Hebrews 9 to v. 

[16 

M.John 13 

E. I Peter i to v. 22 

M. John 6 v. 27 

E. Hebrews 7 
M.John 18 
E. I Peter 2 



M. Luke 23 v. 50 
E. Hebrews 4 

M. Matthew 28 

E. Acts 2 v. 22 or 
[Luke 8 to v. 22 



M. Luke 24 to v. 13 
E. Mark 16 
M.John 21 to v. 15 
E. John 21 v. 15 

M. Luke 9 to v. 18 
E. Galatians 6 
M, Luke 9 v. 18 to 
[43 
E. Ephesians I 
M. Luke 9 v. 43 

E. Ephesians 2 
M. Luke ip to v. 25 
E. Ephesians 3 
M. Acts i 

E. I Corinthians 15 
[to V. 23 or 
[Luke 10 V. 25 



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t The Old Testament Lessons appointed for Easter-day may • be interchanged, the 
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i6 TUESDAY 



17 WEDNESDAY 



18 THURSDAY 

19 FRIDAY (Abst.) 



M. I Samuel 4 
E. I Samuel 5 

M. I Samuel 6 

E. I Samuel 7 
M. I Samuel 8 
E. I Sam. 9 to v. 25 

20 SATURDAY M. i Samuel 9 v. 25 

[& 10 to V. 17 

E. I Samuel 10 v. 

[17 & II to V. 14 

M. Hosea 13 to v. is 

E. Hosea 14 



lit LESSON. 

M. I Samuel i 

E. I Sam. 2 to v. 22 



2nd LESSOV. 

M. Luke ii to v. 29 
E. Ephesians 5 



M. I Samuel 2 v. 22/ M. Luke iiv. 29 
E. I Samuel ^ o E. Ephesians 6 



+21 SUNDAY. 
EASTEB • 



2nd AFTEE 

(White) 



22 MONDAY 

23 TUESDAY 

24^WEDNESDAY 

25 THTTBSDAT. ST. MARK. 



26 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

(White) 



27 SATURDAY 



+28 SXINDAT. 3rd AFTER 
EASTEB (White) 



29 MONDAY . 

30 TUESDAY 



M. I Sam. 14 to v. 24 
E. I Samuel 14 v. 
[24 to 47 
M. I Samuel 15 

E. I Samuel 16 
M. I Sam. 17 to v. 31 
E. I Samuel 17 v. 
[31 to 55 
M. Isaiah 62 
E. Ezekiel I to v. 15 

M. I Samuel 17 v. 
[55 & 18 to V. 17 
E. I Samuel 19 
M. I Sam. 20 to v. 18 
E. I Sam. 20 v. 18 
M. Joel 3 v. 9 
E. MiCAH 3 V. 9 & 
[4 ^o V. 8 
M. I Samuel 23 
E. I Samuel 24 & 
[25 to V. 2 
M. I Samuel 26 
E. I Sam. 28 v. 3 



M. Luke 12 to v. 22 
E. Philippians I 

M. Luke 12 v. 22 to 

[41 
E. Philippians 2 
M. Luke 12 v. 41 
E. Philippians 3 

M. Luke 13 to v, 18 

E. Philippians 4 

M. Acts 3 

E. Colossi AN s i or 
[Luke 13 V. 18 

M. Luke 14 to v. 25 
E. Colossi ANS 2 

M. Luke 14 v. 25 & 
[15 to V. ic 

E. COLOSSIANS 3 

M. Luke 15 v. ii 
E. Colossi ANS 4 

M. Mark i to v. 21 
E. Acts 12 v. 24 & 
[13 to V. 14 
M. Luke 16 to v. 19 

E. I Thess. I 
M. Luke 16 v. 19 
E. I Thess. 2 
M. Acts 4 to v. 36 
E. Colossians 3 or 
[Luke 17 to V. 20 
M. Luke 17 v. 20 
E. I Thess. 4 

M. Luke 18 to v. 18 
E. I Thess. 5 



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2 THURSDAY (White) 

3 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

4 SATURDAY 

+ 5 SUNDAY. 4th AFTEK 
EASTEE (White) 

6 MONDAY 

7 TUESDAY 

8 WEDNESDAY 

9 THURSDAY 

10 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

11 SATURDAY 



+12 SUNDAY. 5th AFTEK 
EASTEE ....... (White) 

One of the Prayers ; for 
Fruitful Seasons to be used 
on this Sunday and on Ro- 
gation-days. 
♦Rogation Sunday. 

13 MONDAY (Violet) 

*Rogation-day. ( Abst. ) 

14 TUESDAY ........ (Violet) 

*Rogation-day. (Abst.) 



15 WEDNESDAY 
*Rogation-day. 



(Violet) 
(Abst.) 



1st LESSON. 



M. Isaiah 6i 

E. Zechariah 4 

M. I Sam. 30 to v. 26 
E. I Samuel 31 

M. 2 Samuel i 

E. 2 Sam. 2 to v. 18 

M. 2 Sam. 2 v. 18 
E. 2 Sam. 3 v. 17 

M. MiCAH 5 
E. Nahum I 



M. 2 Samuel 6 

E. 2 Sam. 7 to v. 18 

M. 2 Sam. 7 v. 18 
E. 2 Samuel 9 

M. 2 Samuel ii 
E. 2 Sam. 12 to v. 24 
M. 2 Samuel 13 v. 

[37 & 14 to V. 26 
E. 2 Sam. 15 to v. 16 
M. 2 Sam. 15 v. 16 
E. 2 Sam. 16 to v. 16 
M. 2 Samuel 16 v. 

[16 & 17 to V. 24 
E. 2 Samuel 17 v. 

[24 & 18 to V. 18 
M. Zechariah 8 
E. ZECHARiAfi 10 



]\I..2 Samu'l 19 v. 24 

E. 2 $AM. 22tO V. 31 

M. 2 Sam. 22 v. 31 
E. 2 Sam. 23 to v. 24 



9iid LESSON. 



2 Samuel 24 
I Ki. I to V. 



23 



M.John 6 v. 22 to 

[59 
E. Acts 15 to v. 32 

M. Luke 18 v. -18 
E. 2 Thess. I 

M. Luke 19 to v. 28 
E. 2 Thess. 2 

M. Luke 19 v. 28 
E. 2 Thess. 3 

M. Acts 5 
E. I Thess. 3 or 
[Luke 20 to V. 27 

M. Luke 20 v. 27 
E. I Timothy 2 

M. Luke 21 
E. I Timothy 3 

M. Luke 22 to v. 31 
E. I Timothy 4 
M. Luke 22 v. 31 to 

[54 

E. I Timothy 5 
M. Luke 22 v. 54. 
E. I Timothy 6 
M. Luke 23 to v. 26 

E. 2 Timothy i 

M. Acts 6 
E. I Thess. 4 or 
[Luke 23 V. 261050 



M. Luke 23 v. 50 & 
[24 to V. 13 

E. 2 Timothy 3 
M. Luke 24 v. 13 
E. 2 Timothy 4 

M. John i to v. 29 
E. Titus i 



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Proper Psalms, M. 8, 15, 
21 ; E. 24, 47, 108. Proper 
Preface in the Qnnmunion 
Service, and on seven days 
after. 

17 FRIDAY (Abst.) 



18 SATURDAY 



+19 SUNDAY AFTEK AS- 
CENSION-DAY. (White) 



20 MONDAY . 

21 TUESDAY 



Ist LESSON. 



M. 2 Kings 2 to v. i 

[23 
E. Daniel 7 v. 9 to 1 

[15 I 



2]Ld LfiSISON. 

M. Luke 24 v. 44 

E. Ephesians 4 to 
[v. 17 



M. I Chron. 28 v. 20 j M. JoJiN 2 

[& 29 to V. 10 1 
E. I Chron. 29 v. 10 
M. I Kings 3 
E. I Kings 4 v. 20 
M. Joel 2 v. 21 
E. Zephaniah 3 



22 WEDNESDAY 

23 THURSDAY 

24 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

25 SATURDAY 



+26 WHITSUNDAY • . (Red) 
Proper Psalms, M. 48, 68; 
E. 104, 145. Proper Preface 
in the Communion Service, 
and on six days after. One 
of the Prayers, "For those 
who are to be admitted into 
Holy Orders," is to be used 
in this week. 
27 MOND AY IN 

WHITSUN-WEEK 



28 TTTRSDAY IN 
WHITSUN-WEEK 

29 WEDNESDAY 

*Ember-day. 



30 THURSDAY 



31 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

♦Ember-day. 



M. I Ki. 7 to V. 27 
E. I Kings 7 v. 27 
M. I Ki. 8 to V. 22 
E. I Kings 8 v. 22 
[to 54 
M. I Kings 8 v. 54 
E. I Kings 9 to v. 10 
M. I Ki. 10 to v. 14 
E. I Kings 10 v. 14 
M. I Ki. II to v. 26 
E. I Kings ii v. 26 
M. I Ki. 12 to V. 25 
E. I Kings 12 v. 25 
[& 13 to V. II 
M. Deuteronomy 5 
E. Isaiah *io v. 33 & 
[II 



M. Gen. ii to v. 10 
E. Numbers ii v. 16 
[to 31 

M. EZEKIEL 36 V. 25 

E. I Samuel 19 v. 18 
M. 2 Chron. 16 & 17 
[to V. 14 
E. I Kings 15 v. 25 
[& 16 to V. 8 
M. I Kings 16 v. 8 
E. I Kings 17 
M. I Kl 18 to V. 21 
E. I Kings i« v. 21 



j E. Titus 3 

I M. John 3 to v. 22 

i E. Philemon 

M. John 17 
! E. Hebrews 4 v. 14 
[& 5 to V. II or 
[John 3 V. 22 

M. John 4 to v. 31 

E. Hebrews 2 

M. John 4 v. 31 

E. Hebrews 3 

M. John 5 to v. 24 
E. Hebrews 4 
M. John 5 v. 24 
E. Hebrews 5 
M. John 6 to v. 22 
E. Hebrews 6 
M. John 6 v. 22 to 41 
E. Hebrews 7 

M. Hebrews 12 v. 14 

E. Acts 19 to v. 11 

[or John 6 y. 41 



M. I Cor. 14 v. 20 
E. I CoR. 12 

M. Acts 2 v. 12 to 22 
E. Galatians 5 
M.John 8 to v. 21 

E. Hebrews ii 

M. John 8 v. 21 
E. Hebrews 12 
M. John 9 
E. Hebrews 13 



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Proper Psalms, M. 29, 33; 
E. 93i 97, 150. Proper Pre- 
face in the Communion Ser- 
vice. (White) 
3 MONDAY 



4 TUESDAY 



5 WEDNESDAY 



6 THURSDAY 

7 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

8 SATURDAY 



+ 9 SUNDAY. Ist AFTER 
TBIHITY ...... (Green) 



10 MONDAY 



11 TUESDAY. 

ST. BAENABAS . (Red) 



12 WEDNESDAY 

13 THURSDAY 

14 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

15 SATURDAY 



1st LESSOH. 



M. I Kings 19 

E. I Ki. 20 to V. 22 

M. Genesis i & 2 to 
[v. 4 
E. Genesis 2 v. 4 



M. I Ki. 22 to V. 41 
E. 2 Chronicles 19 

M. 2 Chronicles 20 

[to V. 20 

E. 2 Chron. 20 v. 20 

M. I Kings 22 v. 51 
r& 2 Kings i 
E. 2 Kings 2 

M. 2 Kings 3 
E. 2 Kings 4 

M. 2 Kings 5 

E. 2 Ki. 6 to V. 24 

M. 2 Kings 6 v. 24 
E. 2 Kings 7 

M. Genesis 3 
E. Genesis 6 



M. 2 Chronicles 22 
E. 2 Kings 9 

M. Mal. 2 to V. II 
E. Isaiah 40 to v. 12 



M. 2 Kl 10 to V. 18 
E. 2 Kings 10 v. 18 

M. 2 Chronicles 23 
E. 2 Chronicles 24 

M. 2 Kings 13 
E. 2 Chronicles 25 
[to V. 17 
M. 2 Kings 14 v. 8 
E. 2 Chronicles 26 



2nd LESSON. 



M.John 10 to v. 22 
E. James i 

M. MATTHEvy 3 

E. I John 5 or John 
[10 V. 22 

M. John ii to v. 21 
E. James 3 

M.John ii v. 21 to 
[47 
E. James 4 

M.John ii v. 47 & 
[12 to V. 20 
E. James 5 

M. John 12 v. 20 
E. I Peter i 

M.John 13 to v. 21 
E. I Peter 2 

M.John 13 v. 21 
E. I Peter 3 

M. Acts 8 v. 2 
E. I Timothy 6 or 
[John 14 

M.John 15 
E. I Peter 5 

M. Acts 4 v. 23 
E. Acts 13 v. 43 & 
[14 to V. 19 

M.John 16 to v. 16 
E. 2 Peter i 

M. John 16 v. 16 
E. 2 Peter 2 

M.John 17 
E. 2 Peter 3 

M. John 18 to v. 28 
E. I John i 



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17 MONDAY 



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18 TUESDAY : . . j M. 

• E. 



19 WEDNESDAY 



20 THURSDAY 

21 FRIDAY (Al>st.) 

22 SATURDAY 



+23 SXTNDAT. drd AFTER 
TRIHITT (Green) 



24 MONDAY. NATIVITY 
OF ST. JOHN BAPTIST. 



25 TUESDAY 

26 WEDNESDAY 

27 THURSDAY 

28 FRIDAY (Abst) 



SATURDAY. ST. PETER 

(Red) 



+30 SUNDAY. 4th AFTER 
TRINITY (Green) 



Genesis o v. 20 

[& 9 to V. 20 

Gen. 15 to V. 19 

2 Kings 16 v. 5 
2 Ki. 17 to V. 24 

2 Kings 17 v. 24 
2 Ki. 18 to V. 13 

2 Chronicles 29 

[to V. 21 

2 Chronicles 30 

[& 31 to V, 2 

2 Chronicles 32 

[to V. 20 

2 Kings 19 

Isaiah 38 

2 Kings 20 v. 12 

2 Chronicles 33 
2 Kings 22 

Genesis 2t7 
Genesis 42 



Mal. .^ to V. T3 I 
Mal. 3 v. 13 & 4 1 

2 Kings 24 v. 8 1 
[& 25 to V. 8' 
2 Kings 25 v. 8 
Ezra i 
Ezra 2 v. 68 & 3 

Ezra 4 
Ezra 5 

Ezra 6 
Ezra 7 



2iLd LESSON. 



M. EZEKIEL 34 

E. Zechariah 3 



M. Genesis 43 
E. Genesis 45 



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M. Acts 9 to v. 32 
E. 2 Timothy 2 or 
[John 18 V. 28 

M. John 19 to v. 25 
E. I John 3 

M.John 19 v. 25 
E. I John 4 

M. John 20 to v. 19 

E. I John 5 

AI. John 20 v.' 19 

E. 2 John 

M. John 21 to v. 15 

E. 3 John 

M.John 21 v. 15 

E. JUDE 

t. Acts 10 
E. 2 Timothy 3 & 4 
[to V. 9 or Matt, i 

M. Matthew 3 
E. Matthew 14 to 
[v. 13 

M. Acts 2 to v.. 22 

E. Matthew 2 
M. Acts 2 v. 22 
E. Matthew^ 3 

M. Acts 3 

E. Matthew 4 

M. Acts 4 to v. 32 
E. Matt. 5 to v. 27 



M. John 21 

E. Acts 4 v. 8 to 23 



M. Acts ii 

E. Titus 2 & 3 to 

[v. 10 or Matt. 

[5 V. 27 



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6 SATURDAY 



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TKINITT (Green) 



1st LESSOH. 



8 MONDAY 



9 TUESDAY 

10 WEDNESDAY 

11 THURSDAY 

12 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

13 SATURDAY 



+14 SUNDAY. 6tli AFTEK 
TRINITY (Green) 



15 MONDAY . 
i6 TUESDAY 



M. Ezra io to v. 20 
E. Nehemiah I 

M. Nehemiah 2 
E. Nehemiah 4 

M. Nehemiah 5 
E. Neh. 6 & 7 to v. 5 

M. Nehemiah 7 v. 

[73 & 8 

E. Nehemiah 12 v. 

[43 & 13 to V. is 

M. Neh. 13 v. 15 

E. Esther i & 2 to 

[v. 8 

M. Esther 2 v. 15 

[&3 
E. Esther 4 

M. Genesis 49 
E. Genesis 50 



M. Esther 7 & 8 to 
[v. 3 
E. Job i 

M. Job 2 
E. Job 3 

M. Job 4 
E. Job 5 

M. Job 6 
E. Job 7 

M.Job 8 
E. Job 9 

M. Job 10 
E. Job ii 

M. Exodus 3 
E. Exodus 5 v. 5 & 
[6 to V. 9 

M. Job 14 

E. Job 15 to v. 17 

M. Job 16 
E. Job 17 

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M. Acts 5 v. 17 
E. Matt. 6 to v. 19 

M. Acts 6 
E. Matthew 6 v. 19 
[& 7 to V. r 
M. Acts 7 to v. 30 
E. Matthew 7 v. 7 

M. Acts 7 v. 30 

E. Matthew 8 to v. 
[18 
M. Acts 8 to v. 26 
E. Matthew 8 v. 18I 

M. Acts 8 v. 26 

E. Mai:t. 9 to v. 

M. Acts 14 
R Hebrews 10 or 
[Matt. 9 V. 18 

M. Acts 9 v. 23 

E. Matt. 10 to v. 24 

M. Acts 10 to v. 24 
E. Matt, id v. 24 

M. Acts 10 v. 24 
E. Matthew ii 

M. Acts ii 

E. Matt. 12 to y.22 

M. Acts 12 

E. Matt. 12 v. 22 

M. Acts 13 to v. 26 
E. Matt. 13 to v. 24 

M. Acts 15 to y. 31 
E. Hebrews ii or 
[Matt. 13 V. 24 

[to 44 
M. Acts 14 
E. Matt. 13 v. 44 

M. Acts 15 to v. 30 
E. Matthew 14 



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17 WEDNESDAY i M. Job 19 

E. Job 21 

18 THURSDAY ,; M. Job 22 

' E. Job 23 



19 FRIDAY ( Abst.) 



20 SATURDAY 



•1-21 SUNDAY. 7th AFTER 
TBIHITY (Green) 

22 MONDAY 



23 TUESDAY . . . . 

24 WEDNESDAY 



THVBSDAY. ST. JAMES 

(Red) 



26 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

(Green) 



27 SATURDAY 



4-28S1THBAY. 8th AFTER 
TRINITY (Green) 



29 MONDAY 



30 TUESDAY . . . . 

31 WEDNESDAY 



M. Job 24 

E. Job 25 & 26 



M. Job 27 
£. Job 26 



M. Exodus 9 v. 13 
E. Exodus 10 v. 21 
• [& II 

M. Job 31 

E. Job 32 

M. Job 33 
E. Job 34 

M.JoB 35 
E. Job 36 

M. 2 Kings i to v. 

[17 
E. Jeremiah 26 to 
[v. 16 
M.Job 37 
E. Job 38 

M.Job 39 
E. Job 40 



M. Exodus 14 
E. Exodus 17 



M. Proverbs i to v. 

[20 

E. Proverbs i v. 20 

M. Proverbs 4 
E. Proverbs 10 

M. Proverbs 12 
E. Proverbs 13 
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M. Acts 15 v. 30 & 

[16 to v. 16 

E. Matt. 15 to v. 21 

M. Acts 16 v. 16 
E. Matt. 15 v. 21 

M. Acts 17 to v. 16 
E. Matthew 16 



M. Acts 17 v. 16 
E. Matthew 17 



M. Acts 17 
E. Hebrews 12 or 
[or Matt. 18 to v. 21 

M. Acts 18 v. 24 & ; 
[19 to v. 21 
E. Matt. 18 v. 21 

M. Acts 19 v. 21 
E. Matt. 19 to v. 27 

M. Acts 20 to v. 17 
E. Matthew 19 v. 
[27 & 20 to V. 17 
M. Luke 9 v. 46 

E. Mark i v. 14 to 
[40 
M. Acts 20 v. 17 
E. Matt. 20 v. 17 

M. Acts 21 to v. 27 
E. Matt. 21 to v. 23 



! M. Acts 20 v. 7 
E. Hebrews 13 or 
[Matt. 21 v. 23 

M. Acts 22 v. 22 & 

[23 to V. 12 

E. Matt. 22 to v. 15 

M. Acts 23 v. 12 
E. Matt. 22 v. 15 

M. Acts 24 



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1 THURSDAY 

2 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

3 SATURDAY 

*t4 8XrNDAT. 9tli AFTEB 
TEINITT (Green) 

5 MONDAY 

6 TTTESDAT. TBANSFIOU- 

SATION OF CHEIST. 

Proper Psalms, M. 27, 61, 
\ 93; E. 84.99, 133. (White) 

5r WEDNESDAY ... (Green) 

8 THURSDAY 

9 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

10 SATURDAY ., 

»M1 SUNSAT. lOth AFTEB 
TKINITT (Green) 

12 MONDAY 

13 TUESDAY 

14 WEDNESDAY 

15 THURSDAY 

16 FRIDAY (Abst) 



1st LESSOH. 



M. Proverbs 14 
E. Proverbs 15 

M. Proverbs 16 
E. Proverbs 20 

M. Proverbs 23 v. 10 
E, Proverbs 24 

M. Num. 16 to v. 41 
E. Numbers 22 



M. Proverbs 27 
E. Proverbs 28 

M. Exodus 34 y. 29 
E. Malachi 4 v. 2 



M. PROV. 30 to v. 18 
E. Proverbs 31 v. 10 

M. Ecclesiastes i 
E. Ecclesiastes 2 

M. Ecclesiastes 3 
E. Ecclesiastes 4 

M. Ecclesiastes 5 
E. Ecclesiastes 6 

M» Numbers 23 &24 

[to V. 2 

E. Numbers 24 * 

M. Ecclesiastes 9 
E. Ecclesiastes 10 
M. Ecclesiastes ii 
E. Ecclesiastes 12, 
M.Jeremiah i 
E. Jer. 2 to v. 20 
M. Jeremiah 2 v. 20 
E. Jeremiah 3 v. 12 

M. Jer. 4 to v. 19 
E. Jeremiah 5 



2iid LESSOV. 



M. Acts 25 

E. Matt. 24 to v. 29 

M. Acts 26 

E. Matt. 24 v. 29 

M. Acts 27 to v. i8 
E. Matt. 25 to v, 31 

M. Acts 24 
£. James i or 

[Matt. 25 v. 31 

M. Acts 28 

E. Matt 26 to v. 3.0 

M. 2 Corinthians 3 

E. Matthew 17 to 

[v. 14 



M. Romans i 

E. Matt. 26 v. 30 to 

[57 

M. Romans 2 

E. Matt. 26 v. 57 

M.Romans 3 

E. Matt. 27 to v. 27 

M. Romans 4 

E. Matt. 27 v. 27 

M. Acts 26 

E. James 2 or Matt. 
[28 
M.Romans 6 
E. Mark i to v. 21 
M. Romans 7 
E. Mark i v. 21 
M. Romans 8 
E. Mark 2 to v. 23 
M.Romans 9 
E. Mark 2 v. 23 & 
[3 to V. 13 
M. Romans 10 
E. Mark 3 v. 13 



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TMNITY (Green) 



19 MONDAY 

20 TUESDAY . . . . 

21 WEDNESDAY 

22 THURSDAY . . 



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and LESSOV. 



M. Jer. 6 to v. 22 
E. Jer. 7 to v. 21 

M. Deut. 4 to V. 25 

E. Deuteronomy 4 

[v. 25 to 41 

i 

I M. Jeremiah 9 
I £. Jeremiah 10 

I M. Jeremiah ii 
E. Jer. 13 to v. 24 

M.Jeremiah 14 j 
E. Jeremiah 16 

M.Jeremiah 17 

E. Jer. 18 to v. 18 I 



23 FRIDAY (Abst.) 



24 SATUEDAY. 

ST. BABTHOLOMEW . . 

(Red) 



+25 SUNDAY. 12th APTEE 
TBINITY (Green) 



26 MONDAY 



27 TUESDAY 



28 WEDNESDAY 



M.Jeremiah 19 
£. Jeremiah 21 

M. Genesis 28 v. 10 

E. DEtJTERONOMY 1 8 

[v. 15 



M. Deuteronomy 6 

E. Deuteronomy 7 

M. Jer. 25 to v. 17 
E. Jeremiah 26 

M. Jeremiah 28 
E. Jer. 29 to v, 20 



M.Romans ii 
E. Mark 4 to v. 35 

M. Matthew 18 
E. James 3 or Mark 
[4 V. 35 & 5 to 

I [v. 21 

' M. Romans 13 
: E. Mark 5 v. 21 

'. M. Romans 14 
E. Mark 6 to v. 14 

j M. Romans 15 
: E. Mark 6 v. 14 to 
[30 
' M. Romans 16 
E. Mark 6 v. 30 

M. I Corinthians i 
E. Mark 7 to v. 24 

M. John i v. 43 
E. I Peter i v, 22 
[& 2 to V. 13 



M. Matthew 19 v. 
; [27 & 20 to V. 17 
^ E. James 4 or Mark 
I [7 V. 24 

M. I Corinthians 3 

E. Mark « 

I M. I Corinthians 4 
I E. Mark 9 to v. 30 



29 THURSDAY 

30 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

31 SATURDAY 



M. Jeremiah 30 1 M. i Corinthians 5 
E. Jeremiah 31 v. : E. Mark 9 v. 30 
[15 to 38; 



M. Jeremiah 33 
E. Jeremiah 34 



M. Jeremiah 35 
E. Jeremiah 36 



M.Jeremiah 37 
j E. Jeremiah 38 

37 



M. i Corinthians 6 
E. Mark 10 to v. 32 



I 

I M. I Corinthians 7 

I E. Mark 10 v. 32 

I M. I Corinthians 8 
I E. Mark ii to v. 27 

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3 TUESDAY 

4 WEDNESDAY 

5 THURSDAY 

6 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

7 SATURDAY 



4« 8 SUNDAY. Uth AFTER 
TRINITY (Green) 



9 MONDAY 

10 TUESDAY 

11 WEDNESDAY 

12 THURSDAY 

13 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

14 SATURDAY 



4*15 SUNDAY. 15th AFTER 

TRINITY (Green) 

♦Ember Week. — One of the 
Prayers, "For those who are 
to be admitted into Holy 
Orders," are to be used in 
this week. 



l8t LESSON. 



M. Deut. 9 v. 9 
E. Deuteronomy 32 
[to V. 44 

M.Jeremiah 41 
£. Jeremiah 42 

M. Jeremiah 43 
E. Jer. 44 to V. 15 

M. Jer. 44 v. 15 
£. Jeremiah 45 

M.Jeremiah 46 
E. Jer. 50 to v. 21 

M. Jer. 50 v. 21 
E. Jer. 51 v. 54 

M. Jer. 52 to v. 15 
E. Jer. 52 v. 15 

M. Deuteronomy 33 
E. Deuteronomy 34 



M. Lam. 3 to v. 37 
E. Lam. 3 v. 37 

M. Ezekiel I 
E. Ezekiel 2 

M: Ezekiel 3 
E. Ezekiel 7 

M. Ezekiel 8 
E. Ezekiel 9 

M. Ezekiel i i v. 14 
E. Ezekiel 12 v. 17 

M. Ezek. 13 to V. 17 
E. Ezekiel 14 



M.Joshua 23 
E. Joshua 24 



Snd LESSON. 



M. Matthew 23 
E. James 5 qr Mark 

[11 V. 27 & 12 

[to V. 13 
M. I CoR. 10 
E. Mark 12 v. 13 to 
[28 
M. I CoR. II 
E. Mark 12 v. 28 

M. I (3oR. 12 
E. Mark 13 

M. I Cor. 13 

E. Mark 14 to v. 26 

M. I Cor, 14 

K Mark 14 v. 26 to 

w ^ f53 

M. I CoR. 15 to V. 35 
E. Mark 14 v. 53 

M. Matthew 25 
E. I Peter i or 
[Mark 15 to v. 42 

M. I CoR. 16 
E. Mark' 15 v. 42 & 
[16 
M. 2 Corinthians i 
E. Luke i to v. 26 

M. 2 Corinthians 2 
E. Luke i v. 26 to 

E. Luke i v. 57 

M.2 Corinthians 4 
E. Luke 2 to v. 21 

M.2 Corinthians 5 
E. Luke 2 v. 21 



M. Mark 4 

E. I Peter 2 or 

[Luke 3 



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20 FRIDAY .... 

*Ember-day. 



21 SATUEDAY. 
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♦Ember-day. 



(Abst.) 



M. EzEK. 20 to V. 27 

E. EZEKIEL 20 V. 27 
M. EZEKIEL 24 V. 15 

E. EzEK. 33 to V. 21 

M. EZEKIEL 33 V. 21 
E. EZEKIEL 34 



M. EZEKIEL 36 V. 21 

E. EzEK. 37 to V. 15 

M. Daniel i 

E. Daniel 2 to v. 24 



ST. MAT- 1 M. I Kings 19 

. (Red) I E. I Chronicles 29 

I [to V. 20 



4^2 SUNDAY. 16th AFTER M. Judges 4 
TKINITY '. (Green) E. Judges 5 



23 MONDAY I M. Daniel 4 to v. 19 

E. Daniel 4 v. 19 

24 TUESDAY •. j M. Daniel 5 

! E. Daniel 6 

25 WEDNESDAY M. Daniel 7 

E. Daniel 8 



2iid LESSOH. 



M. 2 Corinthians 7 
E. Luke 4 to v. 16 • 

M. 2 Corinthians 8 
E. Luke 4 v. 16 

M. 2 Corinthians 9 
E. Luke 5 to v. 17 



M. 2 Cor. 10 
E. Luke 5 v. 



17 



M. 2 Cor. ii 
E. Luke 6 to v. 



20 



M. Luke 5 v. 27 
E. Mark 2 v. 13 



26 THURSDAY 

27 FRIDAY (Abst.) 



M. Daniel 9 
E. Daniel 10 

M. Dan. ii to v. 30 
E. Daniel ii v. 30 



28 SATURDAY ; M. Daniel 12 

! E. HOSEA 2 V. 14 



4-29 SUNDAY. ST. MICHAEL 
AND ALL ANGELS 

Proper Psalms, M. 91, 103; 

E. 34, 148. (Abst.) (White) 

17th Sunday after Trinity.* 

30 MONDAY 



M. Genesis 32 
E. Daniel 10 v. 4 



M. Mark 13 
E. I Peter 3 or 

[Luke 6 V. 20 

M. 2 Cor. 13 

E. Luke 7 to v. 19 

I M. Gal ATI AN s i 
1 E. Luke 7 v. 19 to 
j [36 

; M. Galatians 2 
I E. Luke 7 v. 36 

I M. Galatians 3 
I E. Luke 8 to v. 22 

M. Galatians 4 
E. Luke 8 v. 22 to 

[4Q 
[ M. Galatians 5 
E. Luke 8 v. 40 

M. Acts 12 to v. 24 
E. Revelation 14 v. 
[6&15 



M. Hosea 4 to V. 13 

E. Hosea 5 v. 8 & 6 

[to V. 7 



M. Galatians 6 
E. Luke 9 to v. 18 

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• The Proper Lessons tor the 17th Sunday after Trinity are: isl Lessons, M. i Samuel 



E. I Samuel 17. 2d Lessons, M. Luke 13; E. i Peter 4. 

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1 TUESDAY 

2 WEDNESDAY 

3 THURSDAY 

4 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

5 SATURDAY 

* 6 SUNDAY. 18th AFTER 
TEHSriTY (Green) 

7 MONDAY 

8 TUESDAY ...., 

9 WEDNESDAY 

10 THURSDAY . .* 

11 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

I 

12 SATURDAY 

*M3 SUNDAY. 19th AFTER 
TRINITY (Green) 

14 MONDAY 

15 TUESDAY 

i6 WEDNESDAY 



lit LESSON. 



M. Hose A 8 

E. HOSEA 10 

M. HoSEA II & 12 

[to V. 7 
E. HosEA 13 to V. 15 
M. HosEA 14 
E. Joel i 

M. Joel 2 to v. 15 
E. Joel 2 v. 15 to 28 

M. Joel 2 v. 28 & 3 
[to V. 9 
E. Joel 3 v. 9 

M. I Chronicles 17 

E. 2 Samuel 12 .to 

[v. 24 

M. Amos 4 
E. Amos 5 

M. Amos 7 
E. Amos 8 

M. Amos 9 
E. Obadiah 

M. Jonah i 
E. Jonah 2 

M.Jonah 3 
E. Jonah 4 

M. MiCAH I to V. 10 

E. MiCAH 2 



M. I Kings 3 to v. 16 
E. 2 Chronicles 6 



M. MicAH 5 
E. MiCAH 6 

M. MicAH 7 
E. Nahum I 



M. Nahum 2 
E. Nahum 3 

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2xLd LESSOV. 



M. Ephesians I 
E. Luke 9 v. 18 to 
[43 
M. Ephesians 2 

E. Luke 9 v. 43 
M. Ephesians 3 
E. Luke 10 to v. 25 

M. Ej»HESIANS 4 

E. Luke 10 v. 25 

M. Ephesians 5 

E. Luke ii to v. 29 

M. Luke 15 
E. I Peter 5 or 

[Luke II V. 29 

M. Philippians I 
E. Luke 12 to v. 22 

M. Philippians 2 
E. Luke 12 v. 22 to 
[41 
M. Philippians 3 
E. Luke 12 v. 41 

M. Philippians 4 
E. Luke 13 to v. 18 

M. COLOSSIANS I 

E. Luke 13 v. 18 

M. Colossi AN s 2 
E. Luke 14 to v. 25 



M. Luke 19 to v. 28 
E. 2 Peter i or 

[Luke 14 V. 25 
[& 15 to V. II 
M. Colossi AN s 4 
E. Luke 15 v. ii 

M. I Thess. I 

E. Luke 16 to v. 19 



M. I Thess. 2 
E. Luke 16 v. 19 



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19 SATURDAY 

4^20 SITNDAT. 20th AFTER 
TBHriTY (Green) 

21 MONDAY 

22 TUESDAY 

23 WEDNESDAY 

24 THURSDAY 

25 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

26 SATURDAY 

4^7 SUNDAY. 2l8t AFTEB 
TBINITY (Grf-een) 

28 MONDAY. ST. SIMON 
ANDST.JITDE ... (Red) 

29 TUESDAY 

30 WEDNESDAY 

31 THURSDAY 



l8t LESSON. 



M. Habakkuk I 
E. Habakkuk 2 

M. EccLus. 38 to V. 
E. Isaiah 38 [i5 



M. Habakkuk 3 
E. Zefhaniah I 



M. I Kings 17 
E. I Kings 18 



M. Haggai I 
E. Haggai 2 

M. Zechabiah i 
E. Zechariah 2 

M. Zechariah 3 
E. Zechariah 4 

M. Zechariah 5 
E. Zechariah 6^ 

M. Zechariah 7 
E. Zechariah 8 

M. Zechariah 9 
E. Zechariah 10 



M. I Kings 19 
E. 2 Kings 5 



M. IsAi. 28 v.9to 19 
E. Jeremiah 3 v. 12 



M. Zechariah 13 
E. Zechariah 14 

M. Malachi I 
E. Malachi 2 



2nd LESSON. 



M. I Thess. 3 

E. Luke 17 to ▼. ao 

M. Luke i to ▼. 14 
E. Acts i to v. 15 



M. I Thess. 4 
E. Luke 17 v. 20 



M. John 3 to v. 33 
E. 2 Peter 2 or 
[Lttke 18 to ▼. 18 

M. 2 Thess. i 
E. Luke 18 v. 18 

M. 2 Thess. 2 

E. Luke 19 to ▼. 28 

M. 2 Thess. 3 
E. Luke 19 v. 28 

M. I Timothy i 
E. Luke 20 to v. 27 

M. I Timothy 2 
E. Luke 20 v. 27 

M. I Timothy 3 
E. Luke 21 



M. John 7 
E. 2 Peter 3 or 
[Luke 22 to V. 31 



M. John 14 v. 15 

E. JUDE 



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^ I 



M. I Timothy 5 
E. Luke 22 v. 31 to 

[54 
M. I Timothy 6 
E. Luke 2i v. 54 



M. Mal. 3 to V. 13 M. 2 Timothy i 
E. Mal. 3 v. 13 & 4 E. Luke 23 to ▼. 26 



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Proper Psahns, M. i, I5» 
146; E. 112, 121, 149- 

(Abst.) (White) 

2 SATURDAY 

4« 3 SUNDAY. 22iid AFTER 
TWNITT (Green) 

4 MONDAY ;.... 

5 TUESDAY 

6 WEDNESDAY 

7 THURSDAY* 

8 FRIDAY '. (Abst.) 

9 SATURDAY 

+10 SUNDAY. 23rd AFTER 
TRINITY (Green) 

11 MONDAY 

12 TUESDAY 

13 WEDNESDAY 

14 THURSDAY 

15 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

16 Saturday 



Ist LESSON. 



M. Wisdom 3 to v. 10 

E. Wisdom 5 to v. 17 

M. ToBiT 13 . 
E. Wisdom i 

M. 2 Kings 19 

E. 2 Chronicles 36 



M. Wisdom 7 v. 15 
E. Wisdom 8 to y. 19 
M. Wisdom 9 
E. Wisdom 13 
M. Wis. 16 to v. 14 
E. Wisdom 19 
M. EccLUS. I 
E. EccLus. 2 
M. EccLus. 3 to V. 24 
E. EccLus 4 
M. EccLUS. 5 
E. EccLUS. 6 V. 18 
[& 7 to V. II 
M. Proverbs i 
E. Proverbs 2 



M. EccLus. 15 

E. EccLus. 16 

[& 17 to 

M. EccLUs. 18 

E. Eccxus. 18 
M. EccLUS. 21 

E. EccLus. 22 

[& 23 to 

M. EccLUS. 24 

E. Ecx:lus. 24 
M. EccLUS. 30 . 

[& 31 to 
E. EccLus. 34 
M. EccLus. 35 
E. EccLus. 38 

[& 39 to 



V. 26 

V. 20 

to V. 

[15 

V. 15 
to V. 

[14 

V. 23 

V. 10 
to V. 

[19 

V. 19 

V. 21 
V. 12 

V. 13 
V. 24 

V. 12 



2xLd LESSON. 



M. Hebrews i i v. 
[32 & 12 to V. 7 

E. Revelation 19 to 
[v. 17 

M. 2 Timothy 2 

E. Luke 23 v. 26 to 
[50 

M. John 8 to v. 48 

E. I John i or 

[Luke 23 V. 50 
[& 24 to V. 13 

M. 2 Timothy 4 

E. Luke 24 v. 13 

M. Titus i 

E. John i to v. 29 

M. Titus 2 

E. John i v. 29 

M. Titus 3 

E. John 2 

M. Philemon 

E. John 3 to v. 22 

M. Hebrews i 

E. John 3 v. 22 

M. John 9 

E. I John 2 or 

[John 4 to V. 31 
M. Hebrews 3 
K John 4 v. 31 

M. Hebrews 4 

E. John 5 to v. 24 
M. Hebrews 5 

E. John S v. 24 

M. Hebrews 6 

E. John 6 to v. 22 
M. Hebrews 7 

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E. John 6 v. 22 to 
M. Hebrews 8 
E. John 6 v. 41 



* Thanksgiving Day. — ("The first Thursday in November, or on such other day as 
shall be appointed by the Civil Authority'^ — the Civil Authority customarily appoints 
the last Thursday.) Special Sentences: Proper Anthem instead of "0 Come Let 
us Sing," etc.; rsalter at discretion of the Minister [the 4th selection is appropri- 
ate]. ,ist Lesson, Deut. 8. 2d Lesson, i Thess. 5 v. 12 to v. 24. Special Thanks- 
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i8 MONDAY 



19 TUESDAY 



20 WEDNESDAY 



21 THURSDAY 



22 FRIDAY (Abst.) 



23 SATURDAY 



+24 SUNDAY. NEXT BE- 
FORE ADVENT (Green) 



25 MONDAY 

26 TUESDAY 

27 WEDNESDAY 

28 THURSDAY* 

29 FRIDAY (Abst) 



30 SATTIRDAY. 

ST. ANDREW.... (Red) 



l8t LESSON. 



M. Proverbs 3 
E. Proverbs 8 



M. EccLus. 42 V. 17 
[& 43 to V. II 
E. EccLus. 44 

M. Eccxus. 47 to V. 

[12 

E. Eccxus. 50 to V. 

[25 

M. EccLus. 51 
E. Baruch 4 V. 19 
[&5 

M. Isaiah i 
E. Isaiah 2 



M. Isaiah 3 to v. 16 
£. Isaiah 4 

M. Isaiah 5 to v. i8 
E. Isaiah 5 v. 18 

M. Malachi 3 & 4 
E. Ecclesiastes ii 
[& 12 

M. Isaiah 8 to v. 18 
E. Isaiah 8 v. 18 & 
[9 to V. 8 
M. Isaiah 9 v. 8 
E. Is A. 10 to V. 20 

M. Isaiah 10 v. 20 
E. Isaiah h 

M. Isaiah 12 
E. Isaiah 13 

M. IsAi. 14 to V. 24 
E. Isaiah 17 

M. Numbers id v. 29 
E. Isaiah 55 



2iid LESSON. 



M. John 10 to y. 31 
E. I John 3 or 
[John 7 to V. 25 



M. Hebrews 10 

E. John 7 v. 35 

M. Hebrews ii 

E. John 8 to v. 21 

M. Hebrews 12 
E. John 8 v. 21 



M. Hebrews 13 
E. John 9 



M.James i 

E. John id to v. 



M. James 2 

E. John 10 v. 22 



M. John 16 
E. Jude or John 11 
[to V. 21 

M. James 4 
E. John ii v. 21 to 
[47 
M. James 5 
E. John ii v. 47 & 
[12 to V. 20 
M. I Peter i 
E. John 12 v. 20 

M. I Peter 2 

E. John 13 to v. 21 

M. I Peter 3 
E. John 13 v. 21 

M.J0HN IV. 291043 

E. John 12 v. 20 to 

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^ E. 96, 97. 

2 MONDAY :. 

3 TUESDAY 

I. 4 WEDNESDAY .., 

5 THURSDAY 

6 FRIDAY (Ab&t.) 

7 SATURDAY 

4- 8 SUNDAY. 2nd IN AD- 
VENT (Violet) 

• 9 MONDAY 

. K) TUESDAY ...,....-. 

11 WEDNESDAY 

12 THURSDAY 

^ 13'EI^IDAY (Abst.) 

I'- 

14 SATURDAY 

*15 SUNDAY. 3rd IN AD^ 

VENT (Violet) 

i.. *Em'bef Week. — One of the 

two Prayers, "For those 

r , ^ >yl>o are to be admitted into. 

^ {,.- vi^ply Qrderg," is to be used 

in this week. 

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lit LESSON. 



M. Isaiah i to v. 28 
E. Isaiah 2 



M. Isaiah 19 v. 18 
[& 20 

E. ISAI. 21 to V. 13 
M. ISAI. 22 to V. 15 

E. Isaiah 22 v. 15 

M. Isaiah 23 
E. Isaiah 24 

M. Isaiah 25 
E. Isaiah 26 

M. Isaiah 27 

E. Isaiah 28 to v. 14 



M. Isaiah 28 v. 
E. Isaiah 29 



14 



M. Isaiah 5 to v. 26 

E. Isaiah 24 

M. Isaiah 31 
E. Isaiah 32 

M. Isaiah 33 
E. Isaiah 34 

M. Isaiah 35 
E. Isaiah 40 

M. IsAi 41 to V. 17 
E. Isaiah 41 v. 17 

M, I SAL 42 to V. 17 
E. Isaiah 42 v. 17 
[& 43 to V. 8 
M. Isaiah 43 v. 8 
E. IsAi 44 to V. 21 
M. Isaiah 25 
E. Isaiah 26 to v. 23 



2nd LESSON. 



M. Luke i to v. 26 

E. Revelation i 01 

[John i^ 

M. I Peter 5 

E. John 15 

M. 2 Peter i 

E. John 16 to v. 16 

M. 2 Peter 2 

E. John 16 v. 16 

M.2 Peter 3 
E. John 17 

M. I John i 

E. John 18 to v. ^ 

M. I John 2 

E. John 18 v. 28 

M. Luke i v. 26 to 
[57 
E. Revelatiok 2 or 
[John 19 to V. 25 
M. I John 4 
E. John 19 v. 25 

M. I John 5 

E. John 20 to v. 19 

M. 2 John 

E. John 20 v. 19 

M. 3 John 

E. John 21 to v. 15 

M. JUDE 

E. John 21 v. 15 

M. Revelation i 
E. Rev. 2 to v. 18 
M. Luke i v. 57 
E. Revelation 3 



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18 WEDNESDAY ... (Abst.) 
♦Ember-day. 



19 THURSDAY 



20 FRIDAY (Abst.) 

♦Ember-day. 

21 SATUaDAY. 

ST. THOMAS ... (Red) 
♦Ember-day. 
!<22 SXTNBAY. 4th in AD- 
VENT (Violet) 



23 MONDAY . 

24 TUESDAY 



lit LESSOH. 



_ 

M. Isaiah 46 
E Isaiah 47 
M. Isaiah 48 
E. IsAi. 49 to V. 13 
M. Isaiah 49 v. 13 
E. Isaiah 50 



25 WEDNESDAY. 
CHBISTMAS-DAY. 

Proper Psalms, M. 19, 45, 
85; E. 89, no, 132. Proper 
Preface in the Communion 
Service and on seven days 
after. The Collect of the 
Nativity shall be said con- 
tinually unto New-Year's 
Eve. 

26 THiniSDAY. 

ST. STEPHEN ... (Red) 



Isaiah 51 
IsAi. 52 to V. 13 
Isaiah 52 v. 13 
[& 53 



2nd LESSON. 



M. Revelation 4 
E. Revelation 5 
M. Revelation 6 
E. Revelation 7 
M. Revelation 8 
E. Revelation 9 



M. 
E. 
M. 

E. 



Isaiah 54 ; r^- 

2 Kings 6 v. 8 to | M. 
[241 



2 Kings 7 
Isaiah 30 to v. 22 
Isaiah 32 

Isaiah 57 
Isaiah 58 
Isaiah 59 
Isaiah 60 
Isaiah 9 to v. 8 
Isaiah 7 v. 10 to 
[17 



E. 
M. 
E. 

M. 
E. 
M. 
E. 
M. 
E. 



Revelation io 
Revelation ii 
Revelation 12 

Revelation 13 
Mark 16 v. 9 

John 14 to v. 15 
Luke 3 to v. 23 
Revelation 22 

Revelation 16 
Revelation 17 
Revelation 18 
Rev. 19 to V. 11 
Luke 2 to v. 15 
Titus 2 v. ii & 
[3 to V. 9 



E. 



27 FBIDAY. 1 M 

ST. 70HN EVANGELIST , 

(White) E. 



2 Chronicles 24 1 E. 

[v. 15 to 26; 
Exodus 33 v. 7 ! M. 



28 SATTTEDAY. 

INNOCENTS ... (Violet) 

•^29 SUNDAY. Irt AFTER 
CHEISTMAS-DAY 



30 MONDAY 



M. Genesis 4 to v. 17 , M. Acts 6 & 7 to v. 

[17 
Acts 7 v. 17 to 

[55 
John 13 v. 21 to 

2 John 

Matt. 18 to v. 15 
Mark 10 v. 13 
[to 28 
Luke 2 v. 25 
Hebrews 2 



Isaiah 6 

Jer. 31 to V. 18 

Isaiah 49 v. 13 



E. 
M. 
E. 



Isaiah 35 
Isaiah 40 



'M. 

JE. 



M. Isaiah 63 
E. Isaiah 64 



31 TUESDAY • I M. Isaiah 65 

' E. Isaiah 66 



M. Rev. 21 to v. 15 
E. Rev. 21 v. 15 



M. Rev. 22 to v. 8 
E. Rev. 22 v. 8 



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Which May be Used in Place of Those Appointed in the Kalendar. 

(To Which are Added, for Convenience of Reference j the Proper 
Lessons for the Sundays in Lent.) 
Note. — The colour throughout Lent is Violet, except on Good Friday, 
when it is Black, and on the Feast of the Annunciation, when it is White. 



FEBBXTABY. 

21 ASH-WEDNESDAT .... 

22 THURSDAY 

2d day of Lent. 

23 FRIDAY 

3d day of Lent. 

24 SATURDAY 

4th day of Lent. 

*26 SXTNDAY. Irt IN LENT, 



26 MONDAY 

Sth day of Lent. 

27 TUESDAY 

6th day of Lent. 

28 WEDNESDAY 

7th day of Lent. 
Ember-day. 

29 THURSDAY 

Sth day of Lent. 

MARCH. 

1 FRIDAY 

9th day of Lent. 
Ember-day. 

2 SATURDAY 

loth day of Lent. 
Ember-day. 
• 3 SUNDAY. 2d IN LENT. 



MONDAY 

nth day of Lent. 
TUESDAY 

I2th day of Lent. 
WEDNESDAY . 

13th day of Lent. 
THURSDAY ..., 

14th day of Lent. 



l8t LESSON. 



M. Isaiah 58 
E. Jonah 3 
M. IsAi 59 to V. 17 
E. Jeremiah 3 v. 12 
[& 4 to V. 3 
M. Micah 7 
E. Zephaniah I 
M. Amos 3 
E. Amos 5 

M. Jer. 7 to V. 21 
E. Jeremiah 9 to v. 
[25 

M. Zechariah I 
E. Zechariah 3 

M. EZEKIEL 8 
E. EZEKIEL 9 
M. EZEKIEL 2 & 3 to 

[v. 10 

E. EZEKIEL 3 V. 10 
M. EZEK. 20 to V. 27 
E. EZEKIEL 20 V. 27 



M. EzEK. 33 to V. 21 
E. EzEK. 34 to V. 17 

M. EzEKiEL 34 V. 17 
E. EzEK. 37 to V. 15 



2nd LESSON. 



M. EZEKIEL 

E. Daniel 



M. Job i 
E. Genesis 
M. Job 2 
E. Genesis 
M. Job 3 
E. Genesis 
M. Job 9 
E. Genesis 
46 



14 



13 



M. Luke 15 
E. Heb. 12 to V. 18 
M. Mark ii v. 12 
E. Romans i 

M. Matt. 12 to v. 22 
E. Romans 3 
M. Matt. 12 v. 22 
E. Romans 4 

M. Matthew 10 
E. Ephesians 4 or 

[Mark 2 v. 23 & 

[3 to V. 13 
M. Matt. 13 to v. 24 
E. I Timothy i 
M. Matt. 13 v. 24 to 
E. I Tim. 2 [44 

M. Matt. 13 v. 44 

E. I Timothy 3 
M. Matt. 14 v. 22 
E. I Timothy 4 



M. Matt. 16 to v. 13 
E. I Timothy 5 

M. Matt 17 v. 14 
E. Titus i 



M. Luke 10 to v. 25 
E. Ephes 5 v. 15 & 
[6 to V. 10 or Mark 
[6 V. 14 to 30 
M. Matt. 19 to v. 16 
E. Romans s 
M. Matt. 19 v. 16 
E. Rom. 8 to v. 22 
M. Matt. 21 v. 28 
E. Romans 8 v. 22 
M. Matt. 24 to v. 29 
18 V. 16 1 E. Rom* 9 to v. 18 



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Which May be Used in Place of Those Appointed in the Kalxndar. 
{To Which are Added, for Convenience of Reference, the Proper 
Lessons for the Sundays in Lent.) 
Note. — ^The colour throughout Lent is Viokt, except on Good Friday, 
when it is Black, and on the Feast of the Annunciation, when it is White. 



MAECH. 



8 FRIDAY 

15th day of Lent 



l8t LESSOH. 



9 SATURDAY 

i6th day of Lent. 

+10 SUNDAY. 3d IN LENT. 



11 MONDAY 

17th day of Lent. 

12 TUESDAY 

i8th day of Lent. 



13 AVEDNESDAY ., 

iQth day of Lent. 

14 THURSDAY ... 

20th day of Lent. 



15 FRIDAY 

2 J St day of Lent. 

16 SATURDAY 

22nd day of Lent. 
+17SirNPAY. 4th IN LENT. 



M. Job 14 

E. Genesis 19 v. 12 

[to 30 
M. Job 19 
E. Genesis 21 v. 9 

[to 22 
M. EzEKiEL 18 V. 20 
E. Daniel 5 

M. Job 27 
E. Exodus 17 

M.JoB 28 

E. Lev. 19 to v. 19 

M. Job 29 

E. Num. 13 v. 17 

M. Job 30 

E. Num. 14 to v. 26 



2nd LESSON. 



M. 
E. 

M. 
E. 

M. 
E. 

M. 
IE. 



M. Job 31 v. 4 



E. 
iM. 
IE. 

;m. 

IE. 



V. 17 



18 MONDAY 

23rd day of Lent. 

19 TUESDAY 

24th day of Lent. 

20 WEDNESDAY .. 

25th day of Lent. 

21 THURSDAY . . . . 

26th day of Lent. 



M. 
E. 
M. 

!E. 

;m. 
'e. 

. M. 
E. 



22 FRIDAY 

27th day of Lent. 

23 SATURDAY .... 

28th day of Lent. 



I 

|M. 

IE. 



Num. 15 
Job 32 
Joshua 7 

MiCAH 6 

Daniel 6 



Job 38 to V. 19 
J Samuel 3 
Job 38 V. 19 
I Samuel 4 
Job 39 

I Samuel 16 
Job 40 
I Samuel 



Matt. 24 v. 29 
Romans 9 v. 18 

Mark t v. 21 
Rom. 15 to V. 22 

Mark 9 to v. 30 
Romans 14 or 
[Mark 10 to v. 32 
Mark 2 to v. 18 
I Corinthians 4 



28 to 
[v. 21 

24 to 
[v. 15 

Job 42 

2 Sam. 24 V. 15 



Job 41 
2 Samuel 



M. Mark 5 to v. 21 
E. I Corinthians s 

M. Mark 5 v. 21 
E. I Corinthians 6 

M. Mark 6 v. 45 
E. I Cor. 9 to v. 24 

M. Mark 7 v. 14 to 
[31 
E. I Cor. 10 v. 12 
M. Mark 8 v. 22 
E. I Cor. 14 v. 26 
M. John S v. 24 
E. Philippians I or 
[Mark 14 to v. 26 
M. Mark 9 v. 33 
E. 2 Corinthians 2 
M. Mark id to v. 17 
E. 2 Corinthians 6 
M. Mark 10 v. 17 to 
E. 2 On. 7 [35 

M. Mark 10 v. 35 
E. 2 Cor. 12 to v. 16 

I M. Mark 12 to v. 18 
E. Galatians 6 

' M. Mark 12 v. 18 
E. I Thess. 2 



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TABLE OF PROPER LESSONS FOR THE FORTY DATS OF LENT.— Cob. 

Which May be Used in Place of Those Appointed in the Kalendar. 
(To Which are Added, for Convenience of Reference; the Proper 
Lessons for the Sundays in Lent,) 
Note.— The colour throughout Lent is Violet, except on Good Friday, 
when it is Black, and on the Feast of the Annunciation, when it is White. 



MARCH. 



+84 SUNDAY. 6thINLENT>. 

Passion Sunday. 



25 MONDAY . : 

29th day of Lent. 



26 TUESDAY 

30th day of Lent. 



27 WEDNESDAY . . 
31st day of Lent. 



28 THURSDAY 

32nd day of Lent. 



29 FRIDAY 

33rd day of Lent. 

30 SATURDAY 

34th day of Lent. 

4«31 STTNDAT. NEXT BE- 
FORE £ASTER 

Palm Sunday. 

APRIL. 

1 MONDAY BEFORE 

EASTER 

35th day of Lent. 

2 TUESDAY BEFORE 

EASTER 

36th day of Lent. 

3 WEDNESDAY BEFORE 

EASTER 

37th day of Lent. 

4 THURSDAY BEFORE 

EASTER 

38th day of Lent. 

5 GOOD FRIDAY 

39th day of Lent. 



6 EASTER-EVEN 

40th day of Lent. 



l8t LESSON. 



M. Zechariah 13 
E. Daniel 7 to v. 19 

M. Deut. 28 to V. 15 
E. I Kings 9 to v. 10 

M. Deuteronomy 28 

[v. IS to 47 

E. I Kings 10 to v. 

[14 
M. Peuteronomy 28 
[v. 58 
E. 2 Kings 6 to V. 24 
M. Deuteronomy 30 
E. 2 Kings 22 

M. Jerem. 13 to V. IS 
E. Ezra 9 
M. Jerem 13 v. 15 
E. Jerem. 18 to v. 18 

M. ZechariKh 9 v. 9 
E. Daniel 9 



M. Genesis 3 v. 20 
[& 4 to V. 17 
E. Num. 20 to v. 14 
M. Num. 21 to v. 10 
E. Lev. 16 v. 6to2S 

M. Zechariah ii 
E. Gen. 37 v. 3 to 29 

M. Exodus^ 16 v. 4 
[to 16 
E. Genesis 14 v. 14 
M. Gen. 22 to v. 19 
E. Isaiah S2 v. 13 
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M. ISAL 38 V. 9 to 21 

E. Exodus 13 



SndLESSOH. 



M. Luke 21 
E. Philippians 3 or 
[Luke I V. 57 
M.Luke ii v. 29 
E. 2 Thess. 2 

M. Luke 12 to v. 22 

E. Hebrews 3 

M. Luke 12 v. 22 to 

l4i 

E. Hebrews 5 
M. Luke 12 v. 41 
E. Hebrews 6 

M. John 5 to v. 24 
E. Hebrews 8 
M. John 12 v. 20 
E. Hebrews 10 v. 28 

M. Matthew 26 
E. John ii v. 47 & 
[12 to V. 20 or 
[Luke 5 to V. 17 



M.John 14 

E. I Cor. 10 to v. 12 

M.John 15 

E. Heb. 9 to V. 16 

M.John 13 

E. I Pet. i to v. 22 

M. John 6 v. 27 

E. Hebrews 7 
M.John 18 
E. I Peter 2 

M. Luke 23 v. 50 
E. Hebrews 4 



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TABLE OF PROPER LESSONS FOR THE ROTATION ANI> EMBER-DAYS. 

Which May be Used in Place of Those Appointed in the Kalendar. 
Note.— The colour for Rogation and Ember-Days is Violet, except the 
VVhitsun Ember-Days, when it is Red. 



The Bogation-dATi. 
XAT. 

13 MONDAY 



14 TUESDAY .... 

15 WEDNESDAY 



The Ember-days in 
Whitsim-week. 

HAT. 

29 WEDNESDAY 

31 FRIDAY 

JUHE. 

I SATURDAY 



TheEmber-dayi in September. 

18 WEDNESDAY . . .-. 



20 FRIDAY . . . . 

21 SATURDAY 



lit LESSON. 



2nd LESSON. 



The Ember^dayt in Deeember. 

18 WEDNESDAY 

20 FRIDAY 

21 SATURDAY 



M. Deuteronomy 8 
E. Deut. 28 to Y. 15 

M. I Kings 8 v. 22 
E. Isaiah 64 [to 41 

M. Jeremiah 14 
E. Habakkuk 3 



M. Matthew 6 v. 24 
E. James i to v. 18 

M. Luke ii to v. 14 
E. James 4 

i M. John 6 v. 24 to 
I E. James 5 [41 



M. Isaiah 6 to v. 9 
K Jer. 31 V. 27 
M. Isaiah 61 
E. Jer. 42 to v. 13 



M. Luke 6 v. 12 to 24 
E. I Cor. i v. 18 
M. Luke 10 to v. 25 
E. I Corinthians 2 



M. Ezek. 13 to V. 17 1 M. Luke 12 to v. 13 
E. Ezek. 14 to v. 12 1 E. i Cor. 9 v. 7 



M. Deut. 18 v. 15 1 M. Acts i to v. 10 
E. I Kings 13 to v. i E. 2 Corinthians 4 
[27! 

M. 2 Kings 2 to v. | M. Acts 4 to v. 13 

[23 
E. Jer. 6 v. 8 to 20 j E. 2 Corinthians 5 
M. HosEA 4 to V. 10 1 M. Acts 4 v. 13 to 24 
E. MicAH 3 V. 5 I E. Heb. 13 V. 7 to 22 



M. Jer. 23 to v. 16 
E. Jer. 23 v. 16 
M. Jer. 26 to v. 20 
E. Malachi 2 
M. Mal. 3 to v. 13 



M. John i v. 29 
E. Ephes. 4 to V. 17 
M. John s v. 33 
E. I Thess. 5 
t M. Luke 12 v. 35 to 



E. Mal. 3 v. 13 & 4 ' E. 2 Tim. i. 



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THE REVISED TABLES OF LESSONS. 

By authority of the last General Convention Revised Tables 
of Lessons were authorized for tentative use throughout the 
Church, according to the following Resolutions, which were 
adopted by the concurrent vote of the two Houses of the Gen- 
eral Convention : - ' 

Resolved, That the Tables of Lessons be amended "by adding 
thereto as alternates the Tables of Lessons reported to this 
Convention by the Joint Commission on the Revision of the 
Tables of Lessons, and that said alternate Lessons be author- 
ized for use in this Church until the meeting of the next Gen- 
eral Convention. 

Resolved, That permission be granted that such proposed 
Lessons, appointed on any day for Morning and Everting 
Prayer, may be used interchangeably at the discretion of the 
Minister until the next General Convention. 

Resolved, That the Joint Commission on the revision of the 
tables of lessons be continued to receive suggestions arising 
from the tentative use of the tables proposed in their report; 
to consider the proposed table of alternate lessons for Sundays, 
submitted by the Diocese of California, with a view to deter- 
mining the fitness thereof and whether or not they should be 
used collectively in alternate years or individually as alter- 
nate lessons, and that this table be printed in the Journal. 

Resolved, That the Commission be authorized to prepare a 
supplementary Table of Old Testament Lessons, following the 
Hebrew Division of the Law, the Prophets, and the Writings, 
and giving extracts from the books not dtherwisel appointed 
for Sundays or Holy Days. 

Resolved, That the Joint Commission be authorized to cor- 
rect all typographical errors in the tables presented before pub- 
lishing the same for distribution. 

Members of the Joint Commission on the Revision of the 
Lectionary appointed at the meeting of the General Convention 
of 1910 : The Bishop of Bethlehem, the Bishop of Lexington, 
the Bishop Coadjutor of Albany, the Bishop of Delawa^re^'th^ 
Bishop of Washington, the Rev. Dr. E. A. Larrabee, the Rev. 
Dr. Endicott Peabody, the Rev. Dr. D. D. Addison, the Rev. ^ 
Dr. Angus Crawford, the Rev. Dr. James R. Winchester, Mr. 
George Wharton Pepper, Mr, William C. Sturges, Mr, James 
McConnell, Mr. C. M. Clemeht, Mr. A. Robinson. 

Ethelbert Talbot, Chairman, 
Alfred Harding, Secretary. 

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26 
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28 
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30 
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riRST LESSON 



Genesis 1 to v. 2U 

2v.4.... 

3 V. 20 & 4 

to V. 16 

5 toy. 28.... 

6y.9 

8tov.20.... 
11 toy. 10.. 

12y.6 

14 

16 

18 toy. 17... 

19 y. 12 to y. 

30 
21 to y. 22. . . 

23 

24 y. 29 to y. 

62 

25 y. 5 to y. 

19 
26toy.l8... 

27 to y. 30. . . 

27y.46&28 

31toy.25... 

S2tov.22... 



37toy.l2... 

89v.20&40 

41 y. 17 toy. 

38 

42toy.25... 

43 toy. 25... 

44y.l4 



SECOND LESSON 



Matthew 1 y. 18 

2 

3 

4toy.23..;. 

4y. 23&5to 
y.l3 
6 V. 13 to V. 

33 
5y.83 

6 toy. 19.... 

6y. 19&7to 

y.7 

7y.7 

8 toy. 18.... 
8y.l8 

9 toy. 18.... 
9y.l8 

10 toy. 16... 

lOy. 16 

11..... 

12 toy. 22... 

12y.22 

18toy.24... 

18 y. 24 to y. 
53 

13 y. 53 & 14 

to y. 18 

14y. 13 

15 toy. 21... 

15y.21 

16 

17 toy. 24... 

17 y. 24 & 18 
to V. 21 



EVENING PRAYER 



FIKST LESSON 



Genesis 1 y. 20 & 

2 to y. 4 

3ioy.20.... 

4v.l6 

5 V. 28 & 6 to 

1 

7 

8y. 20&9to 

y.20 

11 y. 27 & 12 

toy. 6 

13 

15 

17 

18y.l7.. 

20 

21y.33-&22 

tov.ao 

24toy.29... 

24y.52 

25y.l9 

26y.l8 

27 y. 30 to y. 

46 

29toy.21... 

31y.36 

32y.22 

36 toy. 21... 

87y.l2 

41 toy. 17... 

41y.38 

42y.25 

43 y. 25 & 44 

to y. 14 

45toy.25... 

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SECOND LESSON 



Actsl 

2 to y. 22 . 
2v.22../. 



4 to y. 32... 

4 y. 32 & 6 to 

y.l7 

6y. 17 

6 

7toy.37.... 

7y.37&8to 

y.5 

8y.5toy.26 

8y.26 



9 toy.: 



lOtoy.24... 

lOy.24 

11 

12 

13 toy. 14... 

13 y. 14 toy. 

44 

13y.44&14 

toy. 19 

14y.l9&16 

toy. 4 

15 y. 4 to y. 

15y.36&16 

to y. 16 

16y.l6 

I7toy.I6... 

17t.16 

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Genesis 45 v. 25 
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47v.l3. 

49 

Bxodas 1. - .. 



Matthew 18 v. 21 
&lttiov. 3 



19 V. 3 to V. 

16 

19V.16&20 

to V. 17 

20 V. 17. . 



4v.27&5to 
V. 15 

6v.28&7to 
V. 14 

8 to V. 20.. 



9t. 13... 
10 V. 21 & 11 



12 V. 21 to V. 

43 

13 y. 17 & 14 

to V. 10 
15 to V. 22... 



16v.ll 

18 

20tov.22... 

23v.l4 

25toT.23... 
28 r. 15 to 

31 

32v.l5 



42 



.12&34 
to V. 10 



36v.27. 
39v.30. 
40 V. 17. 



Leriticus 14 to v. 
23 
19 to V. 19... 



21tov.23... 

21v.23 

22 tor. 15... 

22r.l5 

23 

^tov.29... 

24T.29 

26tov.31... 

25r.31 

26 tor. 31... 

28 r. 31 to V. 

57 

26v.67 



27 to V. 27... 

27 V. 27 to V. 

57 

27r. 57 



28 

Mark 1 toy. 21.. 
lv.21 



2tov.23 ... 

2 V. 23 & 3 to 

V. 13 

3v.l3 

4 to v. 35... 

Matthew 7 



EVENING PRAYER 



riRST LESSON SECOND LESSON 



Genesis 46 y. 26 
& 47 to v. 13 



48 

60 

Bxodas 2 

4 to V. 24... 

5 r. 15 & 6 to 

V. 14 
7v.l4 



8v.20&9to 

T.13 

10 to V. 21... 

12 tor. 21... 

12 r. 43 & 13 

tor. 17 

14r.l0.. 



Acts 18 V. 24 & 
19 tor. 21 



19t.21 

20tov. 17... 

20r. 17 

21tov.l7... 

21v. 17 tor. 
37 

21 T. 37 & 22 

to r. 23 

22 T. 23 & 23 
to r. 12 



15V.22&16 

tor.U 

17 



19. 



22 r. 21 & 

to r. 14 
24 



28 tor. 13... 

29V.35&30 

tor. 11 

32tor.l5... 

33tor.l2... 

34 r. 10 to r. 

27 

35r.20&36 

to r.8 

40 tor. 17... 

Leriticus 9 r. 22 
& 10 to r. 12 
16tor.25... 

19r.30&20 
tor. 9 



23 r. 12. 

24 

25 

26 

27 

Acts 28 to V. 17. . 

28r.l7 

Romans 1 to r. 26 

2tor. 17... 

2y.l7 

3 

4 

6 

6 



8 tor. 18.... 

8r.l8 

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riKST LESSON SECOND LESSON 



Leviticus 25 to v. 
18 
26 to V. 21 . . 



Numbers 6. . 
lOv.ll. 
llv.24. 



13 V. 17 & 14 

tov.6 

14y.28 



16 V. 23 

20toy.l4... 
21 to V. 21... 
22tov.22... 



27t. 12. 



41 



Deuteronomy 1 to 

Y.19 

2 tov. 26.. .. 



3 Y. 18. 

4 V. 25 to 
6t.22 
7toT.12.... 

8 

11 toy. 18... 
15 toy. 16... 
18y.9 

.26 



28 toy. 15... 

28 y. 47 to V. 
63 
30 

31 y. 14 to V. 

30 

32y.29.. 



34. 



Mark 4 y. 35 & 5 

to V. 21 

5y.21 



6toy.l4.... 

6 y. 14 to y. 

30 

6y.30 



7toy.24.... 

7 y. 24 & 8 to 

y. 10 

8 y. 10 & 9 to 

V.2 
9y. 2 toy. 30 

9y.30 

10 toy. 32... 

'0y,32 

^* toy. 27... 

lly.27&12 

to V. 13 

12 y. 13 to y. 

41 

12y.41&13 

toy. 24 
13y.24 



14toy.27... 

14y. 27 to y. 

53 

14y.53 



15 tov. 42... 

15 V. 42 & 16 

Luke 1 to V. 26. . 

1 y. 26 to V. 

39 



lv.57 

2tov.21.... 
2y. 21 

3 toy. 23 ... 

4 tov. 16. ... 
4 y. 16 



EVENING PRAYER 



FIRST LESSON 



Leviticus 25 v. 18 

tov. 44 

26y.21 



Numbers 9 v. 15 
& 10 to V. 11 
lltoy.24... 

12...: 



14 V. 6 to V. 

26 

16tov.23... 



17 

20y.l4... 
21y.21... 

22y.22... 

24 

28tov.ll. 



Deuteronomy 1 v. 

19 

2 V. 26 & 3 to 

V.8 

4 tov. 25 

5tov.22.... 



7v.l2 

lOv.8 

11 v. 18 

17 v.8 

24 y. 5 

27 tov. 14... 

28v. 15io26 

20v.9 

31 tov. 14.. 

31 y. 30 & 32 

to V. 21 

33 



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SECOND LESSON 



Romans 10. 

11 

12 

13 



14 & 15 to v. 



15 y. 8. 
16 



1 Corintliians 1 to 
v. 26 
lv.28&2.. 

3 

4tov.l8.... 

4y.l8&5.. 



7y.25. 

8 



10 & 11 to v. 

2 

11 v. 2 to v. 

17 
lly.l7 

12 toy. 28... 
12 V. 28 & 13 
14tov.20... 

14y.20 

15 tov. 35... 



15v.35. 
10 



2 Corinthians 1 to 

v. 15 

1 V. 15 & 2 to 

y.l2 

2y.l2&3& 

4 tov. 7 

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2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 

1<3 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 



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St. Aarft 



MORNING PRAYER 



riRST LESSON 



Joshua 2 

4 

.6 

9t.3 

21T.43&22 

to V. 11 

23 

JudKe8 2..; 

5tov.24.... 

6v.25 

8 y. 32 & 9 to 

V.22 
11 y. 4 to 29 

13 

16 

Ruth 1 

3. 

1 Samuel 1 toy. 21 

2y.l2. 

4 

6 

8 

9 V. 25 & 10 

to T. 17 
11 

13 

' 14 y. 24 to V. 
47 

16 

17 y. 31 to y. 

55 

19 

20y.l8 

22 



SECOND LESSON 



Luke 5 to y. 17. . 

5y.l7 

6 to y. 20. . . . 
6y.20 

7 toy. 36.... 

7y.36&8to 

y.4 

8y. 4toy.22 

8y.22 

9 toy. 28... 

9 y. 28f to y. 

51 

9y.51&10to 

y.25 

10y.25&ll 

toy. 14 

lly.l4 

12 toy. 35... 

iay.35 

. 13toy. 18... 

13y. 18 

14 toy. 25... 

14 y. 25 & 15 

to V. 11 

15y. 11 

16 

17toy.20... 

17 y. 20 

18 toy. 81... 

18 y. 31 & 19 

toy. 28 

19y.28 

20toy.27... 

20y. 27&21 

to y. 5 

21y.6 



EVENING PRAYER 



FIRST LESSON 



Joahua 3. 
5.... 



10 toy. 16... 

22y.ll 

24toy.29... 
Judse8 4to y. 18. 

6tov.25.... 

7tov.24.... 

10 

llv.29 

14 

16v.4 

Rutb2 

4 



1 Sanue 2 v. 21 

& 2 to V. 12 

3 



5 

7 

9toy.25.... 

lOy. 17 

12 

14toy.24... 

15 V. 10 to y. 
32 

17 toy. 31... 

17V.55&18 

tov. 17 

20 to V. 18... 

21 

23 toy. 19... 



SECOND LK8SON 



2 Corinthians 5 V. 
11 & 6 to V. 11 
6 V. 11 & 7 to 1 

T.5 , 

7y.6 ' 

8 

9 

10 

lltoT.30... 

11 V. 30 & 12 
,« to V. 14 

12 V. 14 8c 13 

Galadansl 

2 

3 

4toT.21.... 

4v.21&5to 
V. 16 

5 y. 16 & 6. . 

Ephesians 1 . . . . 

2..: 

8 ^ 

4tOT.25.... 

4v.25&5to 
▼.22 

6 V. 22 & 6 to 

V. 10 
6v.lO 

Philippianal.... 
2 



Coiossiana 1 to ▼. 

21 

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2t.8 



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FIRST LE880N SECOND LESSON 



1 Samuel 24 & 25 

to V. 2 
28V.3 

2 Saauel 1 v. 17 

& 2 to V. 12 
I 5 to V. 13.... 

7V.18 

Uv. 14 

15 V. 38 & 14 

tov. 20 
15V.17 

16 V. 15 & 17 

to V. 15 

18 tov. 18... 

19 tov. 24... 
23 tov. 18... 

1 Kings 1 v. 5 to 
V.28 

1 Chronicles 28 to 

V. U 

29V.10 

1 Kings 4 V. 20. . 

6to V. 15.... 

8 V. 22 to V. 

54 

lOtov.24... 

llv.26 

12 V. 25 & 13 

tov. 11 

14 tov. 21... 

16V.8 

18 tov. 20... 

19 

22 V. 29 to V. 
41 

2 KinKs2 

5 

6 V. 24 & 7 to 

V.3 

8 tov. 16.... 



Luke 22 to v. 31 

22v. 31 tov. 

54 

• 22V.54 

23 to V. 26. . . 

23 V. 26 to V. 

50 

23 V. 50 & 24 

to V. 13 

24V.13 

John 1 to V. 29 . . 

lv.29 

2 

3 tov. 22.... 

3v.22&4to 
V. 5 

4 V. 5 to V. 43 

4v.43&5to 

V.24 

5V.24 

John 6 tov. 22... 

6 V. 22 to V. 
41 

6 V. 41 

7 to V. 32 

7V.32 

8 to V. 31 ... . 
8v.31 

9 tov. 39.... 

9 V. 39 & 10 

to V. 22 

lOv.22 

11 tov. 17... 

11 V. 17 to V. 

47 

11 V. 47 & 12 

tov. 20 

12V.20 

13 tov. 21... 



EVENING PRAYER 



riKST LESSON SECOND LESSON 



1 Samuel 26 

31 

2 Samuel 3 V. 17. 

7tov.l8.... 

9 

12 to v.24... 

15 tov. 16... 

16tov.l5... 

17v. 15 

18v. 18 

19V.24 

24v. 10..... 

1 Kings 1 v.28.. 

1 Chronicles 28 V. 

11 & 29 tov. 10 

1 Kings3v.5.... 

5 

8 tov. 22 

8v.54&9to 
V. 10 

11 V. 6 to V. 

26 

12 tov. 25... 

18v.ll 

15 V. 25 & 16 

tov. 8 
.17 

18V.20 

21 

2Kingsl 

4 V. 8 to V. 38 

6tov.24;... 

7v.3 

8v. 16&9to 
V.8 



Colossi ans 3 to v. 

18 

3v. 18&4.. 

1 Thessalonians 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

2 Thessalonians 1 

2 

3 

1 Timothy 1 to v. 

18 
1 V. 18 & 2. . 

3.... 

4 

5 

6 

2 Timothy 1 

2 

3 

4 

Titus 1 

2 

3 

Philemon 

Hebrews 1 

2&3tov.7. 

3 V. 7 & 4 to 

V. 14 

4v. 14&5.. 

6 

7 

^ 



55 



E XCable of Xessons for 
June 


CALENDAR 


MORNING PRAYER 


EVENING PRAYER 


1 

FIRST LESSON | SECOND LESSON 

i 


FIRST LESSON 


SECOND LESSON 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 




2 Kings lOtov.lS 
13 


John 13 V. 21.... 
14 


2 Kings 10 V. 18. 

17 to V. 24 . . 
2 Chronicles 12 

14 


Hebrews 8 

9 

10 to V. 19 . . 
lOv.19 

11 to V. 17.. 






1TV.24 

2 Chronicles 13 to 

V. 21 

15 


,5 




16 to V. 16 . . 
16 V. 16 


f 


16 

"20 to V. 25 . . 

22 

24 to V. 23 . . 
26 




19 

20V.31 &21 

to V. 12 

23 to V. 19 . . 

25 to V. 25 . . 

28 to V. 16 . . 

29v.3tov.20 

30 to V. 24 . . 

2 Kings 19 to v.20 

20 to V. 20 . . 

2 Chronicles 33 to 

v.20 

2 Kings 23 to V. 21 

24v. 8& 25 

to V. 8 

Ezral&3 

5 




11 V. 17 




18 to V. 28 . . 

18 V. 28.... 

19 to V. 25 . . 

19 V. 25 

20 to V. 19 . . 

20v. 19 

21 


12 




13 , 




James 1 


* 


2Kingsl8tov.9. 

2 Chronicles 29 

v.20 
2 Kings 18 V. 13. 

19V.20 

Isaiah 38 V. 9 to 

V. 21 

2 Kings 22 

23V.21&34 

to V. 8 

25V.8 

Ezra4 

6tov. 16 

9 




St. JSatnabas 


S 




4 




5 




Acts 1 


1 Peter 1 to v, 22 




2 to V. 22 . . . 

2V.22 

3 


lv.22&2to 




V. 11 
2 V. 11 & 3 to 




V.8 
3 V. 8 & 4 to 




4tov.32.... 

4v.32&5to 

V. 17 

5V.17 

6 


V. 7 
4V.7 




5 




7V.11 

10 to V. 15 . . 
Nehemiah 2 

5 


2 Peter 1 




Nehemiah 1 

4 


2.: , 




7 to V. 37.... 

7v.37&8to 
V. 5 

8 V. 5 to V. 26 

8V.26 

9 to V. 23.... 

9V.23 

Die 


1 
3 1 


■Hatlvittof SJt.aobn 
£apti0t 


6 & 7 to V. 5 

12 V. 40 & 13 

to V. 4 

13v. 15 

Esther 2 V. 15 & 3 


1 John 1 & 2 to 




7V.73&8.. 

13v.4tov.l5 

Esther 1 

4 


V. 7 
2v.7tov.i8 




2V.18 




StoV.16 1 


St. |>Ct€C 


, 8v.l6&4to 
\ V.7 
















y 



S6 



E XCable of Xessons for 


CALENDAR 


MORNING PRAYER 


EVENING PRAYER 


riRST LS8S0N 


SECOND LESSON 


FIRST LESSON 


SECOND LESSON 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

IS 

13 

14 

16 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

^26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 




Esther 6 


ActilOtov.24.. 
lOv.24 

11 


Esther 7 & 8 to v. 
9 
Job2 

4 


1 John 4 V. 7.... 

5 

2John 




Jobl 




3 




6 

7 


12 


6 


3John 




13 to V. 14 . . 

13 V. 14 to V. 

44 

13V.44&14 

to V. 19 

14 V, 19 & 15 

to V. 4 

15 V. 4 to V 

36 

15V.38&16 

to V. 16 

16v. 16 

17 to V. 16 . . 
17V. 16 .... 

18 tov. 24.. 

18 V. 24 & 19 

to V. 21 

19V.21 

20 to V. 17 . . 
20v. 17 

21 to V. 17 . . 

21 V. 17 to V. 

37 

21 V. 37 & 22 

tov. 23 
22V.23&23 

to V. 12 
23v 12 

24 


9 


Jude 




10 

12 


11 


Matthew 1 v. 18. 
2 




13 




14 


15 to V. 17.. 
17 


3 




16 


4tov.23.... 

4v.23&5to 

V. 13 

5v.13tov.33 

5V.33 

6 to V. 19 . . . 

6 V. 19 & 7 

to V. 7 

7V.7 

8 to V. 18 . . . 

8V.18 

9tov.l8 

9V.18 

10 tov. 16... 

lOv.16 .... 

11 




19 


2: 




22 V. 12 tov. 

29 

24 


23 




25&26 

28 




27 




29 & 30 to V. 

31V.13 

38tov.39... 
40 


30 V. 12 tov. 

27 

32 




, 


38V.39&39 
41 






42 


Proverbs 1 to v. 20 
2 


Proyerbs 1 v. 20. 

3 to V. 27 . . . 

V. 20 & 5 

to V. 15 

8 




3 v. 27 &4 to 
V.20 

5 V. 15 & 6 to 
v.20 

9 








lOv. 16..... 
llv.15 

13 


11 tov. 15... 
12V.10 

14v.9toV.28 

15 V. 18 

16 V. 81 & 17 

to V. 18 
19v. 13 

20V.26&21 

tov. 22 

23V.10 


12 to v. 22 . . 
12V.22 

IS tov. 24.. 

13 V. 24 tov. 

53» 
13 V. 53 & 14 

to V. 13 . 
14V.13 

15 tov. 21.. 

15V.21 




»t. 5amc« 


25 




14V.28&15 

to V. 15 

16 tov. 20.. 

18V.10 

20 to V. 23 . . 

22 tov. 22.. 


26 




27 




28 




Romans 1 to v. 26 
2 to ▼.17... 







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E tEable ot Xessons tor 
Euaust 


CALENDAR 


MORNING PRAYER 


EVENING PRAYER 

1 


riKST LESSON 


SECOND LESSON 


riKST LESSON 


SECOND LESSON , 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 

8 
9 
10 
11 

1* 

13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
81 




Proverbs 24 v. 13 

26 to v. 21... 

28 tov. 15... 

31 V. 10 

Ecclesiastes 2 to 
V. 12 

4 


Romans 2 v. 17.. 
3 


Proverbs 25 

27 tov. 23... 

.30 tov. 18... 

Ecclesiastes 1.... 

3 


Matthew 16 | 




17 tov. 24... 




4 


17 V. 24 & 18 

to V. 21 

18 V. 21 & 19 




5 




6 


tov. 3 ^ 
19 V. 8 to V. 


trran«fl^uration 


7 


5 


16 
19 V. 16 & 20 1 




6 


8 tov. 18.... 

8v. 18 

9 


7tov.l9.... 
9 


to V. 17 
20v. 17 




8 


21 to v. 23... 




11 


12 


21V.23 ' 




Jeremiah 1 

5 tov. 19.... 
6tov.22.... 

8v.4 

9 v. 17 

15 

18 tov. 18... 
21 


10 


Jeremiah 2 tov. 14 

5v. 19 

7tov.21.... 
9 tov. 17.... 
13 tov. 24... 
17 tov. 19... 
19 


22 tov. 15... 




11 


22 V. 15 




12 


23 




13 


24 tov. 29... 




14 & 15 to V. 

8 

15V.8 

16 


24 V. 29 




25 tov. 31... 

25V.81 

26tov.31... 

26 V. 31 to 57 

26V.57 

27tov.27... 

27 V. 27 to V. 

57 
27V.57 

28 

Mark 1 to V. 21 . • 

lv.21 

2 tov. 23.... 

2v.28&3to 

V. 13 

3v. 18 

,4tov.85.... 






1 Cor. 1 to V. 26. 
1V.S6&2.. 
3 


22 tov 18... 
28 tov. 16... 
25 tov. 15... 
28 




22v. 13 

24 






26 


4 to. V. 18... 
4v. 18&5.. 
6 




29v.4iov.20 
3110 V. 15... 

33tov.l4... 
35 


30v. 10 

31 V. 15 to V. 

38 

33v. 14 

36 tov. 14... 
38 tov. 14... 
39 


/ 


St. JBartbolomew 


8 




9 




36v. 14 

38v. 14 

50tov.21... 
Lam. 1 


lO&ll tov. 
• 2 

11 V. 2 to V. 

17 
llv.17 

12 tov. 28... 
12 V. 28 & 13 






51V.54 

Lam. 2 to V. 20 . . 
3v.37tov.60 






3 to V. 87 














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S8 



E Uable ot Xessons tot 
September 



CALENDAR 



1 




2 




8 




4 




5 




6 








8 




9 




10 




11 




1?, 




13 




14 




15 




16 




17 




18 




19 




90 




21 


St. Aattbew 


S3 




H 




25 




26 




27 




• 


28 
29 
30 




SUAfcbaeUnb 



MORNING PRAYER 



FIK8T LESSON SXCOMD LKSSON 



Esekiel 1 to v. 16 

2 

3V.15 

9 

12V. 17 

13V.17 

18 to V. 19 . . 

20 to V. 27... 

24V.15 

33V.21 

34V.17 

37 toy. 16... 

47 to V. 13... 
Daniel 2 to v. 24. 

3 

4V.19 

5V.17 

7 

9V.20 

12 

Hosea 4 to v. 13. . 

7V.8 

10 

13 to V. 15 . . 
Joell 

2v.16tov.28 

3V.9 



Amoa 2 V. 4 & 3 
tov.9 



1 CorinthUni 14 

to V. 20 
14V.20 

15 to V. 85.. 

15T.36 

16 

2 Corinthians 1 to 

V. 15 

1 ▼. 15 & 2 

to V. 12 

2V.12&3& 

4to V. 7 

4 V, 7 & 5 to 

V. 11 

5v. ll&6to 

V. 11 

6v. ll&7to 

V.5 

7V.5 

8 

9 

10 

lltotv.30.. 

11 V. 30 & 12 

to V. 14 

12 V. 14 & 13 

Galatians 1 

2 

3 

4 to V. 21 . . . 

4 V. 21 & 5 to 

V. 16 

5v. 16&6.. 

Ephesians 1 

. 2 

3 



4 to V. 25 . . . 



EVENING PRAYER 



FIliT LESSON SECOND LESSON 



Ezekiel 1 v. 15. . 

3 to V. 15.... 

8 

llv. 14 

18 to ▼. 17.. 

14 

18V.19 

20V.27 

33 to V. 21 . . 

34 to V. 17.. 

36 v. 16 

37 v. 15 

Daniel 1 

2 v. 24 

4 to V. 19 . . . 

5 to v. 17 . . . 

6 

9 to v. 20.... 
10 

Hoaea2v. 14.... 



5 V. 8 & 6 to 

V. 7 

•8 



ll&12tov.7 

14 

Joel 2 to V. 15. . . 

2 V. 28 & 8 to 
V.9 
Amo8l&2toV.4 



Qiflitig^d by 



Mark 4 ▼. 35 & 5 

to V. 21 
5V.21 

6tov. 14... 

6v.l4tov.3a 

6v.ao 

7tov.84.... 

7v.24&8to 

V. 10 

8v. 10&9to 

V. 2 

9 V. 2 to V. 30 

9V.30 

10 to v. 32... 
10V.82 

11 to v. 27.. 

liv. 27ikl2 
to V. 13 

12 v. 13 to v. 

41 

12 V. 41 & 13 

to V. 24 

13V.24 

14 to V. 27.. 

14 V. 27 to V. 

53 

14V.53 



15 to V. 42.. 

15 V. 42 & 16 

Luke 1 to V. 26. . 

1 V. 26' to V. 

57 
lv.57 

2 to V. 21... 
2v.2l! 



59 



H Znblc of Xcdsons tot 
©'ctobet 







MORNING 


PRAYER 


EVENING PRAYER 


UAL.eNUAK 


FIRST LESSON 


SECOND LESSON 


FIKBT LESSON 


SECOND LESSON 


1 




Amos 5 to y. 18. . 
7 


Ephcsians 4 y. 25 

& 5 to y. 22 

5 y. 22 & 6 to 

y. 10 

By. 10 

Philippians 1.... 

2.. 


Amos 5 y. 18 & 6 

toy. 9 

8 


Lake 4 to y. 16. 


?, 




4y. 16 


8 




9 


Obadiah 

Jonah 2 


5 to y. 17 


4 




Jonah 1 


5y.l7 

6toy.20.... 

6y.20 

. 7 toy. 36.... 

7y.36&8to 
v. 4 

8 y. 4 toy. 22 

8y.22 

9 toy. 28.... 

9 y. 28 to V. 

51 

9 V. 51 & 10 

toy. 25 
10y.25& 11 

to y. 14 
lly. 14 

12toy.35... 

12y.35 

13 toy. 18... 
13v. 18 

14 toy. 25... 

14 y. 25 & 15 

toy. 11 

15y.ll.,... 

16. . . 


5 




3 


4. 


A 




Micah 1 to y. 10. 
3 


3 


Micah 2 

4 


7 




4 


8 




5 


Colossians 1 to y. 

21 

1 y. 21 & 2 to 

y.8 

2y.8 

3toy.l8.... 

3y.l8&4.. 

1 Thessalonians 1 

2 

3 


6 


9 




7 


Nahumi; 

3 


10 




Nahum2 

Habakkukl 

3 


11 




Habakkuk2 

Zephaniah 1 to y. 

14 

2y.4 

Haggail 

2y.l0 

Zcchariah 1 y. 18 

&2 

4 


19 




13 


■^ 


Zephaniah 1 y. 14 

& 2 to y. 4 

3 


14 




15 




Haesai 2 to y. 10 

Zcchariah 1 to y, 

18 

3 


16 




4 


17 




5 


18 
19 


St. Xuhe 


5 


2 Thessalonians 1 
2 


6 


90 




7 

9y.9 

11 


8 


91 




3 


10 

12 


99 




1 Timothy 1 to y.l8 
ly.l8&2.. 

3 

4 


93 




13 


14 

Malachi2 

3y.l3&4.. 
fTisdoml 

4y.7 

6y.22&7to 

y. 15 

8 toy. 19.... 

11 toy. 16... 


94 




Malachil 

3 toy. 13 

ToJ<«13........ 

fTisdomZ 

6 toy. 22>* •• 


95 




17toy.20... 

17y.20 

18 toy. 31... 

18 y. 31 & 19 

toy. S8 

19y.88..:.. 

20tov.27... 


96 




5 

6 


97 




28 
99 


»t. Simon an& 
St. 9ut>e 


2 Timothy 1 

2 


30 




7y.i5 

u 


81 




3 




* ' 














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6o 



B tCable of Xesaons for 
THovember 







1 

MORNING PRAYER j 


EVENING PRAYER 




FIRST LESSON 


SECOND LESSON 


FIRST LESSON 


SECOND LESSON 


1 

9 


BU Sainte 


ff^iidomli 

19 


2 Timothy 4..... 
Tiiua 1 


fTitdomn 

Etclus. 1 to V. 14 
2 


Luke 20 V. 27 & 


3 




2110 V. 5 
21 v.5 


/«. 




£«/«#. 1 V. 14 . . 

3 to V. 17.... 

4 to V. 11.... 
5 


8 


22 to v. 31 






3. 


3 V. 17 to V. 

30 

4V.11 

6v.l8&7to 
* V. 11 

9 V. 15 & 10 
to V. 18 

14 to V. 20 . . 

16 V. 17 

18 to V. 15. . 
I 19V.13 

22V.83&23 

tov. 10 
24V.24 

35 


22 V 31 to V 


6 




Philemon 

Hebrews 1 

2&3 tov. 7 

8 V. 7 & 4 to 

V. 14 

4 V. 14 & 5 . 

e i 

7 ' 

1 

8 


64 
22V.64 


7 




23 to V. 26. . 


R 




7v.ll 

10V.18 

15V.9 

17 to V. 20 . . 

18V.15 

21 to ▼. 14 . . 

24tov.24.. 

34V.15 

38V.24&39 

to V. 12 

41 to V. 14 . . 

44 to V. 16 . . 

50 to V. 25 . . 
Barueh 4 to v. 21 
Isaiah 1 to v. 21. 

2 


83 V. 26 to V. 


9 




• 60 
23 V. 50 & 84 


10 




to V. 18 
24V.13 


11 




John 1 to V. 29 . . 


1? 




lv.29 


13 




2 


14 




9 


3 to V. 22... 


1*> 




10 to V. 19. . 
lOv.19 

11 tov. 17.. 

llv.17 

12 


3v.22&4to 


1A 




S9V.13 

42 V. 15 & 43 

to V. 11 
47 to V.12.. 

51 V. 10 

B»ru€h 4 V. 36 & 

5 

Isaiah 1 v. 21... 

3 tov. 16... 

5iov. 18... 

6 


v.5 
4v.5tov.43 


17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 


• 


4 V. 43 & 5 to 




V.24 
5 V.S4 




6 to V. 82... 




13 


6 V. 88 to V. 




James 1 


41 
6V.41 




2 


7 to V. 38... 




4V.2 

5V.18 

7tov.l7.... 

8V.18&910 
V. 8 

10 V. 5 to V. 

28 

11 V. 10 & 12 

14 to V. 24... 


3 


7V.32 




4 


8 to V. 31 . . . 




6 


8v.5tov. 18 

9v.8&10to 
V.5 
11 to V. 10 . . 
1 

13 


8v. 31 




1 Peter 1 to v. 22 

1 V. 22 & 2 

tov. 11 

2v.ll&3to 

V.8 
3V.8&4 to 


9 to V. 39. . . 




9 V. 39 & 10 




tov. 88 
lOv.28 


£9 




17 


11 tov. 17.. 


'^/N 
O'-- 


St* Bnbrew 




V.7 


Diqit 


Udb^GooQ 



6t 



H XCable of Xessons for 
December 


CALENDAR 


EVENING PRAYER 


EVENING PRAYER 


FIRST LBSSON 


SECOND LESSON 


FIRST LESSON 


SECOND LESSON ' 

i 


1 

2 
3 
4 

5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
81 




Isaiah 18 


1 Peter 4 V. 7 

5 

2 Peter 1 


Isaiah 19 to v. 16 
21 toT. 13... 

22v. 16 

24 

26 to v. 20... 
28 to .v. 23... 
30 to V. 18... 
31 


John 11 V. 17 tov. 




19V.16&20 
22 to V. 15... 
23 


47 
11 v. 47 & 12 

to V.20 
12V.20 

13 to V. 21... 

13v. 21. 






2 




25 


3 




26 V. 20 & 27 

29 


lJohnl&2toV.7 

2 V. 7 to V. 18 
2V.18 

3 tov. 16 

3v. 16&4to 
V. 7 

4 V. 7 


14 


. • 


15 ' 




30v. 18 

32 


16 1 




33 


17 

18 to V. 28... 
18V.28 

19 to V. 25... 
19V.25 

20 to V. 19... 

aOv. 19 

21 




34 

40 to V. 12... 

41 to V. 17... 

42 to V. 18... 
43V.8 

44 ^. 21 & 45 

tov. 8 
46 


35 




40v. 12 

41 V. 17 

42V.18&43 
tov. 8 

44 to V. 21... 

45 V. 8 

47 




5 

2 John 







3 John 




Jude 




Revelation 1 

2 tov. 18 

3 V. 7 




48 


49 to V. 13... 

50 ; 

52 to V. 13... 
64 

56 


Revelation 2 v. 
18 & 3 to V. 7 
4. 




49 V. 13 

51 

52v. 13&53 

55 




6 


6 




7 


8 


$it, Ubomas 


10 


11 

14 

18 

19v. 11 

21 to V. 15... 

22 V. 6 

^1 




57 


12 


58 




59 


15 


60 


Cbrt0tma0•^al^ 

St. Stepben 

BU 5obn £vanaeli0t 

Innocent? 


61 

63... 


19 to V. 11... 

20 

21 V. 15&22 


1 
I 

62 

64 & 65 tov. 

1 8 
' 66 




65V.8 




"^^' ? r^r-.^/ 












y ' 



62 



tCablce of Xessona of Dol^ Scripture. 

TO BE READ AT MORNING AND EVENING PRATER THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. 

a liable ot p¥oper Xessons tot Sun^a^d. 



In Jidvnt 

1 
2 
3 
4 
^ftet Xmas 
1 • 
2 
jtfttr Epiphany 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 

Quinq'uat^sima 
In Ltnt 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 

£af t«r Daf 

Affr Easter 

1 

2 

• 3 

4 

5 

^/t«r Ascension 

fThitsunday 

Trinity 

After Trinity 

1 

2 

. 3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

Vext before Advent 



riKIT LX880N 



Isaiah....! tor. 28 

Stov. 26 

25 

30 V. 8 to 22 

40 to T. 18 

41 toy. 21 

jt 

44 V. 6 to 24 

51 to T. 17 

54 

59 

62 

65 T. 8 

Jeremiah* •••5 v. 10 

35 

Lam 1 to V. 17 

Jeremiah' .7 toT. 21 

Ezekiel 14 

18 V. 20 

Micah 6 

Zcch 13 

Isaiah 53 

Exod 12 to y. 29 

Isaiah.. .43 to v. 22 

Hosea 13 to v. 15 

Joel 3v.9 

Micah 5v. 2 

Zech .8 

Joel 2V.21 

Deut 5 

Gen... l&2to V. 4 

3 

18 V. 20 & 9 toy. 20 

37 

43 

49 to T. 29 

Exodus 3 

9v. 13 

- 14 y. 5 

Num. 17 & 18 to y. 8 

23 & 24 toy. 2 

Deut 4 to y. 21 

6 
9 to y. 20 
32 to V. 44 

Joshua 23 

Judges 5 

1 S«mnel 12 

1 Chron..l7to y. 16 

1 Kinffs .. .3 toy. 16 

17 
19 

2 Kings.... 19 V. 8 
Probverbs. ..1 y. 20 

3 to y. 27 

Job 5 

28 
Malacbi 3&4 



8SCOND LESSON 



Luke 1 toy. 26 

1 y. 26 to 57 

ly.57 

3 to y. 23 

2 y. 22 to y. 41 
Murk 1 toy. 16 

Matt 2y, 13 

John ly.29 

Matt 4y.l2 

Luke.. 4 V. 14 to 33 

7 y. 19 to 36 

Mark' 6 to y. 30 

Matt 5 

6 
7 

10 to y. 40 
Luke.... 10 toy. 25 
Mark... 9 V. 2 to 30 

John 5v.l9 

Luke... 21 toy. 37 
Matt 26 

28 

Acts 1 

3 & 4 to V. 5 

4 y. 5 to 32 

5y. 17 

6 

John 17 

Hebrevirs...l2y. 14 
Matt 3 

Acts 8 V. 2 to V. 26 

9 to y. 32 

9y. 32 

11 to y. 19 

14 y. 8 

15 to y. 32 

17 y. 16 

20 V. 13 

24 

26 

Matt .... 18 to V. 21 

19 V. 27 to 20 V. 17 

23 

25 y. 31 

Mark 4 y. 21 

13 

Luke .... 13 to y. 23 

15 

19 toy. 28 

John 3 toy. 22 

7 y. 14 & 8 to y. 2 

8 V. 12 to 37 

9 

10 to T. 31 

11 to y. 46 
15 to y. 17 

16 



riKST LESSON 



Isaiah 2 ta y. 18 

24 
28 y. 9 to 23 

35 

40 y. 18 
42 to y. 17 

44 y. 24 to 45 y. 14 

52 to y. 13 

55 

61 

63 

66 to y. 23 

Jeremiah 14 

36 
Lam 3 toy. 37 

Jeremiah.. 9 toy. 25 

Daniel 1 

3 
5 
6 
9 

Exodus.. 15 toy. 22 

Isaiah...4S toy. 20 

Hosea 14 

Mic.3y.9&4toy.6 

Nahum 1 

Zechariah 10 

Zephaniah...3 V. 8 
Isaiah lOy. 33 & 11 
Genesis 2 y. 4 

6 

15 to y. 19 

42 

45 

SO 

Ex. 5y.S&6toy. 9 

Exodus 11 

17 

Numbers 22 to y. 36 

24 y. 2 

Dent... 4 V. 25 to 41 

8 

lOy.n&lltoy. 10 

33 

Joshua... 24 toy. 29 

Ruth 1 

1 Samuel... 17 v. 20 

2 Samuel 12 to y. 24 
2 Chran . .6 to y. 22 

1 K!ngs....l8v. 17 

2 Kings.'. 5 

2 Chronicles 36 y. 9 
Proyerbs 2 

8 
11 to y. 31 
31 y. 10 
Ecclesiastesll&l 



SECOND LESSON 



Revelation 1 

2 
3 

22 

Hebrews 2 

1 Corinthians 2 

Romans 10 

1 CorinllAans 3 

2 Corinthians 4 

5 
Galatians 2 

3 
Ephesians .1 

2 

3 



5y. 15&6toy.l0 

Romans 14 

Philippians 1 

3 & 4 to y. 2 

John 11 y. 47 & 12 to 

y. 20 

Acts ...^y. 22 

1 Cor .... 15 to V. 23 

Colossians 1 

3 & 4 to V. 2 

lTheM.2y. 13 & 3 

4v.l3&5toy.l2 

Heb.4v.l4&5toir.ll 

Acts 19 toy. 11 

IJohn 5 

1 Peter 5 

2 Timothy 2 

3 

Philemon 

Hebrews...lOv. 19 

Romans 5 

Hebrey^s 12 to y. 16 
13 to y. 22 

James 1 

2 
3 
4 
5 

1 Peter 1 

2 

3 

Ephesians... 6 y. 10 

1 Timothy 6 

2 Peter 1 

2 to y. 20 
3 

1 John I & 2 toy. 7 

2y. 7 
3 
4 

2 John 

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H tXaDle ot proper Xcssons tor Dol? S>asd. 



HOLT DAYS. 



8t. Andrtv 

Sr. Thomai 

NaHvitj 

St. Sttphtn 

St.John 

H»h Innofnts • • • 

Circumcision 

Eflfhanj • 

C9nv$rti»H of 

St, Paul... 

Purification of 
tht Virgin Marj. 

8t. Matthias.. ... 

Annunciation of 
tb$ Virgin Mary. 

Monday in Easttr- 
ff^ssk 

Tussday in Easttr- 
fTstk 

St.Mark 

St. Philip and 
Bt. Jamts .... 

Asctnsion T>ay • • • 

Monday in fVhit- 
sun Week... 

Tuesday in Whit- 
sun ff^eek... 

Bt. Sarnahas ... • . 

Bt. John Baptist... 

Bt. Peter 

Bt. James 

Transfiguration .. 

Bt. Bartholomew • . 

Bt. Matthew 

Bt. Michael 

Bt.Luke 

St. Simon and^ 

Bt.Jude.. 

All Saints 



FIKST LSSIO/V. 

Zechariah 6 

2Klne8 6v.8tov.24 

Uaiah 1^ to y. 8 

Genesis • .4 to t. 17 

Bzodoa S3v.7 

Jeremiah 31 to y. 18 
Genesis* .17 to y. 15 
Isaiah 00 

WUdom' 5 

1 Samael 3 

lSamael....2y.27 

Genesis . .8 to y. 16 

Ezodui. .14 to y. 15 

Exodui 15v.22 

Isaiah 62 

Isaiah 61 

2Kinss...2tov.23 

Genesis .11 to v. 10 

Bzekiel....36y.25 
Jeremiah. 31 toy. 10 
Malachi..3toy. 13 
Ezekiel34v.lltol7 
Isaiah... 43 toy. 13 
Ezodus ... .33 y. 12 
GeBe8is....28y.lO 
Isaiah... 52 toy. 13 
Genesi|....32y.24 

EcclesiasticuM . . .38 

to y. 1$ 

n 

Joflhaa***'4toy.l0 
l^ifi/oiii..8toy. 10 



j SECOND LESSON. 

John..! ;.29tov.43 

Mark 16v.9 

Luke ... .2 to y. 15 
Acts .6 & 7 to y. 17 
John.. 13 y. 21 to 36 
Matthew. 18 toy. 15 

Romans 2 y. 17 

Romans .... 11 v. 13 

Acts ... .22 to y. 22 

Gal.3y.l5&4toy.8 
John 6v.47 

Luke.. ly. 39 to 57 

Luke....24tov. 13 

John 21 toy. 15 

Mark... .1 toy. 21 

John..6y.22tov.59 
Luke 24 V. 44 

I Cor 14y.a0 

Acts...2y. 12to22 

Acta 4y.23 

Matthew 3 

John 21 

Luke 9v.46 

2Cor 3 

John lv.43 

Luke 6 y.27 

Acts.... 12 toy. 24 
Lttke 1 toy. 24 

John 14y. 15 

Hebrews... 11 V. 32 
& 12 to y. 7 



EVENING. 



riftST LESSON. 



Isaiah 55 

Isaiah ...48 toy. 12 
Isaiah 7 y.lO toy. 17 
2Chr.24T.15toy.26 

Isaiah 6 

Zechariah.8 to y. 9 

Deut 10v.l2 

Isaiah... 49 toy. 14 

Jeremiah. .Ito y. H 

HasKai...2toy. 10 
Isaiah 22 y. 15 

1 Samuel.. 2 toy. 11 

Exodus • . .14 V. 15 

Isaiah 4 

EzekieL.l toy. 15 

Proverbs. 11 toy. 12 
Daniel.7v.9tov.l5 

Numbers... 11 V. 21 
to V. 31 

Ezekiel..37toy.l5 

Isaiah... 40 toy 12 

Malachi.3v.l3&4 

Zechariah 3 

Jeremiah .26 toy. 16 

Ezodus.... 34 V. 29 

Micah 4 toy. 8 

lChr...29to*.20 

Diiniel 10 y. 4 

Ezekiel..47toy.l3 

Jeremiah 3y.l2 to 20 
Wisdom.. 5 to y.n 



SECOND LESSON 



John. 12 V. 20 toy. 42 

John 14 to V. 15 

Titus.... 2 V. 11 &3 

to V.9 

Acts 7y.37 

2 John 

Markl0y.13toy.28 

Coiossians 2 

Luke.. 3 y. 15 to 23 



Acts. 



.26 



1 John 3 to v.9 

1 John .2v.l5 

John 1 to V. 19 

i 
Mark 16 ' 

John 21v.l5 { 

Acts..l2v.24&13 
to y. 14 

Acts 15 to V. 32 

Ephe8ians.4tov. 17 

1 Corinthians ...12 

Galatians 5 | 

Acts.... 13 V. 43 & 

14 toy. 19 

Matthew. 14 tov. 13 

Acts....4v.8to23 

Mark.. Iv. 14 to 40 

Matthew.l7tov. 14 

1 Peter..lv.22&2 

tov. 13 

Mark 2v.l3 

Rey....l4v.6&15 

Acts 1 toy. 15 



Jode. 
Rev.. 



.19 toy. 17 



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a {Table of proper Xessone for tbe £ve0 
of Holi? 2)ai20 



St. Andrew 

St. Thomai 

Nativity 

***Circamci8ion 

Epiphany 

Conversion of St. Paul 

Purification of tlie Vir- 
gin Mary 

St. Matthias 

Annrnciation of the Vir- 
gin Mary 

St. Mark 

St. Philip and St. James 

Ascension Day 

St. Barnabas 

St. John Baptist 

St. Peter 

St. James 

Tr ansfiKuration 

St. Bartholomew 

St. Matthew 

St.Michael 

St. Luke 

St. Simon and St. Jude. . 
All Saints 



FIRST LESSON 



Genesis 12 to . 10 

lEsdraii, 33 to V. 47 

Isaiah 60 

Joshua 5 V. 2 to V. 10 

Isaiah 49V.H 

1 Samuel 9 v. 12 and 10 to v. 2 

Exodus 13 V. 14 

1 Kings 2 V. 26 to V. 36 

Isaiah 7 V. 10 to v. 17 

Jeremiah 36 to V. 11 

2 Esdras 2 v. 10 to V. 33 

1 Kings lOtov. 10 

2 EsdraMiv. 33 to V. 48 

1 Kines21 V. 17 

Ezekiel 3 v. 4 to v. 15 

2 Chronicles 24 v. 17 to v. 23 . 

Daniel 7 v. 9 to v. 15 

Genesis 27 V. SO to V. 41 

Judges 6 V. 11 to V. 30 

Daniel 12 

Isaiah 49 to v. 13 

EttUslastUuM 2 

EetUilaMtlcus4A 



SECOND LESSON 



1 Corinthians 4 to v. 16 

St. John 11 to V. 16 

St. Matthew 1 v. 18 

PhilippiansS 

St. John 2 to V. 13 

Galatians 1 

Hebrews 7 or St. Luke 2 ▼. 41. . . . 
St. Matthew 18 v. 7 to v, 21 

Philippians 2 v. 5 to v. 12 

Acts 15 V. 36 to V. 41 

St. John 14 to V. 15 

Romans 8 v. 26 

Acts 12 V. 24. and 13 to v. 14 ... 

St. Matthew 11 tov. 16 

Acts 3 ; 

St. Matthew 10 to V. 16 

2 St. Peter 1 v. lOtoV. 19 

St. Luke 11 V. 33 to v. 37 

St. Luke 19 to v. 11 

St. Matthew 18 v. 10 to v. 20 or 
Hebrews 2 v. 2 to v. 10 

2 Timothy 4 to V. 11 

St. Luke 9 to v. H 

Revelation 21 



P** St. Stephen, St. John Evangelist and Holy Innocents have no Eves. 



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H TTable of proper Xcssons tor tbe tf ortg Dags of Xent, 

AND FOR THE ROGATION AND EMBER-DA VS. 
WHICH MAY BE U8ED IN FLACE OT THOSE APPOINTED IN TH« CALENDAR. 



Lent. 

1. jlshff^edneiday 

2. Thursday 

3. Friday 

4. Saturday . 



MORNING. 



FIRST LESSON 



Isaiah 58 

Genesis 6 v. 5 

15 to V. 19 
Numbers 20 to v. 14 



First Sunday in Lent. 
S.Monday Deut. • • -H to ' 

6. Tuesday ^4 

7. Wednesday 

Ember-day' • 

8. Thursday 

9. Friday 

Ember-day' • 
10. Saturday 

Ember-day' ■ 

Second Sunday in Lent. 



Ezekiel2&3tov.l0 
1 Samuel 15 to v. 24 

Ezekiel 33 to v. 21 

Ezekiel 34 to v, 17 



11. Monday. 

12. Tuesday 

13. Wednesday . 

14. Thursday . . 

15. Friday 

16. Satarday 



1 Kings.. 18 to V. 17 

21 to V. 21 

2 Kings . • ■ 5 V. 15 

25 to V. 22 

Nebemiab 1 

9v.24 



Third Sunday in Lent. 



17. Monday. 

18. Tuesday 

19. Wednesday . 

20. Tfavrsday . . • 

21. Friday 

22. Saturday 



Isaiah • 



.5v 



20 
25 

28 v.5ioT,23 

42 to V. 17 

55 

Jeremiah • 2 to v. 14 



Fourth Sunday in Lent. 



23. Monday 

24. Tuesday . • • 

25. Wednesday 

26. Thursday . 

27. Friday 

28. Saturday .'. 
Fifth Sunday in Lent 



Jeremiah. .4 to v. 19 

6v.l9 

9 to V. 17 

Lam 3tov.22 

Ezekiel 8 



29. Monday 

30. Tuesday . • • 

31. Wednesday 

32. Thursday . 

33. Friday 

34. Saturday . . 
Sixth Sunday in Lent 

35. Monday 

"Before Eatter 

36. Tuesday 

"Before Easter 

37. fTednesday 

Before Easter 

38. Thursday 

Before Easier 

39. Good Friday." 

40. Easter Even"' 
The Rogation Days 
Monday 
Tuesday 
Wednesday 



Leviticus 1 



4v. 13 to 22 

16toT.20 

Numbers .21 to V. 10 

Isaiah 1 toy. 21 



SECOND lesson. 



Luke 15 totv. 11 

Matt -i to T.18 

6 V. 17 to V. 3:^ 

6 to V. 19 

7 to V. 15 

8 to y. 18 

13 V. 44 
llv.16 

16 V. 6 to T. 21 

17 V. 14 

18v.23 
25 V. 14 to V, 31 

Mark 4 to v. 21 

9 V. 14 to V. 30 
10 V. 17 toy. 32 
Luke 7v. 36 

10 V. 25 to V. 38 

13 to V. 18 

16 V. 19 

17v.20 

18 V. 31 
John ... .3 to V. 22 

8 V. 12 to V. 30 
8y.48 
lOv. 22 

14 V. 15 

15 V. 16 
16y.l6 

Hebrews 10 to ▼. 19 
Ephesians.2tov.ll 
Hebrews 5 

9 to T. 15 
1 Peter... 1 tor. 22 
Romans . ..8 to v. 18 



EVENING. 



Isaiah . • .56 to v. 9 

Isaiah .... 5 to v. 8 

Gen.37v.12toY.29 

14 

22 to V. 19 

49 V. 28 & 50 

tov.l4 

Deuteronomy 8 

1 Kings 8v.^tov.41 

Jeremiah 14 

The Ember-Days in Whitsun-Week 

Wednesday I Isaiah .... 6 to y. 9 

Friday ,_ 61 

Saturday I Ezekiel .13 to ▼. 17 

The Ember-Days in Septemb er . 

Wednesday I Deut -18 v. lo 

Friday 2 Kings ••2tov.^ 

Saturday I Hosea 4 tov. 10 

The Ember-Days IN December. 

Wednesday Jeremiah .^ to r. 16 

Friday . ^«o^tS 

Saturday.... Malachi ..d tov. lo 



Luke 19v.41 

Mark....l2tov.l3 

Matt..... 26 toy. 17 

Mark.. 14v. 12 to 26 

John... 18 

Act»....2y.22to32 

Mark 4v.26 

Luke... 11 toy. 14 
John6v.24tov. 41 

Luke.6y.12tov.24 
10 to V. 25 
12 tov. 13 

Acts 1 tov. 10 

4 to V. 13 
4v.13tov.24 



John ' 



first lesson. 



second lesson. 



Lukel2v.35tov.49 



GcResi» . .3 to v. 29 

7v. 11 

Numbers.Hto v.25 

Deut 6 to v. 16 

15 to V. 12 
Joshoa 23 

Ezekiel 3 v. 10 

2 Samuel. 12 to v. 24 

Ezekiel.. 34 to v. 17 

37 to V. 15 

1 Kfng9l8v 17iov.41 

2 Kings. . 5 to v. 15 

17 to v. 19 

Ezra 9 

Nebemiab .9 to v. 24 
Isaiab....5v. 8to20 

34toy.l6 
26 tov. 14 
35 
49 to V. 18 
62 
Jeremiab....3v. 12 

5 tov. 19 

6 tov. 18 
17 to V. 15 

Lam..3v. 22tov.37 

Ezekiel 9 

Hosea 14 

Leviticus 

4 to V. 13 

8 tov. 18 

16v. 20 

Exodus ■...29 v. ~~ 

Zechariah ..8 



Jeremiah..7 tov. 17 

Genesis.. .4 to v. 16 

Micah ....7 tov. 8 

Exodus. .16 to V. 16 

Isaiah.52y. 13&53 

40 tov. 12 

Deut. ... 28 to V, 15 

Isaiah 64 

Habakkuk 3 

Jeremiah...31 V. 27 

42 to V. 13 

Ezekiel.. 14 tov. 12 

1 Kings. .13 tov. 37 
Jer...6v. 8tov.20 
Micah 3v.5 

Jeremiah... 23 V. 16 

Malachi 2 

3v.l3&4 



Luke ._15 V. 11 

Matt otov: 17 

5v.33 
6v. 19 

7v.l5 

9|0Y. 18 

ITtaothy 3 

Maac. . . .12 to v. 22 

1 Tinotby 5 

Tittt*. 1 

Matt 25 tov. 14 

25v.31 

Mark 8 v, 27 

9v.33 

Luke 4 tov. 14 

S V. 4 to 16 

12T.22to^.41 

16 to V. 13 

17T.6tov.20 

18 tov. 15 

John 1 T. 19 to V. 35 

S tov. 12 

Sv. 31 tov. 48 
10tov.l9 

14 tov. 16 

15 tov. 16 

16 to V. 16 

17 

Heb.lOv.l9tov.31 
Ephesians...2y.ll 

Hebtews 8 

9v. 15 

Revelation 5 

Ronans 8 v. 18 



Mark.. 11 V. 12 to 20 

Matt 23v.29 

Acta Iv. 15 

John...6v.47to64 

Phil 2 tov. 12 

Hebrews. .4 tov. 12 

James .... 1 to v. 18 
4 
5 

1 Corinthians Iv. 18 

2 
9v.7 

2 Corinthians • • • .4 

5 
Heb...l3v.7tov.22 

Ephesians 4 to v. 17 

1 Thessalonians . .5 

2 Timothy 1 



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H ICaWc of proper Xcesone for 
Special ^ccaeione 



Moraine or Evenine Prayer when Confirmation is to be a4mini8tered . 

MorninK Prayer when an Ordination is to follow: 

To the Diaconate 

To the Priesthood 

When the Consecration of a Bishop is to follow 

Settine apart a Lay Reader ^ 

Setting apart a Deaconess 

Admission of a Chorister .' 

MeetinKs of Diocesan Conventions 

At the Laying of a Corner Stone 

Opening of a Church on 'an Occasion other than its Canonical Conse 
cration 

At a.Burial when the Prayer Book Office is not said 

At the Burial of a Child 

Missionary Meetings 



National and Skate Festivals 

National and State Fasts 

For the Close of the Year 

For the Beginning of the Year 

Meetings in the Interest of Young Men 

Children's Services 

Meetings in the Interest of Christian Education.. 

For Servkes in the Interest of Temperance , 

For Services in the Interest of Charitable Societies 
For Services in the Interest of Social Welfare . . . . , 



Isaiah 11 to v. 6. 
Acts 19 to V. 8. 

Isaiah 6 to V. 11. 
Mark 10 V. 32 to v. 46. 

Ezekiel 33 to v. 12. 

2 Cor. 6 V. 11 and 6 to V. 11 

Isaiah 61. 
2 Timothy 2. 

Joel 2 V. 28. 
Matthew 28. 

2 Kings 32 ▼. 8. 

Luke 23 V. 55 and 24 to v. 11. 

2 Chronicles 5 v. H. 
Colossians 3 v. 12 to v. 18. 

Isaiah 60. 

1 Corinthians 12. 

Isaiah 28 v. 14 to v. 23. 
1 Peter 2 to v, 11. 



2 Chronicles 7 V. 11. 
John 4 to V, 27. 

1 Thessalonians 4 v. 18. 

2 Samuel 12 v. 15 to V. 24. 
Revelation 7 v. 9. 

Isaiah 40 to v. 12. 
Isaiah 42 to v. n. 
Isaiah 43 to V. 22. 
Isaiah 49 to v. 14. 
Isaiah 52. 
Luke 10 to V. 25. 
John 10 to V. 19. 
Acts 1 to V. 15. 
Acts 11 to V. 27. 
Romans 10 to v. 16. 

Deuteronomy 33. 
Matthew 22 v. 15 to v. 23. 

Daniel 9 ▼. 8 to v. 20. 

1 Peter 2 v. n. 

Ecclesiastes 3 to v. 16. 
Philippians 3. 

Ecclesiastes 11 to v. 9. 

2 Peter 8 V. 8. 

Ecclesiastes 11 v. 9 and 12. 
1 John 2 V. 7 to v. 18. 

Proverbs 8 to v 27. 
Ephefiians6 to v. 21. 

Proverbs 1 to V. 20. 
Luke 2 V. 40. 

Proverbs 23 v. 19. 

Galatians 5 v. 16 and 6 to v. 8. 

Deuteronomy 15 v. 7 to v. 12. 
Matthew 25 V. 81. 



Isaiah 58 to V. 13. 
Luke 10 



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A TABLE OF HYMNS, 



OoMFBisiNO Appbopbiatb Sblbotions for Bysbt Sundat Aino Holt Dat, and chosen, aa 

FAR AS F088IBLS, IN HARMONT WITH THE GOSPBL FOR THB DaT. 



The principle upon which the hvmns have been selected has been, first, to choose aach hymns 
to be sung after the Collects as will best express the leading thought of the Gospel for the Day. 
and secondly, that the other hrmns shall illustrate the subsidiary meanings of the Oospel, and be 
in harmony with the season of the year. 

It is recognized that. in many Churches the entire number of hymns here set forth may not be 
used, and that anthems may often be substituted at certain portions of the service ; yet it is easier 
to omit than select, and therefore i full selection has been made, even for days that are little 
obeeryed, such as Monday and Tuesday in Whitsnn-week. 

COXPILBD BZFBB88LY FOR THB AmBRICAN ChURCH AlMANAC AND YbAR BoOK, 





Morning Prater and 
Holt Communion. 


Etening Prater. 




Bat. 








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i 
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/ 


g 


d 






• 


£ 


i 


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1 


1 


! 


i 


i 


1 


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1 


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First Sunday in | 
Advent f 


817 


816 


89 


37 


857 


88 


45 


846 


40 


848 


42 


Death. 


Second Sunday in i 
Advent f 


85 


284 


48 


41 


236 


82fl 


47 


86 


288 


83 


679 


Judgment. 


Third Sunday in 
Advent 


894 


168 


186 


•174 


88 


50S 


48 


419 


818 


352 


645 


Hell. 


Fourth Sunday in 

Advent 

Christmas-day 


46 


44 


406 


405 


408 


402 


898 


48 


47 


407 


48 


Heaven. 


51 


49 


60 


52 


67 


54 


68 


59 


819 


60 


61 


The Incarnation. 


St. Stephen 


507 


145 


60 


174 


816 


51 


179 


145 


59 


174 


54 


jThe Stoning of the 
Prophets. 


St.JohntheEvan-X 
gellflt / 


507 


146 


264 


174 


61 


874 


179 


146 


54 


174 


178 


The Incarnate God— 
- The Rebuke to St. 
Peter. 


The Innocents 


452 


147 


61 


174 


567 


576 


540 


147 


658 


54 


560 


JThe Slaughter of the 
Innpcents. 


Sunday af terl 
Christmas ) 


284 


61 


49 


53 


225 


491 


888 


55 


64 


51 


478 


The Word. 


New Year's Eve 














418 


621 


203 


421 


667 


jEnd of the Year— 
} Amendment of Life. 
















Circumcision 


518 


149 


821 


822 


484 


48J 


609 


148 


450 


458 


442 


Circumcision— Baptism. 


Second Sunday af- 1 
ter Christmas.. . f 


284 


59 


60 


819 


835 


466 


61 


64 


59 


8 


418 


The Word. 


The Epiphany 

First Sunday after 

Epiphany j 

Second Sunday af- * 

ter Epiphany. .. j 
Third Sunday after! 

Epiphany f 

Fourth Sunday af- 1 

ter Epiphany.. . 


823 


65 


62 


6« 


63 


64 


324 


68 


487 


423 


825 


Christ made Manifest. 


467 


69 


425 


381 


65 


33S 


450 


649 


30 


542 


19 


Christ among the Doc- 
tors. 


888 


70 


281 


67 


225 


669 


823 


76 


498 


66 


629 


j Miracle at Cana in GaU- 

1 lee. 


65 


836 


888 


672 


335 


506 


465 


416 


606 


634 


11 


The Faith of the Cen- 
turion. 


616 


71 


681 


81 


481 


462 


504 


810 


306 


809 


12 


Christ's Power over the 
Winds and Evil Spirits. 


Fifth Sunday after 
Epiphanv j 

Sixth Sunday after ) 
Epiphany f 


476 


72 


185 


tl98 


224 


4U 


3S5 


459 


678 


180 


656 


Tares amidst the Wheat. 


405 


183 


876 


89 


857 


829 


676 


879 


88 


87 


825 


j False Prophets and the 
1 Second Advent. 



• Yertea 1, 12, 19, and 80 only. 



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Day. 



Septaagesima 

Sexagesima 

Quinqaa^esima 

Aeh- Wednesday 

Firt.t Sunday in j 

tent r 

Second Sunday in } 

• Lent i 

Third Sunday in | 

Lent..V ) 

Fourth Sunday in | 

Lent f 

Fifth Sunday in I 

Lent ) 

Sunday next be- i 

fore Eaeter ) 

Monday before) 

Ea«ter I 

Tuesday b e f o r e (^ 

Easter ) 

Wednesday before I 

Easter f 

Thursday before 

EaKter . . 
Gi>od Friday 

Easter-Even 

Easter-day 

Monday in Easter- i 

week ...» f 

Tuesday in Easter- i 
week ) 

First Sunday after I 
Easter j" 

Second Sunday af- 1 
^r Easter j 

fhiid Sunday after ( 
Easter j 

Fourth SuT>day af- 1 
ter Easter j 

Fifth Sunday after \ 
Easter j" 

Ascension day 



^^ 



Sunday after As- 1 
censlou-day.... j" 

Whitsunday 



Monday In Whit- (. 

sun-week ) 

Tuesday in Whit- 1 

sun-week j 

Trinity Sunday . . . 
First Sunday after { 

Trinit}' f 

Second Sunday af- 1 

ter Trinity j 



MOBNING PRAYBR AND 

Holy Comiiunion. 



618 



874 372 

288 134 



879 



458 

400 
261 
86 

347 



843 
345 
860 
488 
93 
604 
101 
232 

456 
123 

121 

114 

121 

413 

434 

474 

459 
132 
450 

877 

876 

877 
18' 
887 

294 



EvENiNO Prayer. 



112 



490 



516 



83f3 :s02 



341, 



4M| 
38i;' 

un 



23: -84 

S5-.I 103 

im 124 

n- 117 

iM m 

n-; 116 

ni 116 

67^1 357 



m\ fti2 

4Q:. 1.53 

I'i'^ 127 

ST'i o81 

1H:> :^75 

m< !34 

Viy 1 

24£ '-"es 

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Subject. 



The Labourers in the 
Vineyard. 
The Sower and the Seed. 
Light to the Blind. 
Fasting. 

Our Lord's Temptation. 

I The Woman of Syro- 

) phenicia. 

) The Casting out of 

1 Devils. 

i The Feeding of the Five 

I Thousand. 

j " Before Aljrah am was, 

) lam." 

Christ's Royal Entry. 
Our Lord's Passion. 
Our Lord's Passion. 
Our Lord's Passion. 

The Holy Eucharist. 

The Cross. 
The Burial. 
The Hesurrection. 

j The Two Disciples on 

1 the Road to Emmaus. 

i Christ's Appearance to 
-< the Assembled Apos- 

( ties. 

) Faith— The Gift of the 

I Holy Ghost. 

The Good Shepherd. 

f Christ foretdling His 
Resurrection, Ascen- 
sion, and the Mission 

^ of the Holy Ghost. 

\ The Promise of the 

■j Comforter. 

Asking in Christ's Name. 

The Ascension. 

j The Mission of the 

j Comforter. 

) The Gifts of the Holy 

1 Ghost. 

Christ the Light of Life. 

Christ the Door of the 
Sheep. 
The Ever Blessed Trinity 
I Dives and Lazarus— 
i Paradise— Lo"e. 

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Day. 



Third Sanday after I 
Trinity f 

Fourth Sunday af- { 
ter Trinity ) 

Fifth Sunday after / 
Trinity f 

Sixth Sunday after | 
Trinity f 

Seventli Sunday af- 
ter Trinity 

Eighth Sunday af- 
ter Trinity 

Ninth Sunday after [ 
Trinity ) 

Tenth Sunday af- 1 
ter Trinity f 

Eleventh Sunday I 
alXer Trinity.... ) 

Twelfth Sunday af- { 
ter Trinity 1 

Thirteenth Sunday I 

after Trinity.... \ 
Fourteen thSunday j 

after Trinity.... j 
Fifteenth Sunday i 

after Trinity.... f 
Sixteenth Sunday I 

after Trinity f 

Seventeenth Sun- I 

day after Trinity f 

Eighteenth Sun-) 
day after Trinity f 

Nineteenth Sun-/ 
day after Trinity j 

Twentieth Sunday ( 
after Trinity.... ( 

Twenty-first Sun- 1 
day after Tiinity f 

Twenty - second | 
Sunday after v 
Trinity ) 

Twenty-third Sun- 1 
day after Trinity C 

Twenty- fourth) 
S n n d ay after v 
Trinity ) 

Sanday next be- i 
fore Advent j 

St. Andrew 

St. Thomas 



Morning Prateb and 
Holt Communion. 



285 
139 
616 

389 

412 
284 
672 
488 
347 

438 

498 
425 
335 
»434 
492 

412 

96 
118 
509 

482 

450 

841 

504 

898 
426 



44S 
414 
394 

438 

488 

835 

Hi 

858 

488 



EvBNiNG Prayer. 



137 
141 

887 

689 

466 
294 
137 
490 487 
410 506 
476 482 

442 425 

459 519 

367 483 

489 465 
391 

407 



1 


< 


411 


13 


599 


423 


71 


12 


376 


3-2 


413 


19 


433 


646 


336 


648 


460 


403 


101 


33 


439 


12 


443 


15 


668 


340 


342 


82 


325 


627 


660 


495 


607 


76 


670 


82 


672 


679 


7 


581 


344 


672 


149 


19 


610 


623 


606 


656 


420 


174 


491 


174 



S0BJBCT. 



J The Lost Sheep and 

\ Piece of Silver. 

j Measure for Measure — 

I Self- Examination. 

i The MiraculousDraaght 

"/ of Fishes. 

i Our Ria:)^teou8iieB8 to 

■< Exceed that of .the 

f Scribes and Pharisees. 

j The Feeding of the 

j Four 'J'bousand. 

False Prophets. 
The Unjust Steward. 

The Fall of Jerusalem. 

j The Pharisee and the 
) Publican -Humility. 
\ The Healing: of the Man 
< with an Impediment 
/ of Speech. 

The Good Samaritan. 



jThe Healing of the 
\ Ten Lepers. 

Christ the Only Master. 

J Raising of the Son of 
) the Widow of Nain. 
i Healing on the Sabbath 
) —The Chief Seats. 
i Great David's Greater 
•< Son — The Summary 
f of the Law. 
jThe Man Sick of the 
1 Palsy. 

The Marriage Feast. 

j The Healino; of the No- 
I blenian^s Son. 

Mutual Forgiveness. 

iThe Superscription on 
} the Penny. 

The Ruler's Daughter. 

( The Feeding of the Five 

-< Thousand— the End 

( of the Year. 

i The Call of Andrew and 

■) Peter. 

S The Conversion of 

) Thomas. 



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Day. 



ConTeraion of St.\ 
Paul / 

The Purification.. . 

St. Matthias 

The A u nun elation. 

St. Mark 

St. Philip and St.\ 

James / 

St. Barnabas 

St. John Baptist. . 

St. Peter 

St. James 

The Transflffnra-X 

tion of Christ.../ 

St. Bartholomew.. 

St. Matthew 

St. Michael and\ 
All Angels / 

St. Luke 

St. Simon and St.\ 

Jnde / 

All Saints' Day 

Thanksgiving Day.. 

The Dedication i 

Festival i 

Harvest Home 

Confirmation^ 

Ordination 

Holy Matrimony . . 
Burial of tbe Dead. . 



KoBxasa Pratsb and 
Holt CoMxuirioN. 





6 


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I 


S 


a 


I 


1 


£ 


5 



507 



153 



150 



434 

597 

437 
438 

438 

it: -159 

Ifi:^ 410 
16 I JI48 

ITS 492 

na (38 

17n J 31 
ISr^ 446 

• ■ 4W 
SK> 456 
SI J '^4 

S3; m 

214 406 



S»4 491 



220 



180 



aeo 



491 



44S 



651 

41S 

177 

48S 
67f 

808 

649 

358 

4oe 

474 

491 

8»f 
458 



466 



218 491 

456 491 

412 23P 

667 679 



BvKNiNQ Pratsb. 



172 



173 

1174 

193 



190 



^ i 



(£ 



640 174 

43;] I 



SUBJICT. 



176, 



174 
319 



174 12 



174 

Tii 174 

t^r^ j74 

'I'i >74 
J-.i i74 



a. 1 1 



4':;.' 69 



2'M 174 



177 
461 



44 

47^ 477 



\ The Pr« -raise to those 
'( that follow Christ. 
I i The Obedience to the 
518, ■{ Law by Christ and 

( the R V.Mary. 
84l!The Yoke of Christ. 
The Aiinnnciation. 
The Royal Aspect of 
Christ— The Viue and 
the Bi-iuichef. 
Christ the Way, the 
Truth, and the Life. 
4.W;c'hri»t th«- Consoier. 
i^q! t The Presentation of St. 
^'*^1 John. 



2341 



387 



433 



475 



St. Peter's Confession. 
The Mother's Ambition. 

The Trantflgnration. 

Hnmility. 

) The Son of Jlan— The 
) Call of St. Matthew. 
S The Aijgels of Little 
■/ Children. 
I The Sacrificial At?j)ect 
< of Christ— The Mis- 
/ sion of the Seventy. 
\ The Servant not Greater 
) than his Lord. 
The Beatitudes. 
The Royal Law. 

Eucharistic. 

I Christ the LoK^ ^f the 
) Harvest. 

jThe Gift of the Holy 

I Ghost. 

Veni Creator Spiritns. 
The Marriage of the Lamb. 
Christ onr Refuge. 



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IV, u^ X1U. lis miuu 

§ Omit 2d verse. 



Impropriate verse ; if not an Apoetle, No. tfS. 
" Verses 1, 19, and 20 only. 



SUITABLE HYMNS IN PLACE OF GLORIA IN EXCELSIS. 

[The parentheses denote that Gloria in Excelsis is to be used except when the day happens to 
be included in one of the penitential seasons.] 



tat Snnday in Advent 219 

2d Sunday in Advent 221 

3d Snnday in Advent 223 

4th Sunday in Advent 22« 

Septoa^esima 229 

Sexasresima 230 

Qninqnaeresima i!32 

Ash- Wednesday 233 

1st Snnday in Lent S85 



2d Snnday in Lent ... 236 

8d Snnday in Lent 412 

4th Sunday in Lent 466 

.'ith Sunday in Lent 447 

Sunday next before Easter.. 448 

Monflnv before Easter 451 

Tuesdav before Easter 480 

Wednesday before Easter. . 488 



St. Andrew (348) 

6t. Thomas (484 » 

Conversion of St. PauL .(489) 

The Purification (448) 

Rt. MatthiaH '444) 

The Annunciation (141 ) 

St. Philip and St. James (886) 
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COMPRISING SELECTIONS FOR EVERY SUNDAY 
AND HOLY DAY, CHOSEN AS FAR AS POSSIBLE IN 
HARMONY WITH THE COLLECT, EPISTLE, AND 
GOSPEL FOR THE DAY. 

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Ist 8. in Advent " While we liave time. " 

" Godliness is great riches." 

2d 8. In Advent •' Not every one.** 

8d 8. in Advent "Do ye not know.** 

4th 8. in Advent.... "Lay not np.*' 
" To do good.** 

Christmas Day ** Remember the words.'* 

** Wlioso hath this world's 
good.'*. 

" All I hings come of Thee.*' 

St. Stephen "Let your light." 

St. John "Whoso hath this world's 

good.** 

Holy Innocents " Let your light.** 

8- Mfter Christmas..." Remember the words.** 

" Godliness is great riches.** 
Cfrcnmcision '* Not every one.** 

" Godliness it* great riches.** 

ad S. after Christmas." To do good." 

" Speak unto.'* 

The Epiphany "Let your light.** 

1st 8. after Epiphany." While we have time.** 

"Charge them who are rich.** 
Sd 8. after Epiphany," Let your light.** 

" God is not unrighteous." 

" To do good.'* 
3d 8. after Epiphany." Give alms of thy goods.** 

"Be merciful." 

"Blessed be the man." 
4th S.after Epiphany." He that poweth little." 
5th S.after Epiphany." Not every one.'* 

" He that soweth little.** 
6th S.after Epiphany." Not every one.'* 
Septuagesima " Whatsoever ye would.*' 

" Godliness ip great riches.*' 

" Who goeth a warfare." 
Sexagesima " If we have sown nntoyou." 

" He that soweth little." 

" Let him that is taught." 

Quinqnagesima " He that hath pity." 

"Blessed be tlie man." 

Ash Wednesday " Lay not up." 

" Zttccheus stood forth.** 

Ist 8. in Lent " While we have time.*' 

" Give alms of thy goods.'* 

8d 8. in Lent "Not every one." 

*' Blessed be the man.** 



3d 8. in Lent " Not every one." 

" While we have time.*' 

4th 8. in Lent " Remember tUe words." 

" Who.«*«> hath this world's 
good." 

6th 8. in Lent " Let your light." 

" Not f very » ne."' 
8. before Easter. . . . . " Remember the words." 
" Let him that i.** laught." 
Mon. before Easter. . " Whatsoever ye would." 

"Not everyone." 
Tu. before Easter. . . " Be merciful." 
Wed. before Easter.." Remember the words." 
Th. before Easter...." Whoso hath this world's 
good." 

Good Friday "Godliness is groat riches." 

Easter Even "While we have lime." 

Easter Day " Thine, O Lord.*' 

Mon. in Easter W'k i " Not evrry one." 
Tu. in Easter W'k ( " Thine, O Lord." 
1st 8. after Easter. . ." God in not nnrighteons." 
"Thine, O Lord." 

2d 8. after Easter ..." Not every one." 

"Todogcod." 
Sd.S. after Easter. .." Whoso hath this world*8 
good." 

4th 8. after Easter... "All things come of Thee." 
"Let your light." 

6th 8. after Easter. . . " All things como of Thee.** 
" Not every one." 
" Let j'our lighf." 

Ascension Day *.* Thine, O Lord." 

8. after Ascension j "Thine. O Lord." 

Day J " All things oome of Thee." 

Whitsunday " Let your light." 

"Whoso hath this world's 

good." 
" While we have time." 



Mon. in Whitsunj 
Week "j 

Tu. inWhitsnn W'k. 



Trinity Sunday.. 



' Let your light." 

'All things come of Thee.' 

' Not every one." 

' Not every one," 

' Remember the words." 

' Let your light." 

* Thine, O Lord." 



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Whosto hath this world's 

good/' 
Whoso hath this world's 

good." 
Not every one," 
Whatsoever ye would." 
Ye shall not appear." 
4th S. after Trinity. ." Re ttmt hath pity." 
5th S. after Trinity . . " Be merciful,'* 
6th S. after Trinity. . " Whatsoever ye would.'* 
" Zaccht'us stood forth.'- 



1st S. after Trinity.. 
2dS. after Trinity... 

3dS. after Trinity... 



7th S. after Trinity..^ 
8th S. after Trinity.. 
9th S. after Trinity.. 



To do good." 
' Be merciful." 



Not every one." 
Let him that is taught." 
Charge them who are rich." 
Let him that is taught." 
10th S- after Trinity." Lay not up'." 
11th S. after Trinity. "No^ everyone." 

" Zaccheus stood forth." 
12th S. after Trinity." Speak unto." 
13th S. after Trinity. '* He that hath pity." 
'* Blessed be thi*. man," 
" Whopo hath this world's 
good." 
14th S. after Trinity.** Speak nnto the children," 

** Blessed be the man." 
15th S. after Trinity." Speak unto the children." 
" Ye shall not appear." 



St. Barnabas.. 



16th S. after Trinity. 
17th S. after Trinity. 
18th S. after Trinity. 

19th S. after Trinity. 

20th S. after Trinity 
21st S. after Trinity. 

22dS. after Trinity.. 



23d S. after Trinity. . 
«4th S. after Trinity. 

8. before' Advent 



' Blessed be the man." 
' Ye shall not appear." 

* Not every one." 
' While we have time." 
"Blessed be the man." 

* All things- come of Thee." 
" Whatsoever ye would." 

* Blessed be the man," 
"Who goeth a warfare." 
'Whoso hath this world's 

good." 
' He tliat hath pity." 
' All things come of Thee," 
"Whoso halh this world's 

good." 
" Blessed be the man." 
"Whatsoever ye would," 
" Not every one." 
" Ye shjtll not appear." 

St Andrew .... " I*o J'*^ ^^^ know." 

St. Anarew » Let him that is taught." 

Rf TTinmAs " I' we have sown." 

St. Tuomas ^jj ^j^.^^^ ^^^^ ^^ ^jjgg „ 

r " Do ve not know." 
rvntrArflion of 8t " Lethim that is taught." 

P«?r 1 " Who goeth a warfare." 

^**" [ " To do good." 

The Pariacatlon. . . " Ye shall not appear," 

St Matthias " God ib not unrighteous." 

TheAnnunciation..:;Lety^o-^^^^^^^^^ 

St Mark "Thine. O Lord." 

" Let him that is taught." 

St. Philip and St. j ." If we have sown." 
James ( " Do ye notlcnow." 



St. John Baptist.. 
St. Peter 



."Whoso hath this world^i 
good." 

" Blessed be the man." 

*' Ood is not unrighteous.** 

" If we have sown." 
, ." Ye shall not appear." 

" Not every one.'' 

" If we have sown." 



St. James. 



TheTransfigruratioD , 
St. Bartholomew.. 
St. Matthew. 

St. Michael and ) 

All Angels f 

0t. Luke 



St. Simon and St. 
Jade 



All Saints' Day 

Dedication Festival. 



Thanksgiving Day, 
. or Harvest Fes- 
tival 



Confirmation 

Holy Matrimony. 



Ordination . 



Burial of the Dead. 

Consecration of a 

Church 

Instirution of a 
Minister 



,." Do ye not know." 
" Who goeth a warfare." 
"He that soweth little." 
" Thine, O Lord." 

,."He that hath pity." 
" Let your light.'* 
" T<» do good." 

* Let your light." 
' Thine, O Lord.** 

* If we have sown.** 

* Blessed be the man.** 
' Let him that is taught.*' 
'D«» ye not know." 
" If we have sown." 

" God is not unrighteous.'* 

" Let him that is taught." 

" IL- that soweth little.'* 

'* Blessed be the man." 

" If we have sown." 

" Thine, O Lord." 

" To do good." 

"" Godliness is great riches.** 

" God is not unrighteous." 

" If we have sown." 

"To do good." 

" All things come of Thee.'* 

" Remember the words." 

" Ye shall not appear." 

"Speak unto the children.** 

" All th ngs come of Thee.** 

" Let your light.** 

" Not every one." 

"Let your light.'* 

" Lay net up." 

"Give alms." 

"Be merciful." 

" Who goeth a warfare.** 

"Do ye n<»t know." 

" Let him that is taught." 

"Lay not up," 

, " Godliness is great riches.* 



Ember Days. . 



Sermon for the Ex- 
tension of the- 
Church 



Sermon for Chari- 
table Objects. . 



"Thine, OLord." 

" If we have sown." 

" Do ye not know." 

" Let him that is taught.'* 

" Let your light." 

" Who goeth a warfare.** 

"Do ye not know." 

" Let him that is taught.*' 

"Whoso hath this world's 

good." 
" Who goeth a warfare.'* 
"Do ye not know." 
" Give alms." 
" Zaccheus stood forth.*' 
" While we have time." 
"Blessed is the man." 
" Be merciful.'* ^^T^ 

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CHURCH EVENTS. 

Six Bishops of the American Church passed away last year. 
Edward Robert Atwill who ruled the Diocese of Kansas City 
with conscientious care; James Theodore Holly, the scholarly 
Bishop of Haiti ; Alexander Mackay-Smith, who, after serving 
as Bishop Coadjutor, was for a brief period Bishop 
of Pennsylvania; William Paret, learned in canon law and 
faithful Bishop of Maryland ; Alexander Hamilton Vinton, af- 
ter a brief Episcopate in Western Massachusetts, and Ozi Wil- 
liam Whitaker, Bishop of Pennsylvania, who for a term of 
forty-two years in the Episcopate combined the rare qualities 
of Missionary zeal with gentleness of character. 

For the first time in the History of the American Church a 
Bishop of the foreign field has been translated to a Home Dio- 
cese, Sidney Catlin Partridge, leaving Kyoto for Kansas City. 

The revival of Suflfragans in the American Church has led 
to the election of Suffragans for New York, Chicago and 
Pennsylvania. The first Suffragan in the American Church 
was James Kemp. Bishop Claggett had refused to have an 
Assistant Bishop unless he was entitled a Suffragan, and he 
defined his duties under the terms of the Act of Henry VHI, 
and Dr. James Kemp was elected by the Diocese of Maryland 
in 1814 as Suffragan and on the death of Bishop Claggett in 
1816 he succeeded him as Diocesan Bishop without any, fur- 
ther action of the Diocese. 

The Men and Religion Forward Movement has gained great 
impetus during the last twelve months 

The last year is also memorable for the opening of a portion 
of the great Cathedral of St. John the Divine, in New York. 

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IN THE 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 



This Church traces her descent from the Apostles of our 
Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, through the Church of Eng- 
land, to which she has declared herself "indebted, under God, 
for her first foundation, and a loner continuance of nursing care 
and protection,'* and from which, in the preface to her Book 
of Common Prayer, she has formally declared that she is "far 
from intending to depart in any essential point of doctrine, dis- 
cipline, or worship/* 

She now consists of 92 Dioceses, including Panama, and 
Missionary Districts within the United States and its pos- 
sessions, and of II Missionary Districts in foreign coun- 
tries. All these are under the care of iii Bishops using the 
same Liturgy and yielding obedience to the Canons enacted by 
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This Body, which meets trienniallv, is composed of the House of Bishops, consisting' 
of all the Diocesan and Missionary Bishops of the American Church; and of the House of 
Deputies, consisting of four Clergymen and four Lawmen from each Diocese, and one 
Clerical and one Lay Deputy, from each Missionary District within the United States. It 
legislates for the American Church within the limits of the United States, but can make 
no alteration in the Constitution, or in the Book of Common Prayer, unless the same has 
been adopted in blie Convention, and notified to all the Dioceses, and afterward adopted 
in another Convention. 

the Bishop Coadjutor of New Hampshire, 
and the Bishop of Delaware. 



HOUSE OF BISHOPS. 

Presiding Bishop.— The Rt. R<iv. Daniel 
Sylvester Tuttle, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L., 
Bishop of Missouri, St. Louis, Mo. 

Chairman. — The Rt. Rev. Boyd Vincent, 
D.D., Bishop of Southern Ohio, Cincin- 
nati, O. 

Secretary of the House of Bishops. — 
The Rev. Samuel Hart, D.D., Middletown, 
Conn. Office of the Secretary, Church Mis- 
sions House, New York, N. Y. 

Assistant Secretaries. — ^The Rev. George 
Francis Nelson, D.D., New York, N. Y., 
and the Rey. Thomas J. Packard, D.D., 
Rockville, Md. 

Custodian of the Standard Book of Com- 
mon Praver, Historiographer, and Regis- 
trar.— The Rev. Samuel Hart, D.D., Mid- 
dletown, Conn. 

Recorder. — The Rev. Herman Cope Dun- 
can, D.D., Alexandria, Va. 

The next General Convention will meet 
in the ^ity of New York, in October, 19 13. 



Commission on a German Version of the 
Prayer Book. — The Bishop of Nebraska, 
the Bishop of Ohio, the Bishop of Lexing- 
ton; the Rev. Charles T; Seibt, D.D., the 
Rev. Johannes Rockstroh, the Rev. John 
P. Peters, D.D., the Rev. August Ullmann, 
D.D., and Mr. Benjamin W. Wells. 

Commission on a Swedish Version of the 
Prayer Book. — The Bishop of Marquette, 
the Bishop of Minnesota; the Rev. O. A. 
Tofteen, the Rev. C. A. Nybladh, the Rev. 
A. W. Lundelof. the Rev. J. G. Haramers- 
kold; Mr. R. F. Ely, and Mr. J. F. W. 
Woodbury. 

Commission on a Spanish Version of the 
Prayer Book.— The Bishop of the Philip- 
pine Islands, the Bishop of Porto Rico, the 
Bishop of Mexico, and the Bishop of Cuba. 

Commission on a French Version of the 
Ordinal. — The Bishop Coadjutor of South- 
ern Virginia, and the Custodian of the 
Standard Book of Common Prayer. 

Committee to Confer with Swedish Bish- 
ops as to Letters of Transfer. — The Bishop 
of Marquette, the Bishop of Minnesota, and 
the Bishop of North Dakota. 

Committee to Prepare Draft of Canons for 
Missionary Districts. — The Bishop of New 
Mexico, the Bishop of California, and the 
Bishop of Utah. 

Committee to Confer with the Orthodox 
Greek Church. — ^The Bishop of Harrisburg, 



Committee to Confer with the Bishop of 
the Polish Old Catholic Church.— The Bish- 1 
op Coadjutor of Fond du Lac, the Bishop ] 
of Chicago, and the Bishop of Harrisburg. 

Committee on the Subject of a Book of 
Offices.— The Bishop of Texas, the Bishop 
of Kansas, the Bishop of Newark, the Bish- 
op of Springfield, and the Bishop Coadju- 
tor of Fond du Lac. » 

HOUSE OF DEPUTIES. 

President. — The Rev. R. H. McKini, 
D.D., Washington, D. C. 

Secretary of the House of Deputies. — 
The Rev, Henry Anstice, D.D. Office, 
281 Fourth Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Assistant Secretaries. — The Rev. Carroll 
M. Davis, St. Louis, Mo.; the Rev. Wil- 
liam C. Prout, Herkimer, N. Y.; the Rev. 
James G. Glass, Anniston, Ala. 

Treajur^r.— William W. Skiddy. 82 Wall 
St., New York, N. Y. 



Standing Committee on Expenses. — Mr. 
John N. Carpender, the Rev. T. H. Green, 
the Rev. R. B. Drane, D.D., the Rev. Wil- 
liam McCormack, the Rev. F. J. Mynard; 
Mr. Samuel Mather, Mr. W. H. Gibson. 
Mr. P. K. Roots, Mr. W. H. Crocker, Mr. 
H. A. Du Puy, Mr. E. D. Gaston, Mr. E. 
S. Elliott, and Mr. R. A. Sibley. 



JOINT COMMISSIONS AND COMMIT- 
TEES. 

Commission on Ecclesiastical Relations.— 
The Bishop of Western Nfcw York, the 
Bishop of Fond du Lac, the Bishop of 
California, the Bishop of North Carolina, 
the Bishop of Maine, the Bishop of 
Long Island, the Bishop of Pennsyl- 
vania; the Rev. W. H. Vibbert, D.D., 
the Rev. J. S. B. Hodges, D.D., the 
Rev. F. A. De Rosset, the Rev. Lucius 
Waterman, D.D., the Rev. Carroll M. Da- 
vis, the Rev. Henry L. Jones, D.D.. the 
Rev. J. Lewis Parks, D.D., the Rev. J. tt 
Mcllvaine, D.D.. the Rev. J. F. Butter- 
worth; Mr. Henry Chauncey, Mr. William 
Bayard Cutting, Mr. Elbridge T. Gerry, 
Mr. Francis P. Nash, Mr. George E. Cope- 
land, Mr. Bluford Wilson, Mr. W. A. M. 
Van Bokkelen, Mr. F. J. McMaster, and 
Mr. W. H. Lurton. 



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Commission on Christian Unity. — The 
Bishop of West Virginia, the Bishop of 
Pittsburgh, the Bishop of Bethlehem, the 
Bishop of Kansas Citv, the Bishop of At- 
lanta, the Bishop of Tennessee, the Bishop 
of Arkansas, the Bishop of Chicago, the 
Bishop o{t the Philippine Islands; the Rev. 
Tames S. Stone, D.D., the Rev. George S. 
Bennitt, the Rev. R. J. McBride, D.D., the 
Rev. S. D. McConnell, D.D., the Rev. G. 
Woolsey Hodge, the Rev. H. W. Oberly, 
D.D.. the Rev. J. Everist Cathell, D.D., 
the Rev. George C. Hall, D.D., the Rev. 
Lonis C. Washburn, the Rev. James W. 
Ashton, D.D.; Mr. Arthur Ryerson, Mr. 
H. D. Forsyth, Mr. Bernard Carter, Mr. 

A. T. Mahan, Mr. L. Bradford Prince, Mr. 
George W. Pepper, Mr. J. W. Randall, and 
Mr. F. C. Morehouse. 

Commission on a World's Conference of 
All Christian Bodies to Consider the Faith 
and Order of the Church of Christ. — The 
Bishop of Southern Ohio, the Bishop of 
Tennessee, the Bishop of Chicago, the 
Bishop Coadjutor of Fond du Lac, the 
Bishop of the Philippine Islands, the Bish- 
op of New York, the Bishop of Delaware; 
the Rev. W. T. Manning, D.D., the Rev. 

B. Talbot Rogers, D.D., the Rev. Alexander 
Mann, D.D., the Rev. Francis J. Hall, 
D.D., the Rev. W. M. Clark, D.D., the Rev. 
E. L. Parsons; Mr. Seth Low, Mr. J. Pier- 
pont Morgan, Mr. George Wharton Pepper, 
Mr. Samuel Mather, Mr. Francis Lynde 
Stetson, Mr. Edward P. Bailey, and Mr. 
Robert H. Gardiner; with power to add to 
their number. 

Committee on Increase and Efficiency 
of the Diaconate and Other Evangelisttc 
Ministries in this Church. — The Bishop of 
Pittsburgh, the Bishop of Michigan City, 
the Bishop of Louisiana; the Rev. John 
Williams, D.D., the I^ev. C. N. Lathrop; 
Mr. George W. Pepper, Mr. W. A. Rob- 
inson, and Mr. James McConnell. 

Commission on Provinces. — ^The Bishop 
of Albany, the Bishop of West Texas, the 
Bishop of Fond du Lac, the Bishop of Ver- 
mont, the Bishop of Los Angeles; the Rev. 
John Williams, D.D., the Rev. W. M. Gros- 
venor, D.D., the Rev. B. W. R. Taylor, 
D.D., the Rev. E. B. Niver, D.D.; Mr. 
Charles G. Saunders, Mr. J. H. Stiness, 
Mr. F. M. Gilbert, Mr. R. H. Battle, and 
Mr. C. C. Burgwin. 

Joint Commission on Social Service. — . 
The Bishop of Massachusetts, the Bishop of 
Chicago, the Bishop of East Carolina, the 
Bishop of Utah, the Bishop of Michigan; 
the Rev. George Hodges, D.D., the Rev. 
Edward L. Parsons, the Rev. Walter T. 
Sumner, the Rev. J. Howard Melish, the 
Rev. Frank H. Nelson; Mr. Jacob Riis, 
Mr. Samuel Mather, Mr. Gifford Pinchot, 
Mr. Roland I. Morris, and Mr. W. Fel- 
lowes Morgan. 

Joint Commission ^ on the Duty of the 

Church to the Foreign-Born Population. — 

The Bishop of Bethlehem, • the Bishop of 

.California, the Bishop of Duluth, the Bish- 



op of New York, the Bishop Coadjutor of 
New Hampshire; the Rev. John E. Sulger» 
the Rev. Ernest M. Stires, the Rev. Theo- 
dore Sedgwick, the Rev. Charles L. Mai- 
lory, the Rev. Gardiner L. Tucker; Mr. 
John H. Stiness, Mr. D. B. Lyman, Mr. 
Rowland^. Morris, Mr. Asa Bird Gardner, 
LL.D., and Mr. Henry M. Lovering., 

General Board of Religious Education. — 
The Bishop of Bethlehem, the Bishop of 
Connecticut, the Bishop of Chicago, the 
Bishop of Newark; the Bishop of New 
York, the Bishop of Kentucky, the Bishop 
Coadjutor of New Hampshire; the Rev. 
H. L. Duhring, D.D., the Rev. Pascal nar- 
rower, the Rev. Lester Bradner, Ph.D., the 
Eev. Carlton P. Mills, the Rev. W. C. 
Hicks, the Rev. W. W. Smith, the Rev. 
C. H. Young; Mr. W. R. Butler, Mr. R. 
H. Gardiner, Mr. James J. Greenough, Mr. 
Robert E. Anderson, Mr. George W. Jacobs, 
Mr. J. Kirby Mayse, and Mr. W. Fel- 
lowes Morgan. 

Commission on the Status of Theological 
Education in this Church. — The Bishop of 
Tennessee, chairman; the Bishop of Penn- 
sylvania, the Bishop of California, the Bish- 
op of Massachusetts, the Bishop of Con- 
necticut, the Bishop of Minnesota, the ' 
Bishop of Chicago, the Bishop of Virginia, 
the Bishop of New York; the Rev. Wilford 
L. Robbins, D.D., the Rev. Samuel Hart, 
D.D., the Rev. George Hodges, D.D., the 
Rev. A, Crawford, D.D., the Rev. F. A. 
McElwain, B.D., the Rev. W. M. Groton, 
D.D., the Rev. W. C. DeWitt, D.D.; Mr. 
M. W. Seymour, Mr. F. L. Stetson, Mr. 
F. C. Morehouse, Mr. Joseph Packard, Mr. 
C. M. Clement, and Mr. F. J. McMaster. 

Joint Committee on Christian Education. 
— The Bishop of Tennessee, the Bishop of 
Dallas, the Bishop of Spokane, the Bish- 
op of Connecticut, the Bishop of Fond 
du Lac, the Bishop of the Philippine Isl- 
ands, the Bishop of South Carolina; the 
Rev. Endicott Peabody, D.D., the Rev. I. 
McK. Pittinger, D.D., the Rev. B. B. Ram- 
age, the Rev. Paul Matthews, the Rev. J. 
H. McKenzie, the Rev. Beverley E. War- 
ner, D.D., the Rev. Roland Cotton Smith, 
D.D., the Rev. Marmaduke Hare; Mr. 
F. N. Judson, Mr. Hamilton W. Ma- 
bie, LL.D., Mr. Arthur Ryerson, Mr. W. 
B. Hall, Mr. Rodney L. Glisan, Mr. D. W. 
Nellis, and Mr. Thomas Cranage. 

Commission on Archives. — The Bishop of 
Albany, the Bishop of Massachusetts, the 
Bishop of New York; the Rev. Alfred V. 
Baker, D.D., the Rev. Samuel Hart, D.D., 
the Rev. George Y. Bliss, D.D; Mr. J. 
Pierpont Morgan, Mr. Asa Bird Gardiner, 
and Mr. J. Grant Wilson. 

Commission on Revision of Table of Les- 
sons. — The Bishop of Bethlehem, the Bish- 
op of Lcxingfton, the Bishop Coadjutor of 
Albany, the Bishop of Delaware, the Bishop 
of Washington; the Rev. Endicott Peabody, 
D.D., the Rev. Edward A. Larrabee, the 
Rev. D. D. Addison, D.D., the Rev. Angus 
Crawford, D.D. ; Mr. George Wharton Pep- 



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McConnell, Mr. Charles M. Clement, and 
Mr. William A. Robinson. 

Joint Commission on American Churches 
in Europe. — The Bishop of Albany, the 
Bishop of Pittsburgh, the Bishop of Ohio, 
the Bishop of Massachusetts, the Bishop of 
Chicago; the Rev. J. L. Butterworth, D.D., 
the Rev. W. T. Manning,* D.D., the Rev. 
Alex. Mann, D.D. ; Mr. Francis Lynde 
Stetson, Mr. J. Pierpont Morgan, Mr. 
Charles G. Haight, and Mr. Henry Lewis 
Morris. 

Commission on Church Work Among the 
Jews. — The Bishop of Central New York, 
the Bishop of Newark, the Bishop of New 
York; Mr. George Zabriskie, Mr. Burton 
Mansfield, and Mr. Mark Levy. 

Committee of Advice for Church Work- 
ers Among the Deaf. — The Bishop of Long 
Island, the Bishop of Central New York, 
the Rev. A. S. Johns; and Mr. Everett P. 
Wheeler. 

Committee of Advice for the Society for 
Promoting Church Work Among the Blind. 
— The Bishop of Pittsburgh, the Bishop of 
Connecticut; the Rev. W. W. Dame, D.D., 
the Rev. John Hewitt, the Rev. James H. 
Mcllvaine; Mr. Edward S. Elliott, and Mr. 
Rowland Evans. 

Commission on' the Relation of Army and 
Navy Chaplains to the Church. — The Bish- 
op of California, the Bishop of Washington, 
the Rev. R. Cotton Smith, D.D., the Rev. 
Clinton H. Weaver; Mr. John W. Randall, 
and Mr. H. C. Davis. 

The Board of The Seaman's Church In- 
stitute of America. — The Bishop of Cali- 
fornia, the Bishop of Texas, the Bishop of 
Massachusetts, the Bishop of Chicago, the 
Bishop of New York; the Rev, Philo 
Sprague, the Rev. E. B. Niver, the Rev. 
J. A. Emery, the Rev. H. H. Sneed, the 
Rev. A. R. Mansfield; Mr. W. W. Frazier, 
Mr. H. Lewis Morris, Mr. A. B. William- 
son, Mr. Eckley B. Coxe, Jr., and Mr. A. 
T. Mahan. 

Committee to Raise $5,000,000 for the 
General Clergy Relief Fund. — The Bishop 
of Pittsburgh, the Bishop^ of Western New 
York, the Bishop of Ohio, the Bishop of 
Lexington, the Bishop of Los Angeles, the 
Bishop of Sacramento, the Bishop of Colo- 
rado, the Bishop of Mississippi, the Bishop 
of East Carolina; the Rev. J. J. Wilkins, 
D.D., the Rev. J. Lewis Parks, D.D., the 
Rev. J. H. Mcllvaine, D.D., the Rev. 
George Hodges, D.D., the Rev. A. Craw- 
ford, D.D., the Rev. R. W. Plant, the Rev. 
George P. Torrance, the Rev. Fred. 
A. McMillen, the Rev. J. H. Hopkins, 
D.D., the Rev. C. T. Brady, D.D., the 
Rev. J. S. B. Hodges, D.D., the Rev. 
C. F. J. Wrigley, D.D., the Rev. Rod- 
ney J. Harvey; Mr. A. D. Moir, Mr. A. 
DuPont Parker, M.A., Mr. Burton Mans- 
field, Mr. N. W. Salladc. Mr. E. A. Stev- 
ens, Mr. E. C. Niles, Mr. J. Pierpont Mor- 
Sm, Mr. John H. Stiness, Mr. Joseph 
ryan« LL.D., Mr. Thomas Nelson Page, 



Mr. Rowland Evans, Mr. R. H. Gardiner, 
Mr. W, A. Cornelius. Mr. Frank Spittle, 
Mr. H. H. Skinner, Mr. P. K. Roots, Mr. 
Samuel Mather, Mr. H. M. Lovering, Mr. 
W. K. Miller, and Mr. George M. Darrow. 

Joint Commission on the Support of the 
Clergy. — The Bishop of Massachusetts, the 
Bishop of Virginia, the Bishop of Iowa, 
the Bishop of North Dakota, the Bishop of 
New York; the Rev. J. H. Mcllvaine, D.D., 
the Rev. Reese F. Alsop, D.D., the Rev. 
J. K. Mason, D.D., the Rev. G. S. Tucker; 
Mr. George Gordon King, Mr. H. D. \V. 
English, Mr. W. Fellowes Morgan, Mr. 
Samuel Mather, and Mr. D. B. Lyman. 

Joint Commission on the Relief of Cler- 
gymen Suffering from Tuberculosis. — The 
Bishop Coadjutor of Albany, the Bishop 
Coadjutor of Virginia; the Rev. F. T. 
Kramer, the Rev. Charles W. Hinton; Mr. 
George Foster Peabody, and Mr. James 
W. Lamberton. 

Joint Commission on the Revision of the 
Offices for the Visitation of the Sick and 
the Communion of the Sick. — The Bishop 
of Southern Florida, the Bishop of Spring- 
field; the ftev. Leslie E. Potter; and Mr. 
G. A. Aschman. 

Joint Commission on the Desirability of 
Preparing an Enlarged and Revised 
Hymnal. — The Bishop of Albany, the Bish- 
op of Pittsburgh, the Bishop of Marquette; 
the Rev. J. H. Hopkins, D.D., the Rev. 
James W. Ashton, D.D.; Mr. Robert C. 
Pruyn, Mr. Miles Farrow, Mr. Morris 
Earle. 

Commission to Prepare Mission Hymnal. 
— The Bishop of Pittsburgh, the Bishop of 
Harrisburg, the Bishop of Washington; the 
Rev. Carroll M. Davis, the Rev. Floyd W. 
Tomkins, D.D., the Rev. G. G. Daland; 
Mr. George Wharton Pepper, Mr. R. C. 
Pruyn, and Mr. W. V. Keller. 

Committee on the Charter and Laws of 
the General Theological Seminary. — The 
Bishop of Indianapolis, the Bishop of 
Maine, the Bishop of North Dakota, the. 
Bishop of New York, the Bishop of Utah; 
the Rev. Alexander Mann, D.D., the Rev. 
W. W. Battershall, D.D., the Rev. William 
Holden, the Rev. J. Chauncey Lindsay; 
Mr. J. H. Stiness, Mr. Francis A. Lewis, 
and Mr. E. P. Bailey. 

Committee to Arrange for Joint-sessions 
and Missionary Meetings. — The Bishop of 
Long Island, the Bishop of Michigan; the 
Rev. R. F. Alsop, D.D.; Mr. G. G. King. 
Mr. Rowland Evans, together with the of- 
ficers of the Domestic and Foreign Mis- 
sionary Society. 

Committee to Erect a Memorial on 
Jamestown Island. — Honorary and Consult- 
ing Committee. The Bishop of Massachu- 
setts, the Bishop of California, the Bishop 
of Chicago, the Bishop of Southern Vir- 
ginia; the Rev. Randolph H. McKim, D.D., 
the Rev. Alexander Mann, D.D., the Rev. 

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W. M. Grosvenor; Mr. George Gordon 
King, Mr. Joseph Wilmer,' Mr. M. Law- 
yer, Miss S. Stuart, Miss Mary Garrett, 
Mr. John Letcher, Mrs. C. B. Brewster, 
Miss Julia C. Emery. Executive Commit- 
tee. The Bishop of Southern Virginia, the 
Bishop Coadjutor of Southern Virginia; 
the Rev. C. Braxton Bryan, D.D., the Rev. 
John J. Lloyd, D.D., the Rev. Joseph B. 
Dunn, the Rev. Robert C. Jett; Mr. W. W. 
Old, Mr. W. W. Robertson, Mr. Jacob 
Heffelfinger, Mr. Richard B. Tunstall, and 
Mr. Thomas Nelson Page. 

Commission on the Report of the Com- 
mittee on Courts of Appeal. — The Bishop 
of Tennessee, the Bishop of North Caro- 
lina, the Bishop of Vermont; the Rev. Lu- 
cius Waterman, D.D., the Rev. Edward L. 
Parsons; Mr. Charles Andrews, LL.D., Mr. 
M. F. Gilbert, and Mr. J. H. Stiness. 

Joint Commission on the Conflict be- 
tureen Article IX. of the Constitution and 
Canon 30.: — The Bishop of Western New 
York, the Bishop of Nebraslja, the Bishop 
of North Dakota; the Rev. Reese F. Alsop, 
D.D., the Rev. W. A. Barr, D.D., the Rev. 
W. T. Capers; Mr. C. G. Saunders, Mr. Z. 
D. Harrison, and Mr. J. J. Lamberton. 

Committee to Report a Plan for Uniform 
Registration of Communicants. — The Bish- 
op of Oklahoma, the Bishop of Maine; the 
Rev. J. S. B. Hodges, D.D., the Rev. F. 
W. Harriman, D.D.; Mr. George W. Pep- 
per, and Mr. J. H. Stiness. 

Committee on Des**atch of Business. — 
The Bishop of Newark, the Bishop of Cali- 
fornia; the Rev. L. C. Washburn, the Rev. 
I. McK. Pittinger; Mr. Francis A. Lewis, 
Mr. Joseph Packard. 

Deputation to Attend the General Synod 
of the Canadian Church. — The Bishop of 
Olympia, the Bishop Coadjutor of New 
Hampshire; the Rev. W. Holden; W. C. 
De Witt, S.T.D., Mr. Arthur Kyerson, and 
Mr. W. R. Butler. 

Joint Committee to Correct Misprints in 
the Hymnal. — The Bishop of Harrisburg, 
the Rev. Lucius Waterman, D.D., Mr. 
James A. Brown. 

COURTS. 

Court of First Instance for thg Trial of a 
Bishop. 
To serve for three years: the Bishop of 
Minnesota, the Bishop of Olympia, and the 
Bishop of New York; to serve for six 
years: the Bishop of Maryland, the Bishop 
of Atlanta, and the Bishop of Newark; to 
serve for nine years: the Bishop of West 
Virginia, the Bishop" of Ohio, and the Bish- 
op of Duluth. 

Court of Review for the Trial of a 

Bishop. 

To serve for three years: the Bishop of 

Ijob Angeles, the Bishop of North Carolina, 

and the Bishop of Connecticut; to serve for 



six years : the Bishop of Albany, the Bishop 
of Louisiana, and the Bishop of Massachu- 
setts; to serve for nine years: the Bishop of 
Montana, the Bishop of Pittsburgh, and 
the Bishop of Florida. 

Courts of Review of the Trial of a Pres- 
byter or Deacon. 

First Department. The Bishop of Ver- 
mont; the Rev. Storrs 0» . Seymour, D.D., 
of Connecticut; the Rev. Henry Ferguson, 
LL.D., of New Hampshire; the Rev. Henry 
Hague, of Western Massachusetts; Mr. 
John H. Stiness, of Rhode Island; Mr. 
.Charles G. Saunders, of Massachusetts; 
Mr. Robert H. Gardiner, of Maine. 

Second Department. The Bishop of Long 
Island; the Rev. J. Lewis Parks, D.D., of 
New York; the Rev. Reese F. Alsop, D.D., 
of Long Island; the Rev. Alfred B. Baker, 
D.D., of New Jersey; the Hon. Charles 
Andrews, of Central New York; Mr. Fred- 
erick Adams, of Newark; Mr. Marcus T. 
Hun, of Albany. 

Third Department. The Bishop of Vir- 
ginia; the Rev. H. L. Jones, D.D., of 
Bethlehem; the Rev. P. P. Phillips, of Vir- 
ginia; the Rev. J. B. Harding, of Pennsyl- 
vania; Mr. J. Wirt Randall, of Marvland; 
Mr. G. C. Burgwin, of Pitsburgh; Mr. W. 
W. Old, of Southern Virginia. 

Fourth Department. The Bishop of Ten- 
nessee; the Rev. I. McK. Pittenger, D.D., 
of North Carolina; the Rev. John K. Ma- 
son, D.D., of Kentucky; Mr. John T. Shel- 
by, of Lexington; Mr. Z. D. Harrison, of 
Atlanta; Mr. T. W. Bacot, of South Caro- 
lina. 

Fifth Department. The Bishop of South- 
ern Ohio; the Rev. B. Talbot Rogers, D.D., 
of Fond du Lac; the Rev. John Hey ward 
McKenzie, D.D., of Michigan City; the 
Rev. Samuel S. Marquis, D.D., of Michi- 
gan; Mr. David B. Lyman, of Chicago; 
Mr. Miles F. Gilbert, of Springfield; Mr. 
Thomas M. Sloane, of Ohio. 

Sixth Department. The Bishop of Min- 
nesota; the Rev. Albert W. Ryan, D.C.L., 
of Duluth; the Rev. A. G. H. Bode, of 
Wyoming; the Rev. Charles H. Marshall, 
of Colorado; Mr. W. H. Lightner, of Min- 
nesota; Mr. George F. Henry, of Iowa; 
Mr. George Thummel, of Nebraska. 

Seventh Department. The Bishop of Dal- 
las; the Rev. H. N. Hyde, of Arkansas; 
the Rev. J. D. Richey, D.D., of Kansas 
City; Mr. Francis J. McMaster, of Mis- 
souri; Mr. L. Bradford Prince, LL.D., of 
New Mexico; Mr. Charles Flood Smith, of 
Kansas, 

Eighth Department. The Bishop of Cali- 
fornia; the Rev. A. G. L. Trew, of Los 
Angeles; the Rev. H. A. Gowan, of Olym- 
pia; the Rev. D. K. Johafeon, of Utah; Mr. 
John A. Wright, of California; Mr. J. P. 
Chipman, of Sacramento; Mr. Frank Spi^ 
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Under the General Convention. 

NoTX.— Wherever the legal title of the Corporation, to be us^ for bequests, etc. has bo« 
ascertained, it has been placed in inverted commas." 



1. GENERAL THBOLOQICAL SEMI- 
NARY, NEW YORK. 

["The General Theological Seminary of 
the Protestant Episcopal Church in the 
United States."] 

Trustees. — Sixty-five Bishops of , the 
Church in the United States who have ac- 
cepted the office; the Dean of the Semi- 
nary; twenty-five Trustees elected, trienni- 
ally, by the House of Deputies, and twentv- 
five elected by the Dioceses of New York, 
Western New York, Long Island, Albany, 
Central New York, Newark, New Jersey, 
Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Maryland, 
North Carolina, and South Carolina. 

Secretary of the Board of Trustees. — 
The Rev. Lawrence T. Cole. D.D., Ph.D. 
147 W. 91st St., New York. 

Treasurer. — Mr. Samuel V. Hoffman, 
258 Broadway, New York. 

DEArr,— The Very Rev. Wilford L. Rob- 
bins, D.D., LL.D., Chelsea Square, New 
York, to whom all communications should 
be addressed. 

Professors. — The Rev. William J. Sea- 
burv, D.D., "Charles and Elisabeth Lud- 
low ' Professor of Ecclesiastical Polity and 
La-Jj; the Rev. J. Charles Roper, D.D., 



"Mary Crooke Hoffman Professor of 
Dogmatic Theology; the Rev. Herbert M. 
Denslow, D.D., "Eugene A. Hoffman" Pro- 



fessor of Pastoral Theology; the Rev. 
Charles N. Shepard, B.D., Professor of He- 
brew and Cognate Languages; the Rev. 
Charles Carroll Edmunds, D.D., "^Glorvina 
Rossell Hoffman Professor of the Literature 
and Interpretation of the New Testament; 
the Rev. Loring W. Batten, D.D., 
"Clement C. Moore" Professor of the Lit- 
erature and Interpretation of the Old Tes- 
tament; the Rev. Arthur P. Hunt, B.D., 
Professor of Christian Ethics; the Rev. 
Dickinson S. Miller, M.A., Ph.D., Profes- 
sor of Christian Apologetics; the Rev. 
Arthur Whipple Jenks, M.A., B.D., Pro- 
fessor of Ecclesiastical History; the Rev. 
Francis B. Blodgett, B.D., Adjunct Pro- 
fessor of Literature and Interpretation of 
the Old Testament; the Rev. William H. P. 
Hatch, B.D., Ph.D., Adjunct Professor of 
the Literature and Interpretation of the 
New Testament; the Rev. Charles H. Boyn- 
ton, B.D., Ph.D., Adjunct Professor of 
Homiletics and Pedagogy; the Rev. J. 
Lewis Parks, D.D., Lecturer on Missions; 
the Rev. Alfred F. Tenney, M.A., Instruc- 
tor in tlve use of the Voice; Mr. Clement 
R. Gale, Mus. Bac. (Oxon.), Instructor in 
Church Music. 

Librarian. — Mr. Edward H. Virgin. 

Physician to the Seminary. — Hughes Day- 
ton, M.D. 

The Seminary opens on the last Wednes- 
day in September and closes on the last 
Wednesday in May. Trustees meet ,Tues- 
day before Commencement day, which is 
the last day of the term. 

Associate Alumni of thv General Theo- 
logical Seminary. — Pres,, the Rev. J. Nev- 



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ett Steele, Mus. Doc. Cor, Sec, the Rev. 
J. Clarence Jones, 230 Classon Ave., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Rec. Sec, the Rev. John Kel- 
ler. Treas., the Rev. George H. Dennison, 
Germantown, Pa. Necrologist, the Rev. 
Randall C. Hall, D.D., 245 W. 48th SL, 
New York. 

II. DOMESTIC AND POREION MIS 
SIONARY SOCIETY. 

["The Domestic and Foreign Missionary 
Society of the Protestuit Episcopal Church 
in the United States of America. ] 

President. — The Rt. Rev. Arthur S. 
Lloyd, D.D. 

Secretaries. — The Rev. Joshua Kimber, 
D.D., John W. Wood, the Rev. Hugh L. 
Burleson, the Rev. F. J. Qark, the Rev. A. 
P. Gray. 

Treasurer. — George Gordon King, Church 
Missions House, 281 4th Ave., New York. 

Assistant Treasurer. — E. Walter Roberts. 

The Board of Missions. — (Those marked 
with a * are members of the Executive 
Committee.) — Elected by the General Con- 
vention. *Rt. Rev. Arthur Seldcn Lloyd, 
D.D., President; Rt. Rev. William Croswell 
Doane, D.D., Rt. Rev. Ethelbert Talbot, 
D.D., Rt. Rev. C. Kinloch Nelson, D.D., 
Rt. Rev. Samuel C. Edsall, D.D., *Rt. Rev. 
Joseph M. Francis, D.D., *Rt. Rev. David 
H. Greer, D.D., Rt. Rev. Alfred Harding, 
D.D., Rt. Rev. Reginald H. Weller, D.D., 
*Rev. Henry Anstice, D.D., Rev. Ernest 
M. Stires, D.D., Rev. Alexander Mann, 
D.D., Rev. Ernest de F. Miel, *Rev. Wil- 
liam T. Manning, D.D., Rev. William M. 
Clark, D.D., Rev. Wilson R. Stearly, Rev. 
Edward E. Cobbs, Mr. William G. Low, 
Mr. Julian T. Davies, *Mr. Henry L. Mor- 
ris,- *Mr. George W. Pepper, Mr. Charles 
G. Saunders, *Mr. William F. Cochran, 
Mr. John S. Newbold, *Mr. George Gordon 
King. Elected by the Missionary Depart- 
ments. I. — *Rt. Rev. William Lawrence, 
D.D., Rev. Thomas F. Davies, ♦Mr. Bur- 
ton Mansfield. II.— Rt. Rev. Edwin S. 
Lines, D.D., *Rev. Reese F. Alsop, D.D., 
Mr. Robert C. Pruyn. III. — RtR. Rev. 
George W. Peterkin, D.D., Mr. George N. 
Reynolds. IV.— Rt. Rev. Edwin G. Weed, 
D.D., Very Rev. William T. Capers, Prof. 
J. H. Dillard. V.— Rt. Rev. G. Mott Wil- 
liams, D.D., Very Rev. Paul Matthews, 
*Mr. W. R. Stirling. VL— Rt. Rev. Ar- 
thur L. Williams, D.D., Rev. Theodore 
Sedgwick, Mr. A. du Pont Parker. VII.— 
Rt. Rev. Frank R. Millspaugh, D.D., Very 
Rev. Carroll M. Davis, Mr. Rufus Cage. 
VIIL— Rt. Rev. Joseph H. Johnson, D.D., 
Ven. John A. Emery, Mr. J, Walcott 
Thompson. 

Statistics. — In the work at home the 
Board of Missions makes appropriation to 
forty-three dioceses and - twenty-three mis- 
sionary districts. More than twelve hun- 
dred missionaries are thus supported in 
whole or in part. 

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appropriation for ten missionary districts. 
The staff consists of nine Bishops, two 
hundred and ninety-seven American mis- 
sionaries, men and women; and over eight 
hundred native helpers. 

Official Or^an. — "The Spirit of Mis- 
sions," published for the Board of Mis- 
sions at Church Missions House, No. 281 
Fourth Ave., New York. 

THE MISSIONARY DEPARTMENTS. 

First Missionary Department, New Eng- 
land Dioceses. 

Second Missionary Department. Dioceses 
within the States of New York, New Jer- 
sey, and Porto Rico. 

Third Missionary Department, Dioceses 
within the District of Columbia and States 
of Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Vir- 
ginia, and West Virginia. 

Fourth Missionary Department. Dioceses 
within the States of North Carolina, South 
Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mis- 
sissippi, Tennessee, and Kentucky. 

Fifth Missionary Department. Dioceses 
within the States of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, 
Michigan, and Wisconsin. 

SiJtth Missionary Department. Dioceses 
and Missiofiary Districts within the States 
of Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado, 
South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, and 
Wyoming. 

Seventh Missionary Department. Dio- 
ceses and Missionary Districts within the 
States 6f Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, 
Texas, Kansas, Oklahoma, and the Terri- 
tory of New Mexico. » 

Eighth Missionary Department. Dioceses 
within the States of Idaho, Utah, Wash- 
ington, Oregon, Nevada, and California, 
«with Arizona, Alaska, Hawaii, and Philip- 
pine Islands. 

AUXILIARIES TO THS DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN 
MISSIONARY SOCIETY. 

1. The Woman's Auxiliary to the 
Board of Missions. 

Organized in aid of all departments of 
the Board. 

General Officers. — Secretary, Miss Julia 
C. Emery, Church Missions House, New 
York. Associate in Charge of Junior De- 
partment^ Miss Grace Lindley. 

Note. — The President, Secretary, and 
Treasurer of the Diocesan Branches will 
be found under their respective Dioceses. 

2. American Church BuOding Fund 
Commission. 

Established October 25, 1880, bv the Gen- 
eral Convention. Consists of all Bishops, 
and twenty Commissioners at large ap- 
pointed by the Presiding Bishop. It aims 
to raise a fund of $1,000,000, by an- 
nual offerings from all congregations, 
as recommended by the General Con- 
vention, and by individual gifts. Por- 
tions of the principal are loaned to 
build churches and rectories. Out of the 
accumulated interest donations are made to 
complete new churches. The officers of the 
Corporation are: President, Rt. Rev. Ed- 
win S. Lines, D.D.; Vice President, Rt. 



Rev. C. Kinloch Nelson, D.D.; Second 
Vice President, . 

Secretary, Gen. James Grant Wilson; Cor, 
Secretary y Rev. J. Newton Perkins; Treas- 
urer, Mr. George Gordon King; Asst. Treas- 
urer, Mr. E. Walter Roberts. The office 
of the Commission is at the Church Mis- 
sions House, 281 Fourth Avenue, New 
York. The amount of the Fund is $511,- 
951.20. The Commission has made loans 
to the amount of $712,820, and gifts 
amounting to $144,863. 

3. The American Church Missionary 
Society. 

[Incorporated 1861.] Pres., William Jay 
Schieff^elm. Gen. Sec, Rev. H. R. Hulse. 
Treas., Mr. George Gordon King. Of- 
fice, Church Missions House, 281 Fourth 
Ave., New York. 

4. Church Missions Publishing Com- 
pany. 

(Incorporated.) 211 State St, Hartford. 
Conn. 

Publishes and distributes at cost hand- 
books and illustrated sketches and pamph- 
lets of the missionary work of the Church 
at home and abroad. Especially adapted 
for Mission Study Classes and" addresses. 

Pres., the Rt. Rev. the Presiding Bishop; 
Vice Pres. and Chairman, the Rev. Samuel 
Hart, D.D.; Sec, Miss M. E. Beach, Hart- 
ford; Treas., Ward C. Powell. Hartford; 
Asst. Treas., Miss Edith Beach; General 
Editor, the Rev. Harry Ernest Robbins; 
Adv. Sec, the Rev. A. T. Gessner, Mid- 
dletown, Conn. 

Rev. Samuel R. Colladay, Salt Lake 
City; Rev. Gilbert E. Pember, Walton, 
N. Y.; Mrs. Ernest Giraud, Middletown; 
. Mrs. Albert Sioussat, Baltimore, Md.; 
Rec Sec, Paul Roberts, Berkeley Divinity 
School. 

5. The General Clergy Relief Fund. 
[Will Title.] 

The Official General Society for Pension 
and Relief. 

The General Convention recommends an 
annual offering from each church; that a 
percentage of the Communion alms be given 
to this fund; that it be remembered in 
legacies, bequests, and wills; and given tfie 
royalty on the Hymnals. 

This fund systematically secures and 
pays out pensions and annuities to over 
600 persons (clergy, widows, and orphans, 
the family unit) "upon the basis of need 
and character alone," without regard to 
age, diocese, or payment of premium. In- 
terest on Pension Fund divided as an "Au- 
tomatic Pension at 64" October i, 191 1. 
The General Clergy Relief Fund is the* only 
pension and relief fund of over sixty dio- 
ceses merged with it. Annual subscrip- 
tions earnestly solicited. All churches and 
clergy should be on the records. Remem- 
ber the fund by legacies and bequests in 
wills. 

Trustees.— The Rt. Rev. David Hummell 
Greer, D.D., LL.D., President; the Rt. 
Rev. William Lawrence, D.D., LL.D., 
D.V..L., Vice President; the Rev. Reese F. 
Alsop, D.D., the Rev. William T. Man- 
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ning, D.D., Mr. Henry Lewis Morris, Mr. 
Roland S. Morris; Mr. Elihu Chauncey, 
Secretary. 

Central Office (to which all communica- 
tions should be addressed), The Church 
House, Philadelphia, Pa., Rev. Alfred J. P. 
McClurc, Treasuer and Financial Agent. 

6. Five Mlllioa Dollar General Clergy 
Pension Fund. 

President, the Bishop of Pittsburp;h; 
Gen, Sec. and Financtal Representative, 
the Rev. J. Wilkins, D.D., 2925 Geyer 
Ave., St. Louif, Mo. Gen, Treas., Samuel 
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7. Church Leasve of the BaptlzeA. 

A Woman's Organization in aid of te* 
curing pensions for the Clergy. Makes its 
collections through parochial chapters, and 
devotes the proceeds to the '*$^»ooo,ooo 
General Pension Fund Commission^" of 
which it is the official Woman's Auxiliary. 
Founder and President, Miss Louise 
Winthrop Koues, Elizabeth, New Jersey. 
Vice President. Mrs. Henry M. Barbour, 
65 East 89th SL, New York. Treas.-GeH., 
Mrs. Seth Low, 30 East 64th St., New 
York. Sec, . .Chaplain, the 

Rt. Rev. James Henry Darlington, D.D., 
Bishop of Harrisburg. 



INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES 

Not Under the General Convention. 

NoTX.— The title in inTcrtcd commas is the legal titla. 



EDUCATIONAL. 

B«rkeley DIvfailty School. r**The Trus- 
tees of the Berkeley Divinity School. Mid- 
dletown, Connecticnt."] 

Middletovm, Conn, — President, the Bish' 
op of Connecticut. Secretary and Treas- 
urer, Charles E. Jackson. Faculty: 
The Rev. Samuel Hart, D.D.. D.C.L., 
LL.D., Dean, Professor of Doctrinal The- 
ology and the Prayer Book, and Chaplain; 
the Rev. John Binney, D.D., Professor of 
Hebrew and the Literature of the Old Tes- 
tament (absent on leave); the Rev. William 
Palmer Ladd, B.D., Professor of Church 
History; the Rev. Anthon T. Gessner, M.A., 
Professor of Ethics and Evidences with 
Pastoral Theology; the Rev. Hervey Board- 
man Vanderbogart, B.A., Instructor in He- 
brew; the Rev. Charles B. Hedrick, B.A., 
Instructor in the New Testament; the Rev. 
Alfred Francis Tenney, M.A., Instructor 
in Elocution and the Use of the Voice; the 
Rt. Rev. Boyd Vincent, D.D., Page Lec- 
turer for 191 2. 

Bishop Payne Divinity School. 

Petersburg, Dinwiddie Co., Va.—A Church 
School for Coloured Students for the Min- 
istry. Principal, the Rev. C B. Bryan, 
D.D.; Vice Principal and Professor, Frank 
G. Scott. The Bishops in Virginia, and 
East Carolina, and others. Trustees. In- 
corporated 1884. Alumni m Holy Orders, 
44; students, 19. Receives appropriation 
from the Board of Missions. 

eotambio Univorstty In tho City of 
New York. 

[Founded 1754. Corporate tiUe. 'TThe 
Trustees of CMumbia College in the City 
of New Yorfc'T „ , ^^ ^ 

President, Nicholas Murray Butler, Ph.D., 
LLD., Litt.D. :D*an of Columbia College, 
Frederick P. Keppel, A.B.; Dean of the 
Faculty of Law, Harlan F. Stone, A.M., 
LLB.j Dean of the Faculty of Medi- 



cine, Samuel W. Lambert, M.D.; Dean 
of the Faculty of Applied Sci^ 
ence, Frederick A. Goetze, M.Sc. ; Dean 
of the Faculties of Political Science, Phi- 
losophy and Pure Science, John W. Bur- 
gess, Ph.D., LL.D.; Associate Dean. Wil- 
liam H. Carpenter, Ph.D.; Dean, Faculty 
of Fine Arts, John W. Burgess, Ph.D.; 
Dean of Barnard College, Virginia C. Gil- 
dersleeve, M.A.; Dean of Teachers' Col- 
lege, James Earl Russell, Ph.D., LL.D.; 
Dean of the College of Pharmacy, Henry 
H. Rusby, M.D. ; Secretary of the Univer- 
sity, Frank D. Fackenthal, A.B.; Librarian, 
William Dawson Johnston, A.M. 

"The De Lancoy Divinity ScbooL" 

Geneva, N. Y. — Trustees, the Diocesan 
Board of Education. H^arden, the Rev. 
Thomas B. Berry, 60 Park Place, Geneva, 
N. Y. Lecturers, the Warden, the Rev. Asa 
Sprague Ashley, the Rev. J. B. Hubbs, D.D., 
D.C.L., the Rev. E. M. Duff, the Rev. G. 
F. J. Sherwood, the Rev. G. M. Irish, the 
Rev. G. S. Burrows. Librarian, the Rev. 
Thomas B. Berry. 

"The Divinity School of tho Prsioo 
tont Episcopal Church In PhlhiiilpMa'* 
[Organized i86a.l 

Fiftieth Street md IVeodlmmd Awenut, 
VhUadelphia,—TACVi!tr: The &ov. Wil- 
liam Mansfield Groton, D.D., Deam tm4 
Professor of Systematic Divinky; the Bov. 
J. CuUen Ayer, Jr., Ph.D., ProfeMMor of 
Ecclesiastical Htstory; the Rev. Andrew D. 
Hcffem, D.D., Professor of New Test9' 
ment Literature and Language; the Rev. 
Lucien M. Robinson, D.D., Professor of 
Liturgies, Church Polity and Canon Law; 
the Rev. James Alan Montgomery, D.D.. 
Professor of Old Testament Literature aiM 
Language; the Rev. George C Foley, D.D., 
Professor of Homiletics and Pastoral Care. 
Secretary, the Rev. W. Arthur Warner, 
B.D., Church House, Philadelphia. 

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Episcoiial Tlieolofflcal Sckool. 

Cambridge, Mass. — Faculty : The Rev. 
George Hodges, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L., Dean, 
Stone Professor of Homiietics and Pastoral 
Theology J and Lecturer on Liturgies; the 
Rev. Henry Sylvester Nash, D.D., Profes- 
sor of the Literature and Interpretation of 
the New Testament; the Rev. Maximilian 
Lindsay Kellner, D.D., Secretary, Professor 
of the Literature and Interpretation of the 
Old Testament; the Rev. Edwards Staples 
Drown, D.D., Professor of Systematic Di- 
vinity; the Rev. Henry Bradford Wash- 
burn, A.B., B.D., Professor of Ecclesiasti- 
cal History; the Rev. Hughell Edgar W. 
Fosbroke, D.D., Professor of ike History 
and Religion of Israel; the Rev. Warner 
Foote Gookin, A.B., B.D., Instructor in the 
New Testament; Mr. William Alden PauU, 
Instructor in Voice Culture and Church 
Music; Mr. Robert Archey Woods, A.B., 
Lecturer on Practical Philanthropy. 

**Hobart Collece, Qtnev*, N. Y." 

Inaugurated 1822 by members of the 
Protestant Episcopal Church and other 
churches "for the instruction and educa- 
tion of youth in the learned languages and 
liberal arts and sciences"; the permanent 
charter of 1825 contains no reference to 
any religious body and requires no relig- 
ious tests in the case of trustees, faculty 
or students. The institution accordingly 
has always been independent of the control 
of any ecclesiastical organization, though 
it has been largely indebted for its support 
to the i^enerous gifts and contributions of 
certain individuals and organizations of the 
Protestant Episcopal Church. 

Courses in Arts and Science leading to 
the degrees of B.A. and B.S. For infor- 
mation address the President, the Rev. 
Langdon C. Stewardson, LL.D. 

iOinsas Theological SctaooL 

Topeka, Kan. — President, the Rt. Rev. 
Frank R. Millspaugh, D.D., Professor of 
Liturgies; the Rt. Rev. Francis K. Brooke, 
D.D., Professor of Homiietics and Pastoral 
Theology; the Rt. Rev. Theodore P. Thurs- 
ton, D.D,, Professor of Ecclesiastical His- 
tory; the Very Rev. James de B. Kaye, 
Professor of Systematic Diviinity; the Rev. 
D. I. Hobbs, Professor of Christian Ethics 
and Apologetics; the Rev. P. B. Peabody, 
B.D., Prefessor of Hebrew and Greek Exe- 
gesis, and Secretary of the Faculty. 

"Kenyan College." [Incorporated 1824.] 

Gambler, Ohio. — Two Departments: 
An Undergraduate College for Men, Ken- 
yon College: A Divinity School, Bexley 
Hall. President, the Rev. William F. 
Peirce, M.A., L.H.D., D.D. College Fac- 
ulty: Theodore Sterling, M.A., M.D., 
LL.D., Dean; Henry T. West, M.A., Pro- 
fessor of German; Barker Newhall, Ph.D., 
Registrar, Professor of Greek; the Rev. 
George F. Smythe, D.D., Chaplain, Profes- 
sor of the Bible; William Peters Reeves, 
Ph.D., Mcllvaine Professor of English; L. 
B. Walton, Ph.D., Professor of Biology; 
R. S. Devol, M.A., Treasurer, Professor of 
History; E. B., Nichols, M.A., Samuel 
Mather Professor of Romance Languages; 

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R. C. Manning, Ph.D., Benson Memorial 
Professor of Latin; R. B. Allen, Ph.D., 
Peabody Professor of Mathematics and Civil 
Engineering; John S. Harrison, Ph.D., As- 
sistant Professor of English; the Rev. Geo. 
F. Wcida, Ph.D., Bowler Professor of 
Physics and Chemistry; C. R. Fountain, 
Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physics; E. 
H. Downey, M.A., Edwin M. Stanton Pro- 
fessor of Economics and Sociology. Theo- 
logical Faculty: The Rev. H. W. Jones, 
D.D., Dean, Eleutheros Cooke Professor of 
Ecclesiastical History, etc.; the Rev. Jacob 
Streibert, Ph.D., Gnswold Professor af Old 
Testament Instruction; the Rev. D. F. Dav- 
ies, D.D., Milnor and Lewis Professor of 
Dogmatic Theology etc.; the Rev. Orville 
E. Watson, D.D., Bedell Professor of New 
Testament Instruction; the Rev. James 
Townsend Russell, Instructor in Voice 
Training, etc.; the Rev. George F. Smythe, 
D.D., Instructor in Religious Pedagogy; 
the Bishops of Ohio and Southern Ohio, 
Lecturers. 

Nashotah House. 

Nashotah, Wis. — Faculty. — The Very 
Rev. Edward A. Larrabee, D.D., Dean, and 
Professor of Pastoral Theology; the Rev. 
H. B. St. George, B.A., Professor of Ec- 
clesiastical History and Liturgies; the Rev. 
N. D. Van Syckel, B.D., Professor of 
Dogmatic Theology and Moral Theology; 
the Rev. H. C. Ackernian, B.D., Hebrew 
and Old Testament; the Rev. Charles W. 
Coit, B.D., New Testament Exegesis; the 
Rev. J. B. Haslam, M.A., Sociology and 
Missions; the Rev. W. E. Spencer, In- 
structor in Preparatory Department. 

**Raclne College.** [Founded 185J.] 

Racine, Wis. — Pres. Board of Trustees, 
the Bishop of Milwaukee. Sec, Samuel S. 
Rogers, Racine, Wis. Warden, the Rev. 
William Francis Shero, Ph.D. Dean, the 
Rev. A.. Piper, D.D. Faculty: the Rev. 
L. W. McMillin, Senior Master, English 
Branches; Major R. C. Potter, Cammand- 
ant and Mathematics; the Rev. A. P. 
Kelley, A.B., Latin and Greek; J. N. 
Booth, A.B., History: S. R. C. Henderson, 
English; W. H. Eisenman, A.B.; Natural 
Science and German; P. J. Weaver, A.B., 
Economics and Music; T. C. Hemmingsen, 
Commercial Branches; Miss Grace Barmore, 
Preparatory Class 

St. Agatha School. 
i 553-559 West End Avenue, New York. — 
A Day School for Girls. Miss Emma G. 
Sebring, A.M., Principal. Established in 
1898 by the Corporation known as the New 
York Protestant Episcopal Public School. 

St. Agnes Hospital and Training 
School for Coloured Nurses. 

Raleigh, N. C— On the grounds of St. 
Augustine's SchooL Supported by Toltm- 
tary contributions. Twenty-one young 
women under training. Superintendent and 
Treas., Mrs. A. B. Hunter. Resident Phy- 
sician. Dr. Catharine P. Hay den. 

St. Augustine's School. 

Raleigh, N. C— A Church School for 
Coloured Young Men and Women. CoIp 



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legiate. Normal, Industrial Training School 
for Nurses. Under the Board of Missions. 
Principal, the Rev. Aaron Burtis Hunter. 

St. Paul's Normal and Industrial School. 

Laivrenceville, Brunswick Co., Va.. — A 
Church School for Coloured Girls and 
Boys. Affiliated with the American Church 
Institutes for Negroes. Principal and 
Founder, the Ven. James S. Russell. 

Seabury Divinity School. ["The Bishop 
Seabury Mission."] 

Faribault, Minn. — Faculty: The Rt. 
Rev. Samuel Cook Edsall, D.Dj, President 
ex officio, and Lecturer on the Pastoral Of- 
fice; the Rev. Frank Arthur McElwain, 
B.D., Warden, and Professor of Homilet- 
ics; the Rev. C. A. Poole, D.D., Professor 
of Divinity; the Rev. William Pray Ten 
Broeck, D.D., Professor of Church History 
and Polity, and Canon Law; the Rev. El- 
mer E. Lof Strom, B.D., Professor in New 
Testament Exegesis and Religious Peda- 
gogy; the Rev. George C. Tanner, D.D., 
Instructor in Liturgies; the Rev. Francis 
L. Palmer, M.A., Instructor in Ethics, 
Apologetic and Religious Pedagogy; the 
Rev. Edmund B. Young, B.D., Instructor 
in Hebrew and Old Testament. 

St. Stephen's Collece. [Incor. i860.] 
Annandale-on-Hudson, N. Y. — A Church 
College offering a four years' course for 
B.A. and Ph.B., also for special students. 
William C. Rodgers, D.D. (M.A. Cam., 
England), President; the Rt. Rev. D. 
H. Greer, D.D., Chairman of the Board 
of Trustees; Charles A. Moran, 30 Broad 
street. New York, Treasurer; the Rev. 
George B. Hopson, D.D., Professor of 
the Latin Language and Literature: 
Rev. William W. Olsscn, D.D.. Emeritus 
Alumni Professor of Mathematics and 
Natural Philosophy; Seymour Guy Martin, 
Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy; John C. 
Robertson, Ph.D., Hoffman Professor of 
the Greek Language and Literature; the 
Rev. Herbert M. Clarke, Ph.D., Professor 
of French and German; Edwin C. Upton, 
M.A., Professor of History and of the 
English Language and Literature, and 
Oratory; Robert G. Robb, B.S., M.A., Pro- 
fessor of Mathematics. Physics, and Chem- 
istry; the Rev. Horatio K. Gamier, B.D., 
Acting Professor in English and History; 
Irville F. Davidson, Instructor in Special 
Department; Lawrence F. Piper, B.A., In- 
structor in English and Oratory. 

The Albany Cathedral Summer School. 

Founded 1904. Provides annually a 
course of lectures for the Clergy in St. 
Agnes' School. Albany, N. Y., during the 
last week in June. Sec, the Rev. G. H. 
Purdy, Warrensburg, N. Y. 

'The Church Divinity School of the 

Pacific." 

San Francisco. — Dean, the Rt. Rev. Wil- 
liam Ford Nichols, D.D. Professors, the 
Rev. Tames Otis Lincoln, M.A. ; the Rev. 
Herbert Harry Powell, B.D., Ph.D.; the 



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Rev. F. C. Murgotten. Lecturers, the Rev. 
Edward Lambc Parsons, B.A., the Very 
Rev. J. Wilmer Gresham, B.A., B.D. 

Theological Seminary la the Dlocesa 
•f Vfa-glnla. ["The Trustees of the Prot- 
estant Episcopal Theological Seminary and 
High School id Virginia."] 

P. O., Thgological Seminary, Fairfax Co., 
Va. — Pres., the Bishop of Virginia. Fac- 
ulty: The Rev. A. Crawford, D.D., Dean 
and Professor of Hebrew, Oriental Lan- 
guages, and Higher Criticism; the Rev. S. A. 
Wallis, D.D., Professor of Ecclesiastical 
Polity, Liturgies, Pastoral Theology, and 
Sunday School Pedagogics; the Rev. Rich- 
ard W. Micou, D.D., Professor of System- 
matic Divinity, and Apologetics; the Rev. 
R. K. Massie, D.D., Professor of Ecclesi- 
astical History, Christian Missions, and 
Canon Law; the Rev. Berryman Green, 
D.D., Professor of the English Bible, Horn- 
iletics, Christian Ethics, and Sociology; 
the Rev. Paca Kennedy, M.A.. B.D., Pro- 
fessor of Greek and New Testament Exe- 
esis and Literature; Mr. Willoughby 
'eade. Instructor in Elocution and Music. 

Trinity College. ["The Tnisteca of 
Trinity College."] [Incor. 1823.] 

Founded by members of the Protestant 
Episcopal Church to aid in promoting the 
cause of higher education. The institu- 
tion, however, was expressly made inde- 
pendent of the control of any ecclesiastical 
organization, and its charter provides that 
no religious test shall be exacted of any 
cfRcer or student. 

Hartford. Conn.— Pres., the Rev. Flavel 
S. Luther. LL.D. Faculty: The Rev. 
George Williamson Smith. D.D., I..L.D., 
Emeritus Professor of Metaphysics; the 
Rev. Flavel S. Luther, LL.D., Seabury 
Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy; 

Charles Frederick Johnson, L.H.D.» 
Emeritus Professor of English Litera- 
ture; the Rev. John James McCook, 
D.D., Professor of Modern Languages; 
Robert Baird Riggs, Ph.D., Scovill 
Professor of Chemistry; Frank Cole 
Babbitt, Ph.D., Professor of the Greek 
Language and Literature, and Secretary of 
the Faculty; Wilbur Marshall Urban^ 
Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy ; Henry Au- 
gustus Perkins, M.A., E.E., Professor of 
Physics; Gustavus A. Kleene, Ph.D., Pro- 
fessor of Economics; the Rev. Cranston 
Brenton, Professor of English Literature; 
Joseph Devine Flynn, M.A., Professor of 
Mat he matic; Charles Edwin Rogers, C.E., 
Professor of Civil Engineering; Walter B. 
Briggs, Librarian; Horace Cheney _ Swan, 
M.D., Medical Director and Gymnasium Di- 
rector; the Rev. Arthur Adams, Ph.D., 
Professor of English; John G. Gill, Ph.D., 
Professor of Romance Languages; Ray- 
mond G. Gettell, M.A., Northam Professor 
of History and Political Science; Max W. 
Morse, Ph.D., 7. Pierpont Morgan Profes- 
sor of Biology; Le Roy C. Barret, Ph.D., 
Professor of the Latin Language and Liter- 
ature; Walter L. Barrows, M.A., Instructor 
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in Geology; Archer E. Knowlton, B.S., j 
Instructor in Physics and in Mathematics; 
Paul A. Cushnian, M.E., Instructor in 
Drazving and Descriptive Geometry. 

Trinity School, New York. [Founded 
1709.1 

139-^47 ^f^»st Ninetv- first Street. — The 
Rev. Dr. Lawrence T. Cole, Rector. 

This school for boys was originally es- 
tablished in the year 1709, under the an* 
spices of the Venerable Society for the 
Propagation of the Gospel in Forei^ 
Parts; was conducted in connection with 
Trinity Church until 1806: and subse- 
quently to the present time has been 
carried on by the Corporation known 
as the New York Protestant Epis 
copal Public School. Rev. W. H. 
Vibbert. D.D.. Pres.; Rer. W. j. Seabury, 
D.D., Sec. 8 Chelsea So., New York; S. E. 
Nash. Treas.. 68 Broad St., New York. Do- 
nations and bequests for Trinity, or the 
St. Agatha School for Girls, should be 
made to this Corporation. 

University of tlie Soath. 

Sezvanee, Tennessee. — Chancellor, the 
Rt. Rev. Thomas Frank Gailor, D.D.; 
Vice-Chancellor, William Bonnell Hall, 
M.A., C.E., M.D.; Registrar, the Rev. Ar- 
thur Howard Noll, LL.D.; Treas., Telfair 
Hodgson. 

Western Theological Seminary. 

2716-2736 Washington Boulevard. 

Chicago. ///.—The Rt. Rev. Charles P. 
Anderson, D.D.. President of the Board of 
Trustees; the Rev. William C. DeWitt. 
D.D.. Dean, and Professor of Homiletics 
and Pastoral Theology; the Rev. Francis 
T. Hall. D.D., Dogmatic Theology; the 
T^ev. Marshijll B. Stewart, Ecclesiastical 
Historv and Canon Law; the Rev. Samuel 
A. B/ Mercer, Ph.D., Old Testament and 
Ifrhreiv; the Rev. Burton S. Easton, D.D., 
Neiv Testament. Sec. the Rev. W. C. 
BeWitt, D.D. Treas.. F. F. Ainsworth. 

MISSIONARY. 
Actors' Church Alliance of America. 

President, the Rt. Rev. David H. Greer, 
D.D. 1st Vice President, Mrs. Mary Gihbs 
Spooner. 2d Vice President, J. C. Pum- 
pelly. 3fl? Vice President, Henrv Miller. 
Secretary, Mary Kidder Peirce. Treasurer, 
Eliza B. Harris. Office. No. 550 Sev- 
enth Avenue, New York. The Alliance 
stands for the fraternal and heartv recog- 
nition of the Stage, by the Church, as a 
abolition of preiudice, and the reasonable 
rejJTulation of Sunday performances, and 
seek? to bridge the chasm canned by cen- 
turies of misunderstanding on both sides. 
Tt appoints clergymen as chaplains to 
minister to the needs of members of the 
dramatic profession, and issues calendars 
to be posted in the local theatres, giving 
notice of tenrices and the personal ad- 
dress of the chaplain. Founded in June, 
180Q, it is already represented in 600 cities 
tnd towns of the United States and Can- 
ada, and is affiliated with the Actors* 
Church Union of England, under the 



presidency of the Bishop of Rocheeter.- 
Write the Secretary for further particu- 
lars, sso Seventh Ave., New York. 

American Church Institute for Negroes. 

An organization created by the Board cf 
Missions o* the Protestant Episcopal! 
Church in behalf of Educational Worir 
among the Negroes of the South. Pres., 
the Rt. Rev. David H. Greer, D.D.; Treas., 
George Foster Peabody, 43 Exchange PI., 
New York; Sec and General Agent, the 
Rev. Samuel H. Bishop, 416 Lafayette St., 
New York City. Field Agent, the Rev. G. 
A. McGuire, 416 Lafayette St., New York. 

American Church Sunday School in- 
stitute. 

Pres.. the Rt. Rev. George W. Peterkin, 
D.D., LL.D., Parkersburg, W. Va. Vice 
Presidents, the Rt. Rev. William F. Nichols,^ 
D.D., the Rt. Rev. William W. Webb, 
D.D., the Rt. Rev. L H. Darlington, D.D.,. 
the Rt. Rev. Franklin S. Spalding, 
D.D. Secretary, the Rev. H. L. Duhring,. 
D.D., Old St. Paul's Church, 22s S. 3d St., 
Philadelphia. Treasurer, Mr. George W. 
Jacobs, 208 W. Washington Square, Phila- 
delphia. 

Evangelical Education Society. 

[Tncor. 1869.I 

Church House. Twelfth and Walnut- 
Streets Philadelphia, Pa.— The work of the 
society 'ncludes the selection of men suita- 
ble to *<:rve in the ministry, as well as the 
gathering of money for their education and 
the publication and free distribution of 
evangelical literature. Gen. Sec. the Rev. 
S. Lord Gilberson, Church House. Treas., 
Alfred Lee, Church House. 

Protestant Episcopal Society for the 
Promotion of Evangelical Knowledge. 

rincor. xB^S.^ 

President, the Rev. Henry C. Jones, 
D.D. Sec, Thomas H. Topping, 2 Bible 
House, New York. Treas.. VValdron P. 
Brown. 2 Bible House, New York. Pub'- 
lishing Agent. Thomas Whittaker, 2 and 35 
Bible House. New York. 

St. Augustine League. 

Organized by the Bishop of New York 
for the purpose of carrving the faithful 
teachings of Christ and ftis Church to the 
coloured people of the South. The League 
desires to build churches and school-houses, 
pay the salaries of clergy and teachers, 
educate men for the ministry, and do such- 
other work as may be necessary. 

Officers: Chairman, Mrs. J. G. O'Conor, 
24 E. 3.^d St., New York. N. Y. Sec. 
Mrs. G. L. Chenev. .-^o West 86th St.. New 
York, N. Y. Cor'. Sec. Mrs. T. B. Brown- 
ing. 17 E. 87th St.. New York. N. Y. 
Treas.. Mrs. C. F. Ostrander, 50 West 53d 
St.. New York. N. Y. 

Society of St. Johnland. ["The Society 
of St. Johnland. Kings Park, Long Island, 
N. Y."] [Tncor. 1870.] 

Kings Park. Long Island. — Pres.. Robert 
L. Harrison. Vice Pres., the Rt. Rev. 
Frederick Burgess, '^^^^J^^^.yM^HS^^ 



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-B. Elliott. Treas,. Rogers H. Bacon, 49 W. 
20th St., New York. Chaplain, the Rev. 
Henry Chamberlaine, Kings Park, Long 
Island, N. Y. New Yotk Office, 328 Sixth 
-Ave. 

Socltty for the Increase of the Mlnlj" 
try. [Founded A. D. 1857.] 

Pns., the Rt. Rev. Chauncey B. Brew- 
ster, D.D. Rec. Sec, the Rev. Storrs O. 
Seymour, D.D. Cor. Sec, the Rev. F. D. 
Hoskins, xx Capitol Ave., Hartford. 
Treas,, Elijah C. Johnson, National Ex- 
change Bank, Hartford, Ct. 

See advertisement, page iii. 

*«The Church Mission to Deaf-Mates." 

CIncor. 1872.] 

Pres., the Bishop, ex-officio. General 
Manager, the Rev. John Chamberlain, 
D.D., 619 West 145th St., New York. 
Treasurer, H. G. Wisner, 45 Cotton Ex- 
change, New York. Maintains a home for 
aged and infirm deaf mutes of the State of 
New York. 

Mid-Western District. 

Embracing the Dioceses of Pittsburgh, 
Ohio, Southern Ohio. Kentucky, Lexington, 
Indiana, and Michigan. General Mission- 
ary, Rev. B. R. Allabough, 465 Ella St., 
Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

GUILDS AND SOCIETIES. 
American Church Union. 

The American Church Union is formed 
to defend and maintain unimpaired the 
Doctrine, Discipline and Worship of the 
Church against laxity and indifference 
within and hindrance and aggression from 
without. It gives its unreserved assent to 
the following principles: i. That the Prot- 
estant Episcopal Church is an integral part 
of the One Holy, Catholic and Apostolic 
Church. 2. That the Church's Creeds are 
to be interpreted and believed as held by 
the undivided Church. 3. That, as de- 
clared in the Preface to the Ordi- 
nal, the Ministry of the Church has 
been from the Apostles* time, threefold; 
and those only are to execute the functions 
of this Ministry in this Church who haye 
had Episcopal consecration or ordination. 
4. That the Scriptures of the Old and New 
Testaments are divinely inspired. 5. That 
the Church's Sacraments derive from Christ 
vital power to confer grace by the opera- 
tion of the Holy Ghost. 6. That the Mar- 
riage tie is indissoluble, as set forth in the 
Church's Form of Solemnization of Matri- 
mony. 7. That persons unconfirmed by a 
Bishop, who arc known to be neither ready 
nor desirous to receive Confirmation, ought 
not to be admitted to the Holy Communion, 
nor enrolled as Communicants of the 
Church. „, ^ ^ 

President, Mr. Clinton Rogers Woodruff, 
Philadelphia. Vice Presidents, the Rev. F. 
M. Clendenin, D.D., the Rev. F.^J. Hen- 
stridge, Mr. S. R. AUnutt. Rec Sec, CoL 
E. A. Stevens, Hoboken, N. J. Cor. Sec, 
the Rev. 'Elliot White, 960 Broad St., New- 
ark, N. J. Treas., Mr. Charles A. Grum- 
mon, IS Wall St., New York. 



Anglican and Eastern Othodox Churches 
U|ilon. [American Branch.] 

A society consisting of Bishops, Clergy and 
Laymen, of England, the United States 
and Oriental countries, (a) To promote 
mutual sympathy, understanding and in- 
tercourse; (b) to promote and encourage 
and study furthering reunion. Vice Presi- 
dents, the Rt. Rev. the Bishop Coadjutor 
of New Hampshire, the Rt. Rev. the Bish- 
op of Harrisburg, the Rev. Fr. Turkevich, 
and the Rev. Fr. Demetrius Petrides. Sec, 
the Rev. C. B. Perry, D.D., Cambridge, 
Washington Co., New York. Treas., Mr. 
Charles G. Saunders, Lawrence, Mass. 

Association for Promoting the In- 
terests of Church Schools, Colleges, and 
Seminaries. 

Pres., the Rev. Lawrence T. Cole, 147 
West 91st St., New York. N. Y. Sec, 
Charles F. Hoffman, 258 Broadway, New 
York, N. Y. Treas., George Zabriakie, 
D.C.L., 49 Wall St., New York, N. Y. 

Association for the Promotion of 
the Unity of Christendom. [Commonly 
called the A. P. U. C] 

A society, founded in England on the 
8th of September, 1857, for the purpose 
of uniting the members, clerical and lay, 
of the Roman, Greek, and An^ican Com 
munions in a bond of intercessory 
prayer for the reunion of Christendom. 
Membership in this Association involves 
neither entrance fees nor dues. The sole 
obligation incurred is the daily recitation 
of a specified prayer, together with one 
Our Father, to which is added, in the case 
of priests, the offering of the Holy Sacri- 
fice once in three months, for the inten- 
tion and work of the society. 

Secretary-General for America, the Rev. 
Calbraith Bourn Perry, D.D., Cambridge, 
Washington County, N. Y. 

Brotherhood of St. Andrew. 

An organization for the spread of Christ's 
Kingdom among men, especially young men. 
The work is done through parochial Chap- 
ters. There are now about 1,500 active 
Chapters, with about 16,000 members. 
Pres., Edward H. Bonsall, Philadelphia. 
Gen. Secretary, Hubert Carleton. Associate 
Secretary, George H. Randall. Official 
Organ, "St. Andrew's Cross," published at 
the office of the Brotherhood, Broad Ex- 
change Building, Boston, Mass. Editor, 
Hubert Carleton. The General Secretary 
will be glad to receive the names and ad- 
dresses of men in any part of the country, 
who might be held or won for God and the 
Church by the friendship and sympathy of 
a Brotherhood man, as well as to furnish 
information to Clergymen and others rela- 
tive to the forming of new Chapters. There 
are Junior and College departments also in 
connection with the Brotherhood. 

Brotherhood of the Way of the Cress. 

Superior, the Rev, A. E. Johnson, 108 
Harrison St., Providence. R. I. Sec, the 
Rev. Henry Martyn Saville, 233 Moody St, 
Waltham, Mass. 

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Christian Unity Foundation. 

(Incorporated 1910.) Offices, 143 Ea«t 
37th St., New York. A Voluntary and 
Unofficial Organization. The purpose for 
which this Corporation is formed is: To 
promote Christian Unity at home and 
throughout the world. To this end, to 
gather and disseminate accurate informa- 
tion relative to the faith and works of all 
Christian bodies: To set forth the great 
danger of our unhappy divisions and the 
waste of spiritual energy due thereto: To 
devise and suggest practical methods of co- 
operation, substituting comity for rivalry 
in the propagation of the common faith: 
To bring together all who are labouring in 
the same .field, and this in the belief that 
full knowledge of one another will empha- 
size our actual membership in the one body 
of Christ and our common agreement in 
the essentials of faith. That, finally, by the 
operation of the Spirit of God, the various 
Christian bodies may be knit together in 
more evident unity in the essentials of faith 
and practice and in one organic life. 

Pres., the Rt. Rev. Frederick Courtney, 
D.D. Vice Presidents, the Bishops of Al- 
bany, Southern Ohio, Chicago, Newark, and 
New York; Mr. Robert Fulton Cutting, 
Rear Admiral C. F. Goodrich, U. S. N., 
Mr. George Wharton Pepper, Hon. James 
H. Stiness. Chairman Executive Commit- 
tee, the Rev. George William Douglas, D.D. 
Chairman of Committee on Research, the 
Rev. Rockland Tyng Homans. Sec, the 
Rev. Arthur Lowndes, D.D., 143 East 37th 
St., New York. Treas., Francis C. Hunt- 
ington, Esq., 54 William St., New York. 
Publications of the Foundation will be sent 
on application to the Secretary. 

Church Association for tlie Advance- 
ment of tlie Interests of Labor. 

Headquarters, 416 Lafayette Street, New 
York. 

Pres., the Rt. Rev. David H. Grear, D.D. 
First Vice Pres., the Rev. Henry M. Bar- 
bour. Second Vice Pres., Miss Harriette 
A. Keyser. Treas., H. B. Livingston. Rec. 
Sec, Miss Lenore F. Sheppler. Cor. Sec, 
Miss Margaret S. Lawrence. 

Object: The advancement of the inter- 
ests of Labour by the application of the 
principles of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. 

All information relative to the work of 
C. A. I. L., and ihe formation of branches 
may be obtained from the Secretary. Con- 
tributions for the work of C. A. I. L. may 
be sent direct to the Treasurer. "Hammer 
and Pen/' the official organ of the society, 
published quarterly. 

Church Concress in the United States. 

[Organized 1874.] 

Pres., ex'officio, the Bishop of the 
Diocese in which any congress is held. 
Chairfnan of the General Committee, th« 
Rev. Charles Henry Babcock, D.D., 44 W. 
44th St., New York, N. Y. Treas., Thomas 
Whittaker, 2 Bible House, New York, N. Y. 
Gen. Sec, the Rev. G. A. Carstensen, 
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Church Periodical Club. [Founded Jan. 
10, x888. Incor. Feb. 17, 1893.] 

Pres., Mrs. Otto Heinigke, 420 Ovingtont 
Ave., Bay Ridge, N. Y.; Vice Presidents, 
Miss Louisa B. Allen, 275 Quincy St.,' 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mrs. C. G. Lee, 3 Pine 
St., Wollaston, Mass.; Miss Charlotte S« 
Draper, Wilton, N. H.; Mrs. Gaillard 
Stoney, 3294 Jackson St., San Francisco, 
Cal. ; Mrs. Homer W. Reboul, St. James,^ 
Long Island, N. Y.; Miss Agnes Lathers,. 
I West 94th St., New York; Miss A. D. 
Gilbert, 97 S. Arlington Ave., East Orange,. 
N. J.; Miss Sallie Stuart, Alexandria, Va.; 
Miss M. E. Thomas, 980 Simpson St., New 
York; Exec. Sec, Mrs, J. L. Chapin, 140 
West 69th St., New York; Rec Sec, Mis3 
Ann H. Laight, Scarsdale, N. Y.; Treas., 
Mrs. D. G. Luckett, 103 Waverly Place, 
New York; Treas. of Endowment Fund, 
Miss Edith S. D. Brown, 223 Prospect 
Ave., New Brighton, S. I.; Chairman of 
Travelling Library Committee, Miss L. M. 
Williams, 160 East 37th St., New York; 
Chairman on Publicity and Printing, Miss 
F. Cotheal, 152 East 4Sth St., New York; 
Members at Large, Mrs. R. H. Oakley, 106 
Wall St., New York; Mrs. Benjamin 
Franklin, 44 West 9th St., New York; Miss 
M. Strong, 145 East 4Sth St., New York; 
Miss E. W. Atwater, 232 Jefferson Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Object: To supply periodicals and books 
to those of the clergy and laity who are 
unable to procure good literature in any 
other way. •" 

The general office is at the Churchy Mis- - 
sions House, where any additional infor- 
mation will be gladly furnished. 

Church Temperance Society. 

Patron, the Rt. Rev. Daniel S. Tuttle, 
D.D., LL.D., D.C.L., Presiding Bishop; 
Pres., the Rt. Rev. Frederick Courtney, 
D.D.; Vice Presidents, the Rt. Rev. O. W. 
Whitaker, D.D., Bishop of Pennsylvania; 
the Rt. Rev. William Lawrence, D.D., 
Bishop of Massachusetts; the Rt. Rev. > 

David H. Greer, D.D., Bishop of New 
York; Treas., Mr. Irving Grinnell; Sec, 
Miss H. K. Graham; Organizing Sec, the 
Rev. H. P. Lyman-Wheaton, D.D., Ph.D. 

Women's Auxiliary. — Pres., Mrs. Geo. 
S. Bowdoin; First Vice Pres., Mrs. Robert 
B. Potter; Vice Presidents, Mrs. David H. 
Greer, Mrs. Lewis N. Anderson, Mrs. 
Richard B. Post; Treas., Mrs. Charlei 
Townsend; Cor. Sec, Miss H. D. Fellowes; 
Rec Sec, Miss H. K. Graham. 

Church Unity Society. 
Pres., the Presiding Bishop. Honorary 
Vice Presidents, 89 Bishops. Acting Pres., 
the Bishop of Bethlehem. Gen. Sec, Rev. 
G. Woolsey Hodge, 334 S. 13th St., Phila- 
delphia. Rec. Sec, David Goodbread, 635 
Walnut St., Philadelphia. 

Confraternity of the Blessed Sacra* 
oient of the Body and Blood of Christ.*' 

[American Branch.l ^ 

Superior General, the Rt. Rev. C.^ C 
Grafton, D.D., Bishopgifi^dfp^i^i^pC 



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Stcritary Ggngral, the Rev. E. B. Taylor, 
Bayonne, N. J. Treasurer General, the 
Rev. C. P. A. Burnett, 552 West End 
Avenue, New York City. The Confra- 
aternity of the Blessed Sacrament consists 
wof Bishops, Priests, and Deacons of the 
Anglican Communion, and of communi- 
tants of both sexes who concur in the 
following objects, rules, and recommenda- 
tions: 

Objects: (i) The honour due to the 
Person of our Lord Jesus Christ in the 
Blessed Sacrament of His Body and 
Blood. (2) Mutual and special interces- 
sion at the time of and in union with the 
Eucharistic sacrifice. (3) To promote the 
observance of the Catholic and primitive 
practice of receiving the Holy Communion 
fasting. 

Rules: (i) To communicate, or at least 
to be present, on Sundays and the greater 
Festivals and other Holy Days, when the 
Holy Eucharist is celebrated, unless pre- 
vantcd by sickness or other urgent cause, 
(a) To promote by all legitimate means 
frequent and reverent celebrations of the 
Holy Eucharist as the chief act of Divine 
service. (3) To make such special inter- 
cessions as shall be from time to time di- 
rected. 

Daughters of the King (Order of 
the). [Founded 1885.] 

An organization for the spread .of Christ's 
Kingdom among women and the strength- 
ening of parish life. The work is done 
through parochial chapters. - 

The Council.'— Pres. Emeritus, Mrs. E. 
A. Bradley, Trinity, Ossining, N. Y. Pres., 
Mrs. Adam Denmead, St. Michael and All 
Angels, Baltimore, Md. First Vice Pres., 
Mrs. Willard G. Davenport, Emmanuel, 
Anacostia, D. C. Second Vice Pres., Mrs. 
John Moncure, All Saints, Richmond, Va. 
Sec, Miss Emma E. Behlendorff, St. 
Paul's, Flatbush, 281 Fourth Ave., New 
York City. Treas., Mrs. Charles Henry 
Arndt, Christ Church, Germantown, Phila- 
relphia. Pa. 

Members. — Mrs. C. E. Bauman, Christ 
Church, New Haven, Conn. ; Deaconess Pell- 
Clarke, St. Mary's, Springfield Centre, N. 
Y.; Mrs. Wm. White Wilson, St. Mark's, 
Chicago, 111.; Miss Brenneman, St. John's, 
Cuvahoga Falls, Ohio; Miss Emma J. Hall, 
St.' Peter's, Charlotte, N. C; Mrs. William 
Martin, St. Ann's, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mrs. 
Stuart B. Purves, Holy Trinity, Minne- 
apolis, Minn.; Mrs. William Foster Bishop, 
Trinity, Muscatine, Iowa; Mrs. Frederick 
F. Reese, Christ Church, Savannah, Go.; 
Mrs. W. J. Myrth, St. Mark's Church, 
Washington, D. C; Miss E. R. Edsall, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Diocesan Secretaries' League. 

[Organized Boston, Mass., October 13, 
1904.] Officers, constitution Executive 
Committee: President, the Rev. W. C. 
Prout, Herkimer. N. Y. (Secretary of 
Convention of Diocese of Albany). Sec- 
retary, the Rev. George P. Atwater, 
Akron, Ohio (Secretary of Diocese of 
Ohio). Treasurer, the Rev. Erancis E. 



Webster, Waltham, Mass. (AssL SecreUry 
of Diocese of Massachusetts). 

The League to meet at time of C^neral 
Convention. 

Guild df All Souls. [American Branch. 
Founded March, a. d. 1873.] 

Superior, Rev. £. A. Larrabee. Warden, 
S. P. Delaney. Sec, T. E. Smith. 

Objects: (i) Intercessoiy Prayer— 
(a) for the dying; (b) for the repose of 
the souls of deceased members, and all the 
faithful departed. (2) To provide furni- 
ture for burials, according to the use of 
the (Hatholic Church, to as to set forth the 
two great doctrines of the ''Communion 
of Saints" and the "Resurrection of the 
Body." (3) The publication an4 diatribn- 
tion of literature pertaining to the objects 
of the Guild. 

All inquiries and communications should 
be addressed to the Secretary, T. E. Smith, 
Akron, O. 
.Qulid of ithe Holy Cross. [Incor.] 

For Invalids. The object is Intercessory 
Prayer and the Ministry of Consolation. 
Chaplain, the Rt. Rev. Edward William Os- 
borne, D.D., 720 E. Cook St., Spring- 
field, ni. Warden. Miss Mary F. Bolles. 
5609 Whittier Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. Sec, 
Mrs. H. C. Foote, 45 Charles Road, 
E., Cleveland, Ohio. Treasurer, Miss 
Mary Hobart, 5609 Whittier Ave., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. The Guild has established in 
Cleveland, Ohio, a Home for Crippled 
Children, called The Holy Cross Home. 

Girls' Friendly Society In America. 

[Founded 1877.] 

Pres.. Miss Mary A. L. Neilson, 325 S. 
1 2th St., Philadelphia. Pa. General Sec. 
Miss Eve Alexander, 6s9 West Lexington 
St.. Baltimore, Md. Central Office, Church 
Missions House, New York. 

Publications. — "The Associates' Record," 
published monthly, and "The Members' 
Quarterly." Price, 35 cents a year for 
"Record," 3 cents a year for the "Quar- 
terly." Subscriptions to be sent to the 
Central Office. 

Guild of St. Barnabas for Nurses. 

Chaplain General, the Rt. Rev. Cort- 
landt Whitehead, D.D., Bishop of Pitts- 
burgh. 

The object of the Guild is twofold: 

1. Religious. To assist iU members ia 
realizing the greatness of their calling and 
in maintaining the high standard of Chris* 
tian life and work. 

2. Social By associating nurses to* 
gether, and with them other women as 
friends to provide, under God's blessing, 
some of the comforts and power gained by 
such an association. 

The Guild has a membership of about 
2,100, and 34 branches in the United States. 

The entrance fee and the annual dues 
are each one dollar, to be paid at such 
time as each Branch shall appoint. 

Any information in regard to the 
Guild will be given by the General Secre- 
tary, Mrs. William Read Howe, ass Main 
St., Orange, N. J. 

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National Conference of Charch Clnbs of 
the United States. 

19th Annual Conference, held at Phila- 
delphia, Pa., May 2 and 3» ip"- ^^ . 

Pres., Burton Mansfield, The Church 
Club of th'e Diocese of Connecticut, New 
Haven, Conn.; First Vice Pres., John B. 
Coleman, The Church Club of the Diocese 
of Maine, Portland, Me.; Second Vice 
Pres,, Russell E. Van Kirk, The Church 
Club of the Dificese of Minnesota, St. 
Paul, Minn-; Third Vice Pres., William R. 
Friedel, The Churchman's Club of Mem- 

?his, Memphis, Tenn.; Sec*y-Treas., Charles 
". Chase, The Church Qub of the Diocese 
of Connecticut, New Briuin, Conn.; Asst. 
Sec, Louis B. Runk, The Church Club of 
Philadelphia, Philadelphia. Pa. 

Committees to Report to the Twentieth 
Conference. — On Church Club Extension, 
Messrs. Lawrence B. Evans, Tufts College, 
Mass.; Walter H. Young, Brooklyn, N. Y.; 
H. H. Heminway, Watertown, Conn.; E. 
L. Worthington, Cleveland, Ohio; Edwin 
S. Craig, Pittsburgh, Pa. On Requesting 
The House of Bishops to Prepare Prayers 
for Missionaries. Messrs. Samuel F. Hous- 
ton, Philadelphia, Pa.; Henry E. Rees, 
Hartford, Conn.; Courtenay Barber, Chi- 
cago, 111. On Memorialising the General 
Convention Regarding Expenses of Com- 
missions, Messrs. William Fellowes Morgan, 
Short Hills, N. J.; John N. Carpender, New 
Brunswick, N. J.; James M. Lamberton, 
Harrisburg, Pa. . , , 

Twentieth Conference, (Appointed to be 
held in Baltimore, Md., April 23 and 24, 
1912.) Pres., Hon. U. L. Marvin, The 
Church Club of Cleveland, Cleveland, Ohio; 
First Vice Pres^ John T. Collier, The 
Church Club of Philadelphia. Philadelphia, 
Pa.; Second Vice Pres., Prot. Lawrence B. 
Evans, The Episcopalian Club of Massachu- 
setts, Tufts College, Mass.; Third Vice 
Pres., Frank V. Rhodes, The Churchman's 
Club of the Diocese of Maryland, Balti- 
tnore, Md.; Sec.-Treas.. Charles F. Chase, 
The Church Club of the Diocese of Con- 
necticut, New Britain, Conn.; Asst. Sec, 
Edw. Guest Gibson, The Churchman's Club 
of the Diocese of Maryland- Baltimore, Md. 

Royal Order of St. Maxlmus. 

A Church Secret Society, founded (1907) 
on the Life of St. Maximus, erstwhile 
Bishop of Reiz. Three Ranks: Armour 
Bearer to the King, Sir Knight, and Prince. 
A fascinating Ritual teaching the Anglican 
Catholic Faith. The Rev. Ivan M. Merlin- 
jones, D.D., Founder and Supreme Prelate, 
Church of St. John the Divine, Syracuse, 
N. Y. 

St. Alban'4 Institute of Ecclesiastical 
Art. 

Columbus, Ohio.^Hon. Director, Mrs. 
Mary E. Rath-Merrili: 

Objects: (O To promote the greater 
glory of Almighty God and the good of 



Hit Church by the maintenance of a 
school of ecclesiastical embroidery aa4 
needlework. (2) To proTide a moans of 
livelihood for Church women in reduced 
circumstances. (3) The asatsting by ad- 
vice, and in other ways, those who arc de- 
sirous of following English rather thaa 
Roman customs in their churches. (4) 
To establish a bureau of information and 
supplies, where questions in all branchea 
of woman's work may be answered and 
materials supplied, and also to act at a 
medium between the members and asso- 
ciates, that the best and purest may ba 
given and received by each. (5) To pra»> 
tically assist AlUr Goildi in their holy 
work. 

St. ^Philip's Society. 

A Federation of Church Workers, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. Lay and Cleric. Maintains a 
teaching school for Lay Readers. Supplies 
Missions, Weak Parishes and Institutions. 
Members limited to male communicants of 
the Anglican Communion. P^'*u Joseph 
H. Osborne. Vice President, Dr. Frederick 
Hooker. Treas., Paul Halbig. Sec, the 
Rev. I. M. Merlinjones, D.D., Church of 
St. John the Divine, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Society of Saint Charles, King aad 
Martyr of England. [Founded in the City 
of Philadelphia on the even of St Charles' 
Day, January 29, 1903.] 

Object, First: the restoration of the 
practice of commemorating Saint Charles* 
thus aiding in the fulfillment of the prayer 
of our forefathers, "Let hia memory, O 
Lord, be ever blessed among us.'- Second* 
ly: the presentation in the name of the 
Society of altar crosses, altar desks, altar 
candlesticks, processional crosses and other 
accessories 01 worship to churches in need 
of the same. Prior, William Francis 
Smith, 1412 Ritner St., Philadelphia. Sec, 
James McKee, Jr., 1934 S. r/th St., Phila- 
delphia. 

*The Free and Open Charch Assocte* 
tion." [Founded, in 1875.] 

Office, 2353 East Cumberland St., Phila- 
delphia. Pres., W. W. Montgomery. Gen- 
eral Sec , Rev. J. A. Goodfellow, 2353 East 

Cumberland St., Philadelphia. Treasurer, 
Charles W. Cushman, 224 Walnut St., 
Philadelphia. 

'The New York Bible and ComiiMa 
Prayer-Book Society." [Founded 1809.] 

Pres., the Rt. Rev. the Bishop of New 
York. Sec. Edwin S. Gorham, 37 E. 28th 
St., New York. Treas., John McLean 
Nash, 63 Wall St., New York. Agent, R. 
M. Pott, 214 East 23d St., New York. , 

The Royal Order of St. Palth. 

A Church Secret Society for Women. 
Founded (1908) on the Life of St. Faith» 



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an early Martyr. Teaching the Anglican 
Catholic Faith by a fascinating Symbolic 
Ritual. The Rev. Ivan M. Merlinjones, 
D.D., Founder, Church of St. John the 
Divine, Syracuse, N. Y. 

The Society of Mission Clergy. 

An organization of competent priests, 
engaged in parochial or aiocesan work, 
willing to give Missions when called upon 
by the reverend Clergy. Address, Rev. 
Frank J. Mallet, Director. Salisbury, N. C. 

'The Society for the Home Study of 
Holy Scripture and Church History." 

[Incor. in 1889 in New York.] 
Fres.j the Bishop of Albany. Direc- 
tor and Organising Sec, Miss Sarah F. 
Smiley, the Library, 108 East 226. St., New 
York, N. Y. The Society desig^ied espec- 
ially for church-women is open to all 
American women by correspondence. 

FINANCIAL. 
Church Endowment Society. 

Officers and Board of Trustees: Pres., 
the Rt. Rev. W. F. Adams, D.D., D.C.L., 
Vice Pres,, the Rt. Rev. C. Whitehead, 
D.D., the Rt. Rev. C. S. Olmsted, D.D., 
the Rt. Rev. W. C. Gray, D.D., and the 
Rt. Rev. C. P. Anderson, D.D. All the 
Bishops of the American Church are Hon- 
orary Vice Presidents. Sec-General, the 
Rev. E. W. Hunter, of New Orleans. 
Treas., Thomas E. Baird, of Philadelphia. 
The above officers with the following per- 
sons constitute the Board of Trustees: Rev. 
Henry B. Bryan, Bermuda; Hon. Levi P. 
Morton, New York; Col. E. A. Stevens, 
Hoboken, N. J.; Mr. Albert Delery, Beu- 
lah, Miss.; Mr. H. Tones Saunders, San 
Francisco, Cal.; Mr. E. Worthington, Cin- 



cinnati, O. ; Mr. D. S. Clark, Mariana, Ark. 
Bankers, Messrs. J. Pierpont Morgan and 
Co. 

This Society exists to secure endowments 
for the Episcopate. .Cathedrals, pariah 
churches, asylums, nospitals, schools, re- 
ligious orders, domestic and foreign mis- 
sionary societies, and all enterprises of a 
religious, educational, or charitable charao- 
ter. It labours in any Diocese or Mission- 
ary Jurisdiction without expense to cither. 
For particulars address: Rer. E. W. Hun- 
ter, Secretary-General, Rector of St. Anna's 
Church, New Orleans. 

Clergymen's Mutual Insnraaca LM«a«. 

[Incor. 1869.] 

Pres., the .Rev. W. N. Bunnell, D.D., 
Rector Place, Red Bank, N. J. Sec and 
Treas., the Rev. Edwin B. Rice, 281 Fourth 
Ave., New York, N. Y. Any Clergyman 
of the Protestant Episcopal Church, "not 
over 40 years of age, in good health, and 
not to his knowledge seized of any disease 
likely to prove fatal," may become a mem- 
ber. All applications for membership must 
be made to the Treasurer. In 42 years the 
League has paid $512,000 to the benefici- 
aries of 505 deceased clergymen. Laymen 
may become co-operative members. 

Clergymen's Retiring Fund Society al 
the Protestant Episcopal Church of tiM 
United States. [Incor. in New Jersey 
1874; in New York, 1896.] 

Pres., the Bishop of Long Island. Sec, 
the Hon. J. V. V. Olcott. Treas., Elihu 
Chaunc'ey. Financial Sec, the Rev. Henry 
Anstice, D.D. Office of the Society, 
Church Missions House, 281 Fourth Ave., 
New York. Its object is to provide an 
annuity for the Clergy in their declining 
years. Amount of invested capital, $312,- 
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RELIGIOUS EDUCATION, 

WITH LIST OF 

SUNDAY-SCHOOL INSTITUTES, COMMISSIONS, ASSOCIA- 
TIONS AND COMMITTEES OF THE CHURCH. 

Collated from official sources by the Rev. Herman L. Duhring, D.D., late Secretary of tht 
Joint Commission of the General Convention on Sunday School Instruction. 



THE NEW CANON OF A GENERAL BOARD OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. 
Passed by the last General Convention in Cincinnati, Ohio, October 19, 19 10. 



SUNDAY SCHOOL. 

The Commission on Sunday School In- 
struction is now superseded by the General 
Board of Religious Educatioji according to 
Canon 55. 

Canon. 55 op a General Board of Relig- 
ious Education. 

general board. 
§ I. There shall be a General Board of 
Religious Education, the purpose of which 
shall be the unification and development of 
the Church's work of religious instruction, 
as carried on by the primary and secondary 
schools under the auspices of the Church, 
especially through the Sunday School, un- 
der the Constitution and Canons of the 
General Convention. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD. 

§ II. The Board shall be composed of 
the Presiding Bishop, seven other Bishops, 
and seven Presbyters and seven Laymen, 
triennially appointed by the presiding ofiR- 
cers of the respective Houses at the meet- 
ing of the General Convention, and two 
members elected by each of the Deoartment 
Conventions hereinafter provided for.* 

OFFICERS. 

S III. The Presiding Bishop shall be, ex 
officio, the President, and shall call the 
first meeting of the Board, at which eleven 
shall form a quorum. The Board shall elect 
a Vice President, a General Secretary, and 
a Treasurer, and such other officers as it 
deems necessary. 

DEPARTMENTAL ORGANIZATION. 

5 IV. There shall be organized in each 
Missionary Department a Sunday School 
Convention, auxiliary to this Board. Each 
Sunday School Convention shall be com- 
posed of the Bishops officially resident with- 



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in the Department, and of five delegates 
from each Diocese and Missionary District 
within such Department. Each Diocesan 
Convention or Council and Missionary Con- 
vocation shall elect its own. delegates, or 
provide for their election by the official 
Sunday School Organization of the Diocese. 

MEETINGS OF DEPARTMENT CONVENTIONS. 

§ V. Within one year after the Canon 
takes effect the President of each Mission- 
ary Department shall summon the delegates 
to the Sunday School Convention to meet 
for the purpose of organization. There- 
after each Department Convention shall 
meet as it shall provide. 

POWERS OF DEPARTMENT CONVENTIONS. 

§ VI. Each Department Convention shall 
have power: (a) To effect and provide for 
its own organization; (b) To elect a D^ 
partment Secretary, who shall work under 
the direction of the Board, with the ri^ht 
to attend all meetings of the Board with 
the privileges of the floor, but without the 
right to vote; (c) To promote the holding 
of meetings in the interest of the Sunday 
School, and to take all such measures to 
foster religious education within the De- 
partment as are consistent with the Consti- 
tution and Canons of the General Conven- 
tion, and of the Dioceses or Missionary Dit* 
tricts within the Department. 

CONTRIBUTIONS. 

§ VII. This Board shall be authorized 
to receive contributions for the prosecution 
of its work. 

REPORTS. 

§ VIII. Each Department Convention 
shall make an annual report to the Board 
of its work. And the Board shall make a 
triennial report to the General Convention. 

§ IX. This Canon shall take effect im- 
mediately. 



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GENERAL ORGANIZATIONS. 

General Board of Religious Education. Created by the General Convention of 
1910. Pres., ex officio, the Presiding Bishop. Appointed Members: The Bishop of Beth- 
lehem, the Bishop of Chicago, the Bishop of Connecticut, the Bishop of Newark, the Bish- 
op Coadjutor of New Hampshire, the Bishop of New York, the Bisnop of Kentucky; Rev. 
H. L. Duhring, D.D., Rev, Pascal Harrower, Rev. Lester Bradner, Jr., Rev. Carlton P. 
MiUs, Rev. W. C. Hicks, Rev. W. W. Smith, Rev. C. H. Young; Mr. W. R, Butler, Mr. 
R. H. Gardiner. Mr. James J. Greenough, Mr. Robert E. Anderson, Mr. George W. 
Jacobs, Mr. J. Kirby Mayse, Mr. W. F. Morgan. Elected Members: First Department, 
Rev. W. E. Gardner. Rev George W. Davenport; Second Department, Rev. Edw. J. Cleve- 
land, Prof. Henry A. Sill; Third Department, the Bishop of Harrisburg, Rev. IJewellyii 
N. Caley; Fifth Department, Rev. C. S. Lewis, Prof. C. R. Fish; Sixth Department, tie 
Bishop of North Dakota, Rev. F. L. Palmer; Eighth Department, the Very Rev. S. R. 
CoUaday, Rev. E. V. Shayler. 

SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTIONS. 

First Department Sunday School Convention. — Pres., the Bishop of Rhode Island; 
Vice Pres., Rev. Canon R. W. Plant; Sec., Rev. E. J. Dennen; Treas., Henry E. Rees; 
Department Sec, Rev. Frederick E. Seymour; Delegates to the General Board, Rev. W. 
E. Gardner, Rev. George .W. Davenport. 

Second Department Sunday School Convention, — Pres., the Bishop of Newark; Vice 
Pres., the Rev. Robert P. Kreitler; Field Sec., Rev. W. W. Smith, M.D.; Delegates to the 
General Board, the Rev. Edw. J. Qeveland, Prof. Henry A. SilL 

Third Department Sunday School Convention. — Pres., the President of the Third 
Missionary Department; Vice Fres., the Rev. Archdeacon Richard P. Williams; Executive 
Chaii-man, the Rev. D. L. Ferris; Department Sec^, the Rev. Dr. S. U. Mitman; Rec. 
Sec, the Rev. George Floyd Rogers; Treas., Hon. Josiah Howard; Delegates to the Gen- 
eral Board, the Bishop of Harrisburg and the Rev. Llewellyn N. Caley. 

Fourth Department Sunday School Convention. — (Convention not yet organized.) 

Fifth Department Sunday School Convention. — Pres., the Bishop of Western Michi- 
gan; Vice Pres., Rev. C. H. Young; Sec., Rev. Herbert H. H. Fox; Treas., Mr. T. I. 
Stacey; Educational Sec., Rev. F. C. Sherman; Delegates to the General Board of Re- 
ligious Education, Rev. C. S. Lewis, Prof. C R. Fish. 

Sixth Department Sunday School Convention. — Pres., the Bishop of North Dakota; 
Vice Pres., the Bishop of Western Colorado; Executive Chairman, the Rev. E. E. Lof- 
atrom; Rec Sec, the Rev. G. D. Dowling; Treas., Mr. Davis of Denver, Colorado; Dele- 
tes to the General Board of Religious Education, the Bishop of North Dakota, the Rev. 
L. Palmer, Seabury Divinity School; Department Sec, the Rev. N. F. Douglas (Minn.). 

Seventh Department Sunday School Convention. — (Convention not yet organized.) 

Eighth Department Sunday School Convention. — Pres., ex officio, the Rt. Rev. W. F. 
Nichols, D.D.; Vice Pres., the Rev. E. L. Parsons; Sec, the Rev. M. D. Wilson; Treas., 
Mr. E. Goodwin of Sacramento; Delegates to the (General Board of Religious Education, 
the Very Rev. S. R. CoUaday of Salt Lake City, and the Rev. E. V. Shayler of Seattle. 



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Joint Diocesan Lesson Committee. 1877. Pres., Rt Rev. James H. Darlington* 
D.D., LL.D., 17 North Front St, Harrisburg, Pa.; Sec, Rev. Herman L. Duhring, 
D.D., 225 S. Third St., Philadelphia, Pa.; Trcas., Mr. John E. Baird, 306 Real Estate 
Trust Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.; Asst. Sec., Rev. T. Wm. Davidson, 325 S. 3d St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Membership composed of sub-committees from the various Dioceses and Mis- 
sionary Jurisdictions throughout the Church, appointed by the Bishops of tne same. 

American Church S. S. Institute. 1884. Pres., Rt. Rev. George W. Peterkin, 
D.D., Parkersburg, W. Va.; Vice Presidents, Rt. Rev. William F. Nichols, D.D., San 
Mateo, Cal.; Rt Rev. William Walter Webb, D.D., Nashotah, Wis.; Rt Rev. James H. 
Darlington, D.D., LL.D., Harrisburg, Pa.; Rt Rev. Franklin S. Spalding, D.D.^ 
Salt Lake City, Utah; Sec, Rev. Herman L. Duhring, D.D., 225 South Third St, Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; Treas., Mr. George W. Jacobs, 208 W. Washington Sq., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sunday School Federation. 1904. Pres., Rt. Rev. James H. Darlington, D.D.r 
LL.D., Harrisburg, Pa.; ist Vice Pres., Rt Rev. Charles P. Anderson, D.D., Chi- 
cago; 2d Vice Pres., Rev. Pascal Harrowcr, West New Brighton, N. Y.; 3d Vice Pres.^ 
Mr. J. J. Greenough, Boston, Mass.; Cor. Sec, Rev. Wm. Walter Smith, M.D., 416 Lafay- 
ette St., New York; Rec Sec, Rev. S. U. Mitman, South Bethlehem, Pa.; Treas.^ 
Mr. Henry E. Rees, Aetna Fire Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn. 



DIOCESAN ORGANIZATIONS. 



Alaska. Sunday School Committee. 
1 90S. Pres., Rt. Rev. Peter Trimble Rowe, 
D.D., Sitka, Alaska; Sec, Rev. Charles E. 
Betticher, Jr., Fairbanks. Alaska. 

Albany. Sunday School Commission. 
1904. Pres., Very Rev. H. R. Talbot The 
Deanery, Albany, N. Y.; Sec, Rev. George 
L. Richardson, Glens Falls, N. Y.; Treas., 
Dr. James W. Canaday, 283 State St, Al- 
bany, N. Y. 

*Hoosick Falls Sunday School Institute. 

1907. Sec, Miss Audubon, Salem, N. Y.; 
Rev. C. B. Perry, Cambridge, N. Y. 

S. S. Teachers' Institute for Saratoga 
District. Pres., Rev. Oliver Shaw Newell, 
Glens Falls, N. Y. 

Arizona. Sunday School Committee. 

1908. Chairman, Rt. Rev. J. M. Kendrick, 
Phoenix, Arizona; Sec, Rev. Ernest W. 
Simonson, Douglas, Arizona. 

Arkansas. Diocesan Sunday School Com- 
mittee. 1907. Pres., Rev. Howard M. 
Ingham, Camden, Ark.; Sec, Very Rev. 
John Hartley, Ph.D., The Deanery, Little 
Rock, Ark.; Treas., Mr. P. K. Roots, Little 
Rock, Ark. 

AsHEViLLE. Sunday School Institute. 
1908. Pres., Rev. John S. Moody, Box 
251. Hickory, N. C; Vice Pres., Rev. 
Hervey C. Parke, Jf., Waynesville, N. C, 
Rev. William H. Hardin, Gastonia, N. C; 
Sec. and Treas., Rev. William G. Mc- 
Cready, D.D., Asheville, N. C. 

Atlanta. Atlanta Sunday School Insti- 
tute. 1898 and 1900. Pres., Rt Rev. C. 
K. Nelson, D.D., Atlanta, Ga.; ist Vice 
Pres., Rev. Charles Tyndell, Marietta, Ga. ; 
Treas., William Percy, N. Pryor St, At- 
lanta, Ga.; Sec, Rev. Charles K. Weller, 
College Park, Atlanta, Ga. 

Bethlehem. Sunday School Commis- 
sion. 1906. Pres., Rev. S. U. Mitman, 
Ph.D., South Bethlehem, Pa.; Sec, 

; Treas., Mr. William H. War- 
ner, Montrose, Pa. 

*Not actively at work. 



California. Sunday School Commission, 
1 90 1. Pres., Rev. Edw. L. Parsons, 2532 
Durant Ave., Berkeley, Cal.; Sec. sSd 
Treas., Rev. Mardon D. Wilson, 121 5 Sac- 
ramento St, San Francisco, Cal. 

Institutes are arranged for in each of th« 
Convocations of the Diocese, San Francisco 
and San Jose. 

Alameda County Sunday School Teach' 
ers" Association. Pres., Mr. Clifton KroU, 
Oakland, Cal. 

San Francisco Sunday School Teachers' 
Association. Pres., Mr. J. C. Astredo, San 
Francisco, Cal. 

Central New York. Sunday School 
Commission. 1905. Pres., Rev. James J. 
Burd, 982 Bleecker St., Utica, N. Y.; Sec 
and Treas., Rev. F. C. Smith, Boonville, 
N. Y. 

Affiliated Institute in Syracuse. 

Church Sunday School Institute of Syra- 
cuse. 1896. Pres., Rev. Walter E. Jones, 
121 Green St., Syracuse; Vice Pres., Rev. 
A. L. Reed; Sec, Mr. John H. A. Ed- 
monds, 119 Oakland St., Syracuse; Treas., 
Mr. B. L. Visscher, 1426 State St., Syra- 
cuse. 

Chicago. Sunday School Commission. 

1903. Pres., Rev. C. H. Young, 6451 
Woodland Ave., Chicago; Sec and Treas., 
Rev. 11. B. Gwyn, 4857 Kenmore Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 

Affiliated Institutes, North, South, and 
West Side, and Western. 

North Side Sunday School Institute. 

1904. (Same as West Side.) 

South Side Sunday School Institute. 
1904. Pres., Rev. J. H. Hopkins, D.D., 
5701 Washington Ave., Chicago, 111.; Sec 
and Treas., Mr. Frederick Teller, 1526 E. 
66th St, Chicago. 

IVest Side and West Suburban Sunday 
School Institute. 1901. Pres., Rev. E. 
Craft Gear, Maywood, Chicago, 111.; Sec. 
and Treas., Mr. M. A. King, 404 loth 
Ave., Maywood, 111. ^ 

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Westtrn Sunday School Institute. 1909. 
Pres., Rev. Edwin Weary, Sterling, 111.; 
Sec., Rev. George J. Zinn, Morrison, 111. 

Colorado. Sunday School Commission. 
1904. Chairman, Rt. Rev. Charles S. Olm* 
sted, D.D., Denver, Colo.; Sec. and Treas., 
Rev. F. F. Kramer, 2222 West Thirty-sec- 
ond Ave., Denver, Colo. 

Connecticut. Sunday School Commis- 
sion. 1906. Pres., ex officio, Rt. Rev. 
Chauncey B. Brewster, D.D., 98 Woodland 
St., Hartford, Conn.; Sec, Rev. W. P. 
Downes, New Haven, Conn.; Treas., Mr. 
Henry E. Rees, care of Aetna Insurance 
Co., Hartford, Conn. 

Local branches have been organized 
throughout the Diocese. 

Sunday School Auxiliary to the Board of 
Missions. 1899. Pres., ex officio, Rt. Rev. 
Chauncey B. Brewster, D.D., 98 Woodland 
St., Hartford, Conn.; Vice Pres., Rev. E. 
Campion Acheson, Middletown, Conn.; 
Sec, Mr. Harry H. Heminway, Watertown, 
Conn.; Treas., Mr. Henry E. Rees, care of 
Aetna Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn. 

Cuba. Sunday School Commitee. Pres., 
the Rt. Rev. A. W. Knight, D.D., Havana, 
: Cuba; Chairman, Mr. E. G. Harris, P. O. 
Box 650, Havana, Cuba; Rev. Manuel F. 
Moreno, Bolondron, Cuba; Rev. Emilio 
Planas, Limonar, Cuba. 

Dallas. Sunday School Commitee. 1905. 
Chairman, Rev. C. R. D. Crittenton, Deni- 
son, Texas. 

Delaware. Sunday School Institute of 
Delaware. 1906. Pres., Rev. Charles H. 
Holraead, Wilmington, Del.; Sec, Miss 
Lucie S. Primrose, 814 West 8th St., Wil- 
mington, Del.; Treas., Mr. Frederick Bring- 
hurst, 1 80 1 Market St., Wilmington, Del. 

DuLUTH. Sunday School Commission. 
1906. Chairman, Very Rev. A. H. Wur- 
tele, The Cathedral, Duluth, Minn.; Sec 
and Treas., Miss Agnes Wells, Duluth, 
Minn. 

Eastern Oregon. District Sunday School 
Committee. 1909. Chairman, Rev. J. N. 
Barry, Baker City, Oregon. 

Easton. Diocesan Sunday School Insti- 
tute. 1906. Pres., Rt. Rev. W. F. Adams, 
D.D., LL.D., D.C.L., Easton, Md.; Sec, 
Rev. W. N. Weir, » Stevensville, Md.; 
Treas., Mr. B. E. Whitman, Easton, Md. 

East Carolina. Sunday School Commis- 
sion. 1906. Chairman and Field Sec, Rev. 
T. H. Brown, Newbern, N. C; Rev. C. F. 
Smith, Elizabeth City, N. C; Rev. William 
E. Cox, 311 Red Cross St., Wilmington, 
N. C; Mr. S. M. Boatwright, Wilmington, 
N. C; Mr. George C. Royall. 

Erie. Diocesan Sunday School Institute. 
To be appointed by the Bishop. 

Florida. Diocesan Sunday School Com- 
mittee. 1905. Pres., the Rt. Rev. Edwin 
G. Weed, D.D,. Jacksonville, Fla.; Sec, 
Rev. Walter T. Cavell, Lake City, Fla.; 
Treas., Rev. J. H. Davet, S. Jacksonville, 
Fla. 



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Committee on Christian Education. 1907*- 
Chairman, Rev. Walter T. Cavell, Laki 
City, Fla. 

Haiti. Sunday School Commitee. 1905^ 
Chairman, Rev. ricrre E. Jones, Port At 
Prince, Haiti. 

Harrisburg. Committee on Sundaf 
School Instruction. Rev. CliflFord G. Twoi* 
bly, Lancaster, Pa.; Rev. John Hewit^ 
Bellefonte, Pa.; Rev. Alfred G. A. Bux- 
ton, Lewistown, Pa.; Mr. Thomas J, 
Brown, Mr. Frank K. White, D.D.S., Mr. 
George F. Stibgen. 

Honolulu. Sunday School Committee, 
1905. Chairman, Rev. W. H. Bliss, St J 
Andrew's Cathedral, Honolulu, T. H. | 

Idaho. Sunday School Committee. 1903. 1 
Chairman, Rev. A. Chamberlaine, Twin 
Falls, Idaho; Sec, Rev. D. J. W. Somer- | 
ville, Lewiston, Idaho; Rev, D. H. Jones, 1 
Boise, Idaho; Rev. S. W. Creasey, Shos- ! 
hone, Idaho. 

Indianapolis. Sunday School Commis- I 
sion. 1905. Pres., Rev. J. S. Light- 
bourne, Richmond. Ind.; Sec, Rev. A. Q. ] 
Bailey, 321 E. Market St., Jeffersonville, 
Ind. ] 

lowA. Sunday School Commission. 1903. 
Chairman, Rev. William P. James, Mar- , 
shalltown, la.; Sec and Treas., Rev. John ' 
William Jones, Council Bluffs, la. Affili- 
ated institutes in each deanery. I 

Kansas. Sunday School Commission. 
Chairman, Rev. L. G. Morony, Kansas City, | 
Kan.; Rev. George F. Degen, Chanute, 
Kan.; Rev. R. H. Mize, Emporia, Kan.; , 
Mr. V. E. Atkinson, Parsons, Kan.; Mr. ! 
T. J. White, Kansas City, Kan. 

Kansas City. Diocesan Sunday School 
Institute. 1901. Pres., Mr. B. C. aiow- 
ard, 2457 Forest Ave., Kansas City, Mo.; 

Sec. and Treas., -. 

Kearney. Sunday School Committee. 
1905. Chairman and Sec, Rev. Louis A. 
Arthur, Grand Island, Neb. 

Kentucky. Sunday School Board. 1906- 
Chairman, Rev. Charles L. Biggs, Hender- 
son, Ky.; Sec, Rev. F. W. Hardy, 117 W. 
Kentucky St., Louisvillci Ky.; Treas., Mr. 
H. S. Gray, Louisville, Ky.; Rev. John 
Mockridge, Louisville; Mr. R. W. Coving- 
ton, Bowling Green; Miss Jennie E. Glass, 
Hopkinsville; Miss .Sue Towles, Hender- 
spn; Mr. William E. Pilcher, Louisville; 
Prof. H. A. Maxwell, Louisville. 

Sunday School Department of the Lay- 
man's League. 1906. Chairman, Mr. P. S. 
Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. 

Lexington. Church Sunday School In- 
stitute. (Northern and Southern Districts.) 
1905. Pres. and Acting Sec, Rev. F. B. 
Wentworth, Winchester, Ky.; Treas., Hon. 
Allen D. Cole, Maysville, Ky. 

Long Island. Sunday School Commis- 
sion of the Diocese of Long Island. 1900. 
Pres., Rev. W. S. Baer, 390a Monroe St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; Sec, Mr. Charles H. Ful- 
ler, 2 Tennis Court, Flatbush, Brooklyn, 
N. Y.; Treas., Mr. A. A. Low, 3 Pierre- 
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Los Angeles. Sunday School Institute 
of the Diocese of Los Angeles. 1900. 
Pres., Rt. Rev. Joseph H. Johnson, D.D., 
Los Angeles, Cal.; ist Vice Pres., Rev. 
Robert B. Gooden, Long Beach, Cal. ; 2d 
Vice Pres., Rev. F. U. Bugbee, Pomona, 
Cal.; Sec. and Trcas., Rev. E. L. Howe, 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

Louisiana. Diocesan Sunday School 
Commission. 1907. Pres., Rt. Rev. Davis 
Sessums, D.D., New Orleans, La.; Sec and 
Treas., Rev. G. L. Tucker, 'Houma, La. 

Maine. Sunday School Commission. 
1906. Chairman, Rev. Canon R. VV. Plant, 
Gardiner, Me., Sec. and Treas., . 

Maine Sunday School Institute. 1906. 
Chairman, Rev. ^Canon R. W. Plant, Gardi- 
ner, Me.; Sec. and Treas., Rev. H. M. 
Folsom, Biddeford, Me. 

First Division Sunday School Institute. 

Sec, Rev. L. A. Parsons, Brunswick, Me. 

Marquette. Sunday School Committee. 

Chairman, Rev. Bates G. Burt, Marquette, 

Mich. 

Maryland. Diocesan Sunday School In- 
stitute. 1904. Pres., Rt. Rev. John Gard- 
ner Murray, D.D., 1106 Madison Avenue, 
Baltimore; ist Vice Pres., Rev. William M. 
Dame, D.D., 1409 Bolton St, Baltimore; 
Sec, Mr. William Magee, 322 North Gil- 
mor St., Baltimore; Treas., Mr. Frank V. 
Rhodes, 701 Fidelity Bldg., Baltimore. 

Massachusetts. Sunday School Union. 
1907. Pres., the Bishop of the Diocese, 
ex officio; Vice Pres., Rev. Alexander 
Mann, S.T.D., 233 Clarendon St., Boston; 
Sec, Rev. F. W. Fitts, Roxbury, Boston; 
Treas., Mr. Henry G. Vaughan, 53 State 
St., Boston. 

Diocesan Board of^ Education. (Being 
the Executive Committee of the Sunday 
School Union.) Pres., the Bishop, ex 
officio; Chairman, Mr. J. J. Greenough, 100 
Bacon St., Boston; Sec, Rev. Reginald H. 
Coe, Belmont, Mass.; Treas.," Mr. Henry 
G. Vaughan. 

Diocesan Educational. Sec, Rev. Carl- 
ton P. Mills, The Diocesan House, i Joy 
St., Boston. 

Local Branches of Sunday School Union. 
The Central Branch. Pres., Rev. Philo 
W. Sprague; Sec. and Treas., Rev. Ernest 
N. Bullock, 530 Broadway, South Boston. 
North Shore Branch. Pres., Rev. Allen 
Greene; Sec. and Treas., Miss Frances 
Grosvenor, 33 Main St., Peabody, Mass. 

North Suburban Branch, Pres., Rev. A. 
H. Barrington, Ph.D^ Sec and Treas., Mr. 
William E. Battles, Everett, Mass. 

Merrimac Branch. Pres., Rev. G. B. 
J^ussell; Sec and Treas., Mr. Albert L. 
Sawyer, Haverhill, Mass. 

Middlesex Branch. Pres., Rev. F. Web- 
ster Walttiam; Sec. and Treas., Mr. L. G. 
Putnam. 

Western Branch. Pres., Rev. Richard 
T. Loring; S«o« and Treas., Rev. John Mat- 
t«ton, Auburn St., Aubumdale, Mass. 



Norfolk Branch. Pres., Rev. Carroll 
Perry; Sec and Treas., Rev. F. W. Fitts, 
40 Linwood St., Roxbury, Mass. 

Southern Boston Branch. Pres., Rev. W. 
L. Clark; Sec, Rev. Thatcher R. Kimball, 
"The Tudor," Boston; Treas., Miss Mar- 
garet Bellamy, 17 Bowdoin Ave., Dorches- 
ter, Mass. 

South Shore Branch. Pres., Rev. H. K. 
Bartow; Sec. and Treas., Rev. F. C. Wil- 
liams. 

Southern Branch. Pres., Rev. F. Boyer{ 
Sec. and Treas., Rev. Linden Harris White, 
Fall River. 

Old Colony Branch. Pres., Rev. P. 
Mooney. Sec. and Treas., Rev. F. M. 
Rathbone, Taunton. 

Michigan. Diocesan Sunday School 
Commission. 1899. Chairman, ex officio, 
Rt. Rev. C. D. Williams, D.D., 44 Cam- 
pau Bldg., Detroit; Chairman, Rev. John 
Munday, Port Huron, Mich.; Educational 
Sec, Rev. S. A. Huston, 141 E. Warren 
Ave., Detroit; Sec, Mr. George Swift, 34 
W. Congress St., Detroit. 

Independent Institutes in Detroit and 

Central, Northern and Southern 

Convocations. 

Central Convocation Sunday School In- 
stitute. 1894. Pres., Rev. John Munday, 
820 Court St., Port Huron, Mich.; Sec and 
Treas., Rev. A. T. Reasoner, Fenton, Mich. 

Northern Convocation Sunday School In- 
stitute. 1909. Pres., Rev. A. A. W. Hast- 
ings, Alpena, Mich. 

Southern Convocation Sunday School In- 
stitute. 1902. *Pres., Rev. William Car- 
dam, Ypsilanti, Mich.; Sec and Treas., 
Rev. C. C. Kent, Clinton, Mich. 

Detroit Church Sunday School Institute 
Convocation. 1882. Pres., the Bishop, ex 
officio, 44 Campau Bldg., Detroit; Vice 
Pres., Rev. H. Hobart Barber, 444 E. 
Grand Boulevard, Detroit; Treas., Mr. 
Dudley W. Smith, 112 Woodward Ave., 
Detroit; Sec, Rev. R. T. W. Webb, 17 E. 
Mt. Calm St., Detroit. 

Michigan City. Committee on Sunday 
Schools. 1907. Chairman, Rev. W. E. 
Morgan, Ph.D., Trinity Church, Peru, 
Ind.; Rev. M. M. Day, Valparaiso, Ind.; 
Mr. W. C. Johnson, Mr. A. W. Leedy, 
Mr. O. M. Kinnison. 

Milwaukee. Diocesan Sunday School 
Association. 1905. Pres., Rev. Frederick 
Edwards, Milwaukee, Wis.; Sec. and 
Treas., Mr. W. G. Bullock. 

Minnesota. Sunday School Association. 
1889. Pres., Rt. Rev. S. C. Edsall, D.D./ 
2642 Portland Ave., Minneapolis, Minn.; 
ist Vice Pres., Rev. C. E. Haupt; 2d Vice 
Pres., Rev. A. Chard; Sec, Rev. Elmer E. 
Lofstrom, Seabury Hall, Faribault, Minn.; 
Treas., Mr. J. A. Chase, 734 East i6th St.» 
Minneapolis, Minn.; Field Sec, for Sun- 
day Scnool Work, Rev. Newell F. Doug> 
lass. Box 306, Minneapolis, Minn. 

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Mississippi. Sunday School Committee, 
1908. Pres., ex officio, the Bishop; Rev. 
Albert Martin, Yazoo Citjr, Miss.; Rev. C. 
W. Hinton, Vicksburg, Miss.; Rev. Halsey 
Werlein, Jr., Jackson, Miss. 

•Missouri. The Church Sunday School 
Institute of the Diocese of Missouri. Pres., 
Rt. Rev. Daniel S. Tuttle, D.D., 74 Vande- 
venter PI., St. Louis, Mo. ; Sec. and Treas., 
Mr. Arthur J. Watling, Webster Groves, 
Mo. 

Sunday School Missionary Host. 1882. 
Pres., Mr. Wallace Dellafield, St. Louis, 
Mo.; Sec, Mr. William P. Nelson, 5716 
Clemens Ave., St. Louis. 

Montana. Sunday School Committee. 
1905. Rev. S., D. Hooker, Dillon, Mont.; 
Rev. James L. Craig, Anaconda, Mont.; 
Rev. C. P. Burnett, Livingston, Mpnt.; 
Mr. W. C. Messias, Mr. C. A. Ruggles. 

Nebraska. Sunday School Committee. 
1905. Chairman, Rev. W. W. Barnes, Ne- 
braska City, Neb. 

Nevada. Sunday School Committee, 
1908. Chairman, Rev. Percival S. Smithe. 
Reno, Nev.; Rev. Hoyt E. Henriques and 
Dr. George F. Pope, Battle Mountain, 
Nev.; Sunday School Organizer, Rev. Per- 
cival S. Smithe. 

Newark. Sunday School Committee. 
1905. Chairman, Rt Rev. Edwin S. Lines, 
D.D., 21 Washington St., Newark, N. J.; 
Sec, Rev. William T. Lipton, 113 Newark 
Ave., Bloomfield, N. J. 

New Hampshire. Sunday School Com- 
mission. 1900. Pres., Rev. G. R. Hazard, 
Manchester, N. H.; Sec Rev. Victor M. 
Haughton, Exeter, N. H.; Treas., Mr. Al- 
fred E. Yeates. 

Association of Sunday Schools of Dio- 
cese of New Hampshire. 1903. Pres., Rev. 
Victor M. Haughton, Exeter, N. H.; Sec. 
and Treas., Mr. Frank H. Foster, Clare- 
mont, N. H. 

New Jersey. Sunday School 'Commis- 
sion. 1904. Pres., Rev. W. Dutton Dale, 
Seabright, N. J.; Sec, Rev. Henry Hale 
Gifford, Ph.D., Grace Church, East Jersey 
and Second Sts., Elizabeth, N. J. 

Local Organizations in Affiliation with 
Commission at New Brunswick, Plain- 
field, Trenton, Elizabeth, Riverton, 
West Jersey, Middlesex, Camden, Bur- 
lington, AND Red Bank. 

Camden Sunday School Association, 
Pres., Rev. A. E. Brestcll; Sec, Mr. Ar- 
thur Turner. 

Elisabeth District Sunday School Associ- 
xttion, 1909. Pres., Rev. Henry Hale Gif- 
ford, Ph.D., Elizabeth; Sec, Rev. Edw. P. 
Little, Elizabeth; Treas., Rev. Robert W. 
Elliott, Rahway, N. J. 

Trenton District Sunday School Associa- 
tion. 1909. Pres., Rev. R. E. Urban, 
Trenton. Sec, Mr. Walter Wilton; Treas., 
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Plainfield District Sunday School Asso- 
ciation. 1909. Pres., Rev. E. V. Steven- 
son, Plainfield, N. J.; Sec Rev. Arthur S. 
Phelps, Bound Brook, N. J.; Treas., Rev. 
William R. Mulford, Scotch Plains, N. J. 

Middlesex County Sunday School Asso- ' 
ciation. 1909. Pres., Mr. ¥. M. P. Pearse; 
Sec. Miss H. B. Driggs; Treas., Miss A. 
K. Carpender. 

Sunday School Association of Burling- 
ton District. Organized November 4, 1909. 
Chairman, Rev; R. Bowden Shepherd, Riv- 
erton, N. J.; Sec, Mr. B. H. Roe, Borden- 
town, N. J. 

IVest lersey Sunday School Association. 
Pres., Rev. C. B. Dubell, Glassboro; Sec, 
Rev. G. L. Bishop; Treas., Rev. C. M. 
Perkins. 

New Mexico. Sunday School Commit- 
tee. 1908. Chairman, Rt. Rev. J. M. Kcn- 
drick, Phoenix, Arizona; Sec, Rev. Harvey 
M. Shields, Dawson, New Mexico. 

New York. Sunday School Commission. 
1898. Chairman, Rev. Canon Pascal nar- 
rower. West New Brighton, S. I.. N. Y.; 
Sec, Rev. Wm. Walter Smith, M.D., 416 
Lafayette St., New York; Treas., Mr. H. 
H. Pike, 140 Pearl St., New York. 

In affiliation. The New York Diocesan 
Sunday School Association. 

New York Diocesan Sunday School Asso- 
ciation. 1905. Pres., Rt. Rev. David H. 
Greer, D.D., Diocesan House, New York; 
Sec, Rev. Wm. Walter Smith, M.D., 416 
Lafayette St., New York; Treas., Mr. H. 
H. Pike, 140 Pearl St., New York. 

North Carolina. Sunday School Com- 
mittee. 1904. Chairman, Rev. N. C. 
Hughes, Raleigh, N. C; Rev. J. M. 
Hughes, Henderson, N. C; Rev. S. M. 
Hanff, Duke, N. C; Mr. Thomas H. Webb, 
Duke, N. C; Mr. Robert S. Kittrell, Tar- 
boro, N. C. 

North Dakota. Sunday School Com- 
mission. 1904. Chairman and Sec, Rev. 
Edw. W. Burleson, Jamestown, N. D. ; 
Rev. G. J. Childs, Casselton, N. D.; Rev. 
D. F. Thompson, Wahpeton, N. D. 

Ohio. Sunday School Commission, 1904. 
Pres., Rev. Henry E. Cooke, The St. Regis, 
Cleveland, Ohio; Sec. and Treas., Rev. 
John C. Jagar, 1867 Crawford Rd., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Affiliated, Church Education Society of 
Cleveland and The Sandusky Convocation 
Sunday School Institute. 

Church Education Society of Cleveland^ 
1904. Pres., Rev. Gerard F. Patterson, 
10006 South Boulevard, Cleveland, Ohio; 
Sec, Rev. Charles C. Bubb, 1839 East 20th 
St., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Sandusky Convocation Sunday School In- 
stitute. 1907. Pres., Rev. Arthur Dumper, 
Norwalk. Ohio; Sec. and Treas., Rev. Fran- 
cis Mcllwain, Christ Church Rectory, Hu- 
ron, Ohio. 

Oklahoma. Sunday School CommOtte. 
1908. Rev. J. M. D. Davidson, D.D., Ok- 

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lahoma City, Okla.; Rev. H. J. Llwyd, 
M!uskogee, Okla.; Deaconess K. L. Patter- 
son, Oklahoma City; Mrs. T. H. Dwyer, 
Ohickasha. 

Olympxa. Sunday School Committee, 
1909. Chairman, Rev. S. H. Morgan, St. 
Paul's Church, Seattle, Wash.; Rev. R. J. 
Arney, Kent, Wash. 

Oregon. Sunday School Commission, 
1907. Appointed by the Bishop and Con- 
vention. 

Pennsylvania. Sunday School Associa- 
tion of the Diocese of Pennsylvania. 1870. 
Appointed by Diocesan Convention. Pres., 
Rt. Rev. Philip Mercer Rhinelander, D.D., 
Vice Pres., Mr. Orlando Crease, Mr. John 
E. Baird; Rec. Sec, Mr. C. K. Klink» Room 
512, Reading Terminal, Philadelphia; Cor. 
Sec.» Rev. Herman L. Duhring, D.D., 22$ 
South Third St., Philadelphia; Treas., Mr. 
J. Lee Patton, 404 Betz Bldg., Philadelphia. 

Philippine Islands. Sunday School 
Committee. 1908. Chairman, Rt. Rev. 
Charles H. Brent, D.D., Bishop's House, 
Manila, P. I.; Sec, Rev. George C. Bart- 
ter. Box 423, Manila, P. I. 

FiTTSBUBGH. Dtoceson Sunday School 
Institute. 1903. Pres., Rev. R. N. Meade, 
Pittsburgh; Vice Pres., H. C. Westervelt, 
M.D., Pittsburgh J Sec, E. J. Edsall, Cal- 
vary Church, Pittsburgh; Treas., James 
MacQueen, Sewickley, Pa. 

Porto Rico. Sunday School Commis- 
sion. 1908. Chairman, Rev. Frederick A. 
Warden, San Juan, P. R. 

QuiNCY. Sunday School Commission of 
the Diocese of Quincy. 1907. Rev. H. 
Atwood Percival, ■ D.D., Peoria, lU. ; Rev. 
T. M. Maxon, Galesburg. III.; Mr. L. M. 
Boggess, Peoria, III.; Mr. W. F. Bailey. 
Galva, IlL 

Rhode Island. Diocesan Committee on 
Christian Education. 1808. Pres., Rev. 
William Pressey, Ashton, R. I.; Sec, Fred- 
eric Bowman, 518 Industrial Trust Bldg., 
Providence, R. I.; Treas., William L. Coop, 
46 Rochambeau Ave., Providence, R. I. 

Affiliated Institutes in Newport, Paw- 
tucket AND Providence. 

^Newport Episcopal Sunday School Asso' 
ciation. 1906. Pres., Rev. S. C. Hughes, 
Newport, R. I.; Sec and Treas., Dr. C. 
A. Carr, 17 Rhode Island Ave., Newport, 
R. I. 

Sunday School Association of the Con- 
vocation of Pawtucket. 190^. Sec and: 
Treas., Lewis D. Learned, Asnton, R. I. 

Providence District Sunday School Asso- 
ciation. 1906. Pres., Rev. Lester Brad- 
ner, Jr., Ph.D., 144 Benefit St., Providence, 
R. I.: Sec, Mr. Frederic Bowman, 518 In- 
dustrial Trust Bldg., Providence, K. I. 

*SACteAMENTO. Sunday School Commit^ 
sion. 1905. Pres., Rev. D. E. Holt, Wood- 
land, Cal.; Sec, Rev. C. E. Farrar, 16x8 
O St, Sacramento, Cal. 

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Salina. Sunday School Commissum, 
1905. Pres. and Sec, Rev. G. H. Trickett» 
Minneapolis, Kan. ; Treas., Mr. A. R. Good- 
wyn, Minneapolis, Kan. 

South Carolina. Sunday School Com' 
mission. 1905. Chairman, Rev. Charles 
E. Byrer, Springfield, Ohio; Sec. and 
Treas., Mr. Seth Hayes, 42 Liberty St., 
Dajrton, Ohio. 

Sunday School Teachers* Institute of 
Charleston. Pres., Rev. William Way, 13S 
Rutledge Ave., Charleston, S. C. 

South Dakota. Sunday School Commit" 
tee. 1905. Chairman, Rev. E. M. Cross* 
Sturgis, S. D.; Rev. George S. Keller, 
Rapid City, S. D. 

Southern Florida. Committee on ChrtS' 
tian Education. Archdeacon Percy J. Ro- 
bottom, Titusville, Fla.; Archdeacon T. H. 
Johnston, Fort Pierce, Fla.; Mr. B. A. 
Weathers, Ocala, Fla. 

Southern Ohio. Sunday School Com- 
mission, 1905. Pres., Rev. Theodore I. 
Reese, Columbus, Ohio: Sec. and Treas., 
Mr. Seth Hayes, 4a Liberty St., Dayton* 
Ohio. 

Affiuated Institutes in Cincinnati ana 
Columbus. 

Columbus Sunday School Institute, 1905. 
Pres., Rev. C. E. Byrer, Columbus, Ohio; 
Sec, Mrs. William Scarlett, 971 Brvdett 
Road, Columbus, Ohio; Treas., Mr. Jk D. 
H. McKinley, Columbus, Ohio. 

Cincinnati Sunday School Institute, 
1902. Pres., Rev. F. L Flinchbaugh, 3780 
Clifton Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio; Vice Pres., 
Canon Charles Reade, St. Paul's Cathedral, 
Cincinnati, Ohio; Sec^ Miss M. Dickson, 
502 Prospect PI., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Southern Virginia. Sunday School 
Commission. 1904. Chairman, Rev. Wil- 
liam Milton, D.D.. Roanoke, Va.; Re^. 
Reverdy Estill, Ph.D., D.D., Hampton, 
Va. ; Rev. James Owens, Norfolk, Va. ; Rev. 
Chiswell Dabney, Chatham, Va.; Mr. S. 
Greaves, Roanoke, Va. 

Sunday School Institute of the Convoca- 
tion of Norfolk. Pres., Mr. Jacob Hefel' 
finger, Hampton, Va.; Vice Pres., Mr. W. 
W. Robertson, Berkley, Va.; Sec, Mr. H. 
N. Castle, 168 Freemason St., Norfolk, 
Va.; Treas., Rev. E. W. Cowling, Berkley, 
Va. 

Spokane. Sunday School Institute of 
the Episcopal Church in the District of 
Spokane. 1908. Pres., The Bishop; Vice 
Pres., Mr. H. C. Whitehouse, Snokane, 
Wash.; Sec, Rev. R. S. Hannah, E. S31 
25th Ave., Spokane,. Wash.; Treas., Mr. J- 
C. Washington, Spokane, Wash. 

Springfield. Sunday School Committee, 
1908. Chairman, Rt. Rev. Edw. W. Os- 
borne, D.D.. 131 S. Second St., Springfield. 
111.; Rev. J. C. White. 6oj S. Glcnwood 
Ave., Springfield, 111. 

Tennessee. Diocesan Sunday School 
Commission. 1904. Pres., Rt. Rev. T. F. 
Gailor, S.T.D.; Vice Pres., Rev. Mercer F. 



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Xx>gan, D.D., 421 Woodland St., Nashville, 
Tenn.; Sec. and Treas., Mr. W. A. Web- 
ster, Stahlman Bldg., Nashville, Tenn. 

Affiliated Institutes in Memphis and 

Nashville. 

Memphis Sunday School Institute. 1906. 

Pres., Mr. Richard H. Allen, 1114 Union 

Ave., Memphis, Tenn.; Vice Pres., Mr. W. 



I. Moody, care Orgiir Bros. & Co., Mem- 
phis; Sec, Mr. I. N. Chambers, 1207 Mc- 
Lemore Ave., Memphis; Treas., Mr. John 



S. Robinson, care of Robinson Transfer 
Co., Memphis. 

Nashville Sunday School Institute. 1906, 
Pres., Mr. C. D. Campbell, 950 Woodland 
St., Nashville, Tenn.; Sec. and Treas., .Mr. 
Roscoe Munn, Stahlman Bldg., Nashville, 
Tenn. 

Utah. 1908. Sec. on Sunday School 
Work, Rev. Maxwell W. Rice, 454 East 
First South St., Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Vermont. Sunday School Commission. 
1904. Chairman, Rev. C. S. Lewis, 2733 
Park Ave., Chicago, 111.; Sec, Rev. C. W. 
Coit, Windsor, Vl. 

Virginia. Sunday School Commission. 
1906. Pres., Rev. G. Otis Mead, 2118 
Venable St., Richmond, Va.; Sec, Mr. 
Robert E. Anderson, 1514 Floyd Ave., 
Richmond, Va.; Treas., Mr. Henry C. Ri- 
ley, Chamber of Commerce, Richmond Va. 

Affiliated Institutes of Henrico Par- 
ish, Piedmont Convocation, Valley 
Convocation, Winchester and Insti- 
tute OF Rappahannock Valley, Fred- 
ericksburg. 

Henrico Sunday School Institute. 1904. 
Pres., Mr. F. D. Beveridge, 835 West Grace 
St., Richmond, Va.; Sec, Mr. R. H. 
Meade, 14 North Seventh St., Richmond, 
Va.; Treas., Dr. John R. Wheat, 205 East 
Main St., Richmond, Va. 

Sunday School Institute of the Piedmont 
Convocation. 1908. Pres., Rev. W. H. 
Burkhardt, Leesburg, Va. ; Sec, Mr. John 
Herndon, Alexandria, Va. ; Treas., Mr. R. 
W. Hilleary, Warrenton, Va. 

Church Sunday School Institute of the 
Valley Convocation, Winchester, Va. Pres., 
Mr. John B. Neil, Berryville, Va.; Sec, 
Miss Kate S. Powers, Wickliffe, Va. 

Church Sunday School Institute of Rap- 
pahannock ' Valley, Fredericksburg, Va. 
Pres., Mr. C. E. Tackett, Fredericksburg, 
Va.; Sec, Miss Nellie McBryde, Freder- 
icksburg, Va. 

Washington. Sunday School Institute 
of the Diocese of Washington. 1897. Pres., 
ex officio, The Bishop; Sec. and Treas., 
Mr. E. S. Hutchinson, 1215 "Eye" St.; 
Northwest, Washington, D. C. 

WESTERN Colorado. Sunday School In,- 
stitute. 1908. Pres., Rev. Walton H. Dog- 
gett, Durango, Colo. 



Western Massachusetts. Sunday School 
Commission. 1903. Pres., ex officio, Rt 
Rev. Thomas F. Davips, D.D., Springfield, 
Mass.; Sec and Treas., Rev. Arthur Chase, 
Ware, Mass. 

Western Michigan. Sunday School 
Committee. 1905. Pres., Rev. F. R. Go- 
dolphin, Grace Church Rectory, Grand Rap- 
ids, Mich.; Sec, John H. C. Angell, Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 

Western New York. Sunday School 
Commission. 1903. Pres., Rev. G. H. Cav- 
iller, 9 W. Utica St., Buffalo, N. Y.; Vice 
Pres., Rev. E. P. Hart, Rochester, N. Y.; 
Sec, Rev. J. W. Denness Cooper, Rector 
St. Michael's Church, Geneseo, N. Y.; 
Treas., Rev. Alfred Brittain, Batavia, N. Y. 

Independent Institutes in Buffalo and 
Rochester. 

*Buffalo Sunday School League. Pres., 
Rev. G. G. Merrill, 214 Porter Ave., Buf- 
falo, N. Y.; Sec. and Treas., Mr. James 
DeMunn, 222 Connecticut St., Buffalo, 
N. Y. 

Rochester Sunday School Institute. 1875. 
Pres., Rev. Edw. P. Hart, ii8 Troup St., 
Rochester, N. Y.; Sec, Rev. Francis F. 
Lippitt, 39 Selve Terrace, Rochester, N. Y.; 
Treas., Mr. Orange Harmon, 3 Schell PI., 
Rochester, N. Y. 

West Texas. Sunday School Commis- 
sion. 1909. Chairman, Rev. Albert Mas- 
sey, Boerne, Texas; Treas., Mr. E. Hicks, 
Victoria, Texas; Cor. Sec, Rev. John Rid- 
out, San Marcos, Texas. 

West Virginia. Committee on Sunday 
Schools. 1908. Chairman, Rev. W. P. 
Chrisman, MoundSville, W. Va.; Rev. U. 
B. Thomas; Dr. G. A. Aschman, Exchange 
Bank Bldg., Wheeling, W. Va..; Mr. Geo. 
Rogers. 

Wyoming. Sunday School Committeg. 
1909. Chairman, Rev. Robert M. Beckett, 
Jackson Hole, Wyo.; Sec, Rev. D. W. 
Thornberry, Rawlins, Wyo.; Rev. Hiram 
Bullis, Evanston, Wyo.; Rev. Richard 
Whitehouse, Sheridan, Wyo.; Rev. J. A. 
Tancock, Douglas, Wyo. 

West African Mission. Sunday School 
Union of the Montserrado Sub-District. 
Pres., Rev. A. F. March; Vice Pres., Mr. 
Isaac Moort, Mr. S. S. Eastman; Cor. Sec, 
Mr. M. H. Maurice; Rec Sec, Mrs. S. J. 
Moort; Treas., Mrs. E. A. Snctter. 

CANADA. 
General Organization. 

Sunday School Commission of the Church 
of England in Canada, The Church Book 
Room, Limited, 23 Richmond St.. West 
Toronto, Canada. 1909. Pres., Tne Pri- 
, mate, ex officio; Chairman, Rev. Dr. Elson 
I. Rexford, Montreal Diocesan Theological 

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College, 20I University St., Montreal; Vice 
Chairman, Mr. G. B. Kirkpatnck; Hon. 
Sec, Vcn. Charles L. Ingles, 15 O'Hara 
Ave., Toronto; and an Executive Commit- 
tee consisting of the foregoing officers and 
ten additional members chosen largely with 
a view to more frequent meetings »n the 
City of Toronto, viz. : The Bishop of Nova 
Scotia: the Bishop of Toronto; Rev. R. J^. 
Nie, Niagara; Rev. W. A. Fyles, Ruperts 
Land; Rev. T. W. Powell, Toronto; Rev. 
Canon Dann, Huron; His Honor, Judge 
Macdonald, Ontario; Mr. F. H. Gisborne, 
Ottawa; Mr. W. H. Wigga, Quebec; Mr. 
H. Mortimer, Toronto. 

The General Synod has strongly recom- 
mended 'the general and systematic organi- 
zation of the Sunday School work of each 
Diocese under the Cinon or Resolution of 
the Synod of the Diocese. 

Bermuda Association. 1886. Pres., the 
Rt. Rev. the Lord Bishop of Newfoundland 
and Bermuda; Sec, Mr. R. F. Cooper; 
Chairman, Rev. Canon Henry Marriott. 

Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Church Sun- 
day School Association. 

Dufferin (Rural Deanery), Manitoba. 
1896. Sec, Rev. A. W. Woods. 

Fredericton Sunday School Diocesan Con- 
ference. 1896. Chairman, the Bishop; 
Permanent Sec, the Rev. Canon Montgom- 
ery, M.A., Fredericton, N. B. 
Halifax Association. 1883. 
Huron, Committee on Sunday Schools of 
the Diocese of Huron. Chairman, Rev. 
Canon Downie; Sec, Mr. R. A. Williams. 
Montreal Diocesan Sunday School Com- 
mittee. 

St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada. Di- 
ocesan Committee on Sunday Schools. 
Chairman, Rt. Rev. Llewellyn Jones, D.D.; 
Sec, Rev. F. Smart, Heart's Content, New- 
foundland. 

Niagara Sunday School Committee. 
Pres., the Bishop; Sec, Rev. Canon Spen- 
cer, Mount Forrest, Ont., Can. 

Nova Scotia, Committee on Sunday 
Schools. Sec, Mr. C. E. Crcigton, Dart- 
mouth, N. S. 



Ottawa Sunday School Association, 1903. 
Pres., His Lordship Bishop Hamilton, Ot- 
tawa, Cauda; Sec. and Treas., Mr. Freder- 
ick Hayter, Ottawa, Can. 

Qu'appelle, Diocesan Sunday School At' 
sociation. rres., the Bishop; Vice Pres., 
the Rural Deans; Diocesan Pres., Rev. J. 
Wells Johnson. 

Rupert's Land, Church of England Sun- 
day School Association. 1907. Pres., the 
Archbishop; Vice Pres., Rev. Canon Mac- 
Morinc, Portage La Prairie; Mr. Robert 
Fletcher, Deputy Minister of Education, 
Winnipeg; Sec, Rev. W. A. Fyles, Portgae 
La Prairie; Treas., Mr. W. P. Sweatman, 
Winnipeg, Man. Executive Committee, thf 
officers and two representatives from each 
Rural Deanery, one clerical and one lay. 
(There are ten Rural Deanery Branch As- 
sociations, all in active operation.) 

St, John, New Brunswick (Rural Dean- 
ery) Association. 1872. Patron, the Rt. 
Rev. the Lord Bishop of Fredericton; Pres., 
Rev. A. D. Dewdney; Sec and Treas., Mr. 
S. G. Olive. 

Shawville (Rural Deanery). 1891. Pres., 
Rev. W. H. Naylor, M.A., Rural Dean; 
Sec, Rev. H. Plaisted. 

Shediac, New Brunswick (Rural Dean- 
ery). 1888. Sec and Treas., Rev. Cicil 
F. Wiggins. 

Toronto, Church of England Sunday 
School Association. 1880. Pres., the Rt 
Rev. the Lord Bishop of Toronto; Chair- 
man, Rev. Canon Cayley; Sec, Mr. John 
Maughan, Jr., 98 Wellington PI., Toronto. 



ENGLAND. 
General Organization. 

The Church of England Sunday School 
Institute. 1843. Gen. Sec, Rev. Henry 
Dawson, M.A., 13 Serjeant's Inn, Fleet 
St., London, E. C; Organizing Sec, Rev. 
R. Somerset Ward, B.A., 13 Serjeant's Inn, 
Fleet St.. London. E. C. 



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American ConcregHtion of the Order of 
St. Benedict. 

A monastic community of Clerks and 
Laymen devoting themselves to the service 
of the Church in mission fields and as 
teachers of the young. The Order has in 
its charge St. Paul's School, Green's 
Farms, Conn. Brother Basil » O.S.B., 
Prior, St. Paul's Priory, Green's Farms, 
Conn. 

Order of the Holy Cross. 

C'The Order of the Holy Cross."] 
Founded in New York 1881; removed to 
Marvland, 1892; removed to West Park, 
N. Yj, in May, 1904. 

A Religious Order for Priests and Lay- 
men. Objects: The cultivation of the 
spiritual life of its members, the perform- 
ance of ffood works, especially the con- 
ducting of Missions, Conferences, and Re- 
treaU. The Order has charge of St. An- 
drew's School for mountain boys, near Se- 
wanee, Tenn., and of Kent School, Conn. 
Communications may be addressed to the 
Rev. Father Superior, Holy Cross, West 
Park, Ulster Co., New York. 

Society of tho Mission Priests of St. 
John the Evangelist. [Founded at Cow- 
ley, Eni^land, i86s; established in this 
country m 187a.] 



The Societ]r is formed for the mutual 
assistance of its members in striTins after 
Christian perfection, by obedience to our 
Lord's counsels, and for the |idvancement 
of God's p;lory by such mission works as 
God in His providence mav suggest. Lay 
brothers are associated with the Priests ia 
dedication of life and work. The Miasioa 
Church of St. Tohn the Evangelist, Bos- 
ton, Mass., is the centre of the Society's 
work in the United States. Among ex- 
ternal works the Fathers give themselTes 
especially to the preaching of Miasioiia, 
where their assistance is mvited by the 
Parochial Qergy, and the conducting of 
Retreats for Qergy, religious comipuniltiea, 
and devout lay people. Address the 
Father Superior, Mission House of St. 
John the Evangelist, 33 Bowdoin St.. Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

"The Congregation of the CompnnfcMis 
of the Holy Saviour." 

A society of Priests and Candidates for 
Holy Orders living under a Rule for the 
strengthening and development of their 
spiritual and sacerdotal lite. Its work is 
parochial. Retreats for Priests are held 
several times a year. Address, The Mas- 
ter, 1606 Mifflin St., Philadelphia, Pa, 



SISTERHOODS. 



AU Saints' Sisters of the Peer. 

["The Home of the All Stints' Sisters 
of the Poor of BalUmore Qty."! 

This Sisterhood was founded in Lon- 
don, in 1 85 1, by the Rev. W. Upton 
Richards, and esUblished as an Affiliated 
House in America in iSpo. Visitor, 

. Chaplain, the Rev. 
Father Superior of the Order of the Holy 
Cross. 

The Mother House of the community is 
at 801 North EuUw St., Baltimore, Md. 

The works of the community are: 

In Baltimors. — Mission work in connec- 
tion with Mount Calvary Church, under 
the rector. 

Ecclesiastical Embroidery at the Mother 
House, where orders for Altar Breads are 
also received. 

A Home for Children and Girls, near 
Walbrook on Warwick Ave., and Day 
School for Girls in the Parish of St Steph 
en the Martyr. Parish School of St Steph- 
en the Mart3rr, West North Ave., Balti- 
more, Md. 

An Orphanage for little coloured boys, 
at St. Mary's Home, comer Gilmore and 
Prestmann Sts. 

Philadelphia. — Mission work in St 
Qement's Parish, under the rector. 

Community of St. Saviour. 

San Francisco, Cat. — Visitor, the Rt 
Rev. W. F. Nichols, D.D., Bishop of CaU- 



fornia, 121 5 Sacramento St. Warden, the 
Rev. Charles N. Lathrop. Mother Superior, 
Mother Gertrude Paula in charge of the 
Maria Kip Orphanage and Alfred Nuttall 
Nelson Memorial Home, 7th Ave. and Lake 
St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Community of the Transfiguration. 

Mother House, Glendale, Ohio. — In con- 
nection with Bethany Home, a Home and 
Industrial School for Girls; also a small 
house for Boys has been opened in connec- 
tion with Bethany Home. The Sisters also 
have charge of St. Ann's House, 1022 
Findlay St., Cincinnati, O., a Home for 
Old Women, and city mission work in con- 
nection with St. Luke's Parish, Cincinnati, 
O. Also a day school, and Mission Work 
in the North Carolina mountains. The 
Sisters are also in charge of St. John's 
Orphanage, 2619 Franklin Ave., Cleveland, 
O. Address, the Mother Superior, Bethany 
Home, Glendale, O. 

Sisterhood of Holy Communion. 

New York, — Visitor, the Bishop of the 
Diocese. Pastor, the Rev. W. J. Seabury, 
D.D. Shelter tor Respectable Girls, sis 
East 46th St. Treas., J. Hull Browning. 

Sisterhood of St. John Baptist. 

New York, N, y.— (Founded at Qewer, 
England, in i8y, and affiliated as an in- 
dependent Branch in America in 1881.) 
Visitor, the Rt Rev. David H. Greer, D.D., 



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Bishop of New York. IVardtn, the Rev 
A. G. Mortimer, D.D. Chaplain, the Rev. 
AValter Moore. Mother House, and No- 
vitiate, 233 E. 17th St., New York. The 
works of the Sisterhood are: 

I. Church Workroom for Ecclesiastical 
Embroidery, 233 East 17th St. 2. St. John 
Baptist School, 231 East 17th St., a board- 
ing and day school for young ladies. Girls 
prepared for college. Resident French and 
English teachers. 3. In charge of St. Hel- 
en's Hall, Portland, Oregon. 4. St Eliza- 
beth's House, Portland, Ore., for wayward 
^irls. 5. St. Andrew's Hospital for conva- 
lescent women, 213 East 17th St., New 
York. St. Andrew's Rest, Country Branch, 
Woodcliflf Lake, Bergen County, N. J. 
^. Holy Cross House, 300 E. 4th St., New 
York, a boarding house for working girls, 
also Mission work among the German pop- 
ulation of the East Side of New York. 
7. St. Anna's Cottage, Mendham, N. J. 
(P. O. Ralston), a Summer Hoifle for poor 
women and children. 8. Michael's Home, 
Mamaroneck, N. Y., for fallen girls, chiefly 
young and hopeful cases, and partly pre- 
Tentive. 9. St Marguerite's Industrial 
School, Ralston, Morris Co., N. J. Girls 
«nly are received. 

SUUmood of 81. Jolu Evangelist. 

C**The Sisterhood of St John Evanceliat 
of the Diocese of Long luand."] 

Sisters' House, 49a Herkimer St, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. The work of the Sisterhood is 
chiefly on the Church Charity Foundation, 
in the care of the Homes for Aged and the 
Orphans. Also St John's Hoq)itaL 

Sisterkood of St. John the BvnngelUt. 

Founded in February, 1904, in Denver, 
by the Rt Rev. Charles S. Ohnsted, Bishop 
of Colorado. The Sisters work in the par- 
ishes and missions throughout the Diocese. 
The Sisterhood is under the direction of 
the Bishop of the Diocese. 

SUterhood of St. Jojeph Nazareth. 

[Society of St Joseph o^ Nasarcth."] 
CIncor. 189a.] 

BronsvUU, N, Y.—ChapkUn, the Rev. 
Arthur Ritchie, D.D. The Society has for 
its first object "the mutual improvement in 
religious knowledge of its members, and 
the furtherance of religions beUef by 
means of the Religions and Commnni^ 
Life, and afterwards the exercise of 
Charity in teaching and training the 
young.^' 

The Sisterhood has under its care St 
Martha's, a training borne for girls at 
Bronxville, N. Y., and Nasareth Indnatrial 
School, Bronxville, N. Y. 

For information, address the Mother 
Superior. 

SUterhood of St. Margnrat. 

tincor'd.] 

Boston, Mass. — Founded in East Grin- 
sted, England, in 1855, by the Rev. J. M. 
Neale, D.D.. and established as an Affili- 
ated House m America in 1873. 

Chaplain, the Rev. Charles C. Edmunds, 
General Theological Seminary, New York. 
The Mother House of the Community is at 



17 Loulsburg Square, Boston. The Sisters 
have in Boston a work room for ecclesi- 
astical embroidery, 17 Louisburg Square: 
St Monica's Home for side coloured 
women, 125 Highland St, Roxbury; 
and they work in St Augustine's 
Mission for Coloured People, St. John's 
Church, Tremont St., Roxbury, and the 
Church of the Advent, Boston. They also 
have charge of the Children's Hospital, 
Boston; St. Barnabas' Hospital, Newark, 
N. J.; and work in the parishes of St 
John the Evangielist, Montreal, where they 
have a Home for Incurables; St. Mark's, 
Philadelphia, where they have a Home for 
Aged Women; St. Michael and All Angel^ 
West Philadelphia, a Home for Crippled 
Coloured Children; Grace Church and 
House of Prayer, Newark; and St Kather- 
ine's Home for Fallen Girls, Jersey City. 
They have a Summer Home for Ladies at 
St. Margaret's by the Sea, South Duxbunr, 
Mass., where they also do mission work, 
and have charge of the J. M. Dodge Me- 
morial Home for Children, Sea View, Mass. 

SUterhood of the Church of the Holy 
Communion. 

[Incor. December a, 1892.] 

New York.—yisitar, the Bishop. Fas- 
tor, Rev. Henry Mottet, D.D. The Sister- 
hood was organized by Dr. Muhlenberg in 
185J. The works of the Sisterhood are: 
parish visiting, nursing, care of altar 
service, clergy and choir Teatmenta* 
a home for aged women, and such assiat- 
ance as they can render the parish deny 
in the prosecution of their work. Taa 
Sisters' House is located at 3^8 Sixth 
Ave., New York, N. Y. 

SUterhood of the Good Shepherd. 

["The Sisterhood of the Good i»hepherd 
of the Protestant Episcopal Church."] 
[Incor. 1867.] 

St. Louis, Mo,— Vnder the direction 
and pastoral care of the Bishop of Mia- 
souri. Has charge of Bishop Robertson 
HaU, the Diocesan School for Girla. 
Chaplain, the Rev. B. T. Kemerer. 

SUtars of Bethany. 

New Orleans, La. — Under the direction 
and pastoral care of the Bishop of the 
Diocese. Chaplain, the Rev. A. R. Ed- 
brooke. The Sisters have charge of the 
Children's Home, 6op Jackson Ave., Ntfw 
Orleans. Address, Sister Mary. 

SUters of St. Mary and AH Sataita. 

This is a Sisterhood of Coloured Women 
residing at 2001 Druid Hill Ave., 
and an Industrial and Training School for 
Girls. They work under the direction of 
the Rector of Mt Calvary Church, in St 
Katharine's Mission, GiUnore St, viaitiag 
among the poor. 

SUters of the Reaurrectlon. 

[Founded in 1890.] Work established 
in Saint Augustine in 1896. 

The Trinity Home Aid for destitute girls 
and women is not an institution, but a 
charity work administered by the surviving 

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Sister of the Resurrection; it has taken the 
place of Trinity Home for Girls. The 
women are encouraged, if need be aided, 
to keep their children together at home, 
and orphan girls are boarded wholly or in 
part, in families, under the oversight of 
the Superior, are taught in Churchly things, 
and sent regularly to school. Orders taken 
for ecclesiastical embroidery. Spiritual 
mission work is done among the poor. In- 
tercessory prayers are offered daily for all 
who request it. 

The Sisterhood is entirely responsible for 
the maintenance and management of its 
work. While perfectly loyal to both dio- 
cese and parish, it is neither diocesan nor 
parochial, but renders service to all who 
need it, whenever possible, from whatever 
place they may come. It has no income 
for its work except the voluntary gifts 
which come to it in answer to the daily 
prayer for such support. 

All applications to be made to The -^^is- 
ters of the Resurrection, Rest Havei:,^ St. 
Augustine, Fla. 

*'The Sisterhood of St. Mary," New 
York. [Inc. 1865.] 

Chaplain General, the Rev. Shirley 
C. Hughson, O. H. C. The Eastern 
novitiate is at the Mother House of the 
Community, Peekskill. N. Y. The West- 
tern Novitiate is at Kemper Hall, Kenosha, 
Wis. The works of the Sisterhood are: 
Three boarding and day schools for young 
ladies — St. Mary's School, Mount St. 
Gabriel, Peekskill (founded 1868); Kem- 
per Hall, Kenosha, Wis. (founded 
1854); St. Katherine's Hall, Davenport, 
i Iowa; The House of Mercy, and St. 
Saviour's Sanitarium, 214th street and 
Bolton Road, New York; St. Mary's 
Free Hospital for Children, 407 West 
34th street, New York, and, in con- 
nection with this, the Wilkes Dinsensary, 
435 and 437 Ninth Ave., New York; a 
Convalsscent Summer Home for Children, 
at Norwalk, Ct., and the Noyes Memorial 
Home, Peekskill: Trinity Mission, Jii Ful- 
ton St., New York, and, in connection 
with this, a Summer Seaside Home for 
Poor Children at Great River, L. I.; the 
Church Orphans' Home, at Memphis, 
Tenn.; St Mary's Mission House, 21s 
Washington Boulevard, Chicago; St. Mary's 
Home for Children, and Free Dispensary, 
IS51 Jackson Boulevard, Chicago: and in 
connection with this a Summer Home in 
Kenosha, Wis.; St. Mary's-on-the*Motin* 
tain (Mission work), Sewanee, Tenn. 



Sistcrkood of the Holy Child 

Albany, N. Y. — Under the direction of 
the Bishop of Albany, at work in the Ca- 
thedral, Albany, and in St. Paul's Parish, 
Troy; and in charge of the Child's Hos- 
pital, Albany; the Summer Hospital and 
the .Industrial School, at St. Christina 
Home, Saratoga Springs. 



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•The SlstoHood of the Holy Natlvfty." 

[Founded in 1882, by the Rev. C. C. Graf- 
ton, now Bishop of Fond du Lac] 

This Sisterhood is engaged principally in 
Parochial and Mission Work. The Mother 
House and Novitiate are at Fond du Lac, 
Wis. In Wisconsin the Sisters are work- 
ing at the Cathedrals of Fond du Lac and 
Milwaukee, and have a house on the Oneida 
Reservation, where they established the lace 
industry among the Indian women. In the 
east they have two houses, one in Provi- 
dence, R. I., where the Sisters work in St 
Stephen's parish, and in St Mary's, E. 
Providence, the other in Portland, Me., 
with work at the Cathedral. The Sisters 
are also working at the C^hurch of St 
Mary the Virgin, New York City. They 
have a Summer House of Rest at Tiverton, 
R. I. 

The Sisters visit parishes at the Rector's 
request, remaining for some time and giv- 
ing temporary aid in parish work, viz., the 
formation of guilds, gathering the unbap- 
tized, preparing persons for confirmation, 
etc. Where Missions are being held, they 
often go to aid the Missioner. 

The ecclesiastical embroidery rooms and 
the Altar Bread department are at the con- 
vent, Fond du Lac, where the Sisters have 
also a picture department, through which 
they try to do a missionary work by fur- 
nishing devotional cards for the Holy Eu- 
charist, and cards for Christmas, Easter, 
and other occasions, conveying Churcji 
teaching. There is a free lending library 
at the convent, for sending out Church 
books by mail, with no expense to the bor- 
rower except the return postage. 

For information, address the Rev. Moth- 
er Superior, Convent of the Holy Nativity, 
Fond du Lac, Wis. 



'The Sisters of the AnnanclatloB ef 
the Blessed Virgin Mary." [Incor. Feb., 
1893.] 
The Rev. L. T. Ole, D.D., Warden, 
The Rev. H. A. Dows, CAa^/a»n.— Has 
charge of the House of the Annunciation, 
the Mother House of the Order, and of St 
Elizabeth's House, the Summer Home, Wil- 
ton, Conn. Incurable and crippled girls 
between the ages of 4 and 16 are received 
and cared for. Application to be made to 
the Mother Superior, corner of Broadway 
and issth St, New York. N. Y. 

"The Society of the Bpiphany/' Wash- 
ington, D. C. [Founded m 1897, by the 

First Bishop of Washington.] 

The work of the Sisterhood is: "For 
the Glory of God, protecting and train- 
ing the young, and giving spiritual help 
to women living in the world or proTidinf 
Retreats and Instruction for them." 

For information address the Sitter 
Superior, St. Agnes School; 3017 O St, 
Washington, D. C. 



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"Dlaconal Community of St. Martliiu'* 

Louisville, Ky. — This order was organ- 
ized June 29, 187s, as a Sisterhood, and 
reorganized on Ascension Day, 1881, with 
the Bishop of the Diocese at its head. The 
Deaconesses are at work in Grace Church. 
Address Sister Susan* Orr, Presiding Dea- 
coness, Church Home, 1508 Morton Ave., 
Louisville, Ky. 

Order of Deaconesses of the Diocese 
of AlalMima. [Instituted 1863.] 

Under the canonical direction of the 
Bishop of Alabama, and in charge of the 
Churcn Homes, Mobile, Ala. Address Sis- 
ter Sarah, Deaconess in Charge, Church 
Home, 204 S. Warren St., Mobile, Ala. 

"Order of the Good Shepherd In the 
Diocese of California." 

An Order of Deaconesses under the di- 
rection of the Bishop of California. 

San Francisco, — Parish Visiting. Cloth- 
ing Bureau for the Poor. 

'*The I>laconal Community of St. Kath- 
arine of the Diocese of Atlanta. 



[Organized in 1882.] 
Macon, — ^The Deaco 



Deaconesses liave, under 



the Bishop, charge of the Church prphaa- 
age known as the Applelon Church Home, 
Macon. Sister Louise. Chief Deaeoneu. 



TRAINING SCHOOLS FOR 
DEACONESSES. 

Church Deaconess Home and Trainlflic 
School. 

587 FulUr Street, St, PauL-^Hon. Pree,, 
the Bishop. Pres,, the Rev. C H. Shutt. 
Warden, the Rev. Charles Edgar Haupt 

New York Training School for Dea* 
conesses. 

228 East 1 2th Street, New York, N. K.— 
Warden, the Rev. Milo Hudson Gates, 

D.D. Dean, Deaconess Susan T. Knapp. 

Treas., Howard Caswall Smith. 41 Wall 

St., New York, N. Y. 

"The Church Training and Deaconess 
House of the Diocese of Pennsytvante.** 

[Estab. 1 89 1.] 
708 Spruce Street, Philadelphia,— Pret., 

the Bishop of Pennsylvania. For the 
training; of Deaconesses, Missionaries and 
Parochial Workers. For requirements for 
admission address "The Admission Com- 
mittee," 708 Spruce St., Philadelphia. 



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AN INDEX 



TO THE DIOCESES, ACCORDING TO STATES 
AND TERRITORIES AND POSSESSIONS. 



•TATB Ol TBSlITOir. DXOCXSB OS MIMION. 

Alabama. Alabama. 

Alaska Alaska, 

Arizona. Arisona, 

Arkantat. Arkansas. 

California California. 

Los AngeUs. 

Sacramsnto, 

San Joaquin. 
Colorado. Colorado. 

fVsstsm Colorado. 

Connecticut Connscticut. 

Delaware. Dslawars. 

Dittrict of Columbia *lVashington. 
Florida.. .' Florida. 

Southern Florida. 

Georgia. Atlanta. 

Georgia. 

Hawaii Honolulu. 

Idaho Idaho. 

Illinois Chicago. 

Quincy. 

Springfield. 
Indiana. Indianapolis. 

Michigan Ciiy. 

Iowa. Iowa. 

Kansas. Kansas, / 

Salina. 
Kentucky Kentucky. 

Lexington. 

Louisiana Louisiana. 

Maine. Maine. 

Maryland East on. 

Maryland. 

• IVashington. 
MassachusetU Massachusetts. 

Western 
Massachusetts. 
Michigan Marquette. 

Michigan. 

Western Michigan. 
Minnesota. Duluth. 

Minnesota. 

Mississippi Mississippi. 

Missouri Missouri. 

Kansas City. 
Montana Montana, 



STATB Oa TSBRZTOaT. DIOCKSB OB MlSSIOIt. 

Nebraska. Nebraska. 

Kearney. 

•South Dakota. 

Nevada Nevada. 

New Hampshire New Hampshire. 

New Jersey New Jersey. 

Newark. 

New Mexico New Mexico. 

New York Albany. 

Central New York. 

Long Island. 

New York. 

Western New York, 
North Carolina Asheville. 

East Carolina. 

North Carolina. 

North DakoU North Dakota. 

Ohio Ohio. 

Southern Ohio. 
Oklahoma Oklahoma. 

Eastern OklakomcL 
Oregon Oregon. 

Eastern Oregon, 

Panama .Panama. 

Pennsylvania Bethlehem. 

Erie. 

Harrisburg. 

Pennsylvania. 

Pittsburgh. 
Philippine IsXznAs.... Philippine Islands^ 

Porto Rico Porto Rico. 

Rhode Island Rhode Island. 

South Carolina South Carolina:,. 

South Dakota South Dakota. 

Tennessee Tennessee. 

Texas Dallas. 

North Texas. 

Texas. 

West Texas. 

Utah ,Utah. 

Vermont Vermont. 

Virginia Southern yirginia., 

Virginia. 
Washington Olympia. 

Spokane. 

West Virginia West Virginia. 

Wisconsin Fond du Lac. 

Milwaukee. 
Wyoming Wyoming. 

* The Dioceses marked with an asterisk are not entirely within the limits of a single States 
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DIOCESES AND PARISHES. 

The SUtittict and Information under thia head have in every caae been _._ 
from the latest official Journals published, and proof-sheets of every Diocese have 
revised by the Bishop or Secretary. 

For Index to Dioceses accofdiog to States^ Terrltoflcs and Possessions 
see preceding page* 

Note. — Clergy ** offlciating by permission " in the Dioceses are distinguished 
by a star (*) a/ter the name. 

The Dioceses corrected up to Nov. 20, 191 1. 



DIOCESE OP ALABAMA. (A. D. iSjow) 

Limits.— rA« Stait of Alabama. 

Population (1900), 1,828,697. Area, si>S40 iq* n>* 

Thx Rt. Rkv. CHAU.IS MiNNiGBRODB Bbckwith, D.D., Bishop. (1902.) Rt*idfi^¥, 
Montgomery, Ala. ^ 

Secretory of Council, — ^The Rev. James Gamewell Glass, losj Quintard Ave, Anniston, 
Ala. 

Assistant Secrstary, — ^The Rev. Horace Weeks Jones,* Demopolis. 

Trsasursr of Diocese, — R. H. Cochrane, Tuskaloosa. 

Treasurer of Diocesan Missionary Fund. — The Rev. Stewart McQueen, Montgomery. 

Registrar. — E. C. Andrew, Montgomery. 

Historiographer.-^The Rev. R. H. Cobbs, D.D., Greensboro, Ala. 

Chancellor. — A. Pelham Agee, Esq., Anniston. 

Standing Committee.— Clerical, the Rev. Stewart McQueen. Pres.; the Rev. Willoughby 
N. Qaybrook, the Rev. Edward E. Cobbs. Lay, J. E. MitcheU, W. H. Tayloe, W. W. 
Screws, Sec, Montgomery. , 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

English Chaplaincy at Fort Mobile (now Alabama), 1763-1783. Diocese organized Janu- 
ary 23, 1830. Bishop Brownell then on a missionary tour in the Southwest presided. 
At the Primary Convention, May 12, 1830, the Diocese was placed under Bishop 
Brownell, who resigned the charge in 1840. In that year Leonidas Polk, Missionary 
Bishop of Arkansas and Louisiana, was placed in charge. 

First Bishop. — Nicholas Hamnkr Cobbs. Born, February 5, 1796. Consecrated, Octo- 
ber 20, 1844. Died, January 11, 1861. 

Second Bishop. — Richard Hookxr Wilmbr. Born, March 15, 181 6. Consecrated, March 
6, i86a. Died, June 14, 1900. 

Former Bishop Coadjutor. — Henry Mblvillb Jackson. Born, July a8, 1848. Conse- 
crated, January 21, 1891. Resignation accepted, April 19, 1900. Died, May 4, 1900. 

Third Bishop. — Robert Woodward Barnwell. Born, 1849. Consecrated, July 25, 1900. 
Died, July 24, 1902. 

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CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Daughters of tht King, — Diocesan Sec, Mils Daisy Brown, io8 S. Conception St., Mo- 
bile, Ala. 

Church Home for Orphans, Mobile. — In charge of the Order of Deaconesses. Pres,, 

ex officio, the Bishop. Treas., R. N. Hudson, Mobile. 

Church League of the Baptised. — Diocesan Sec, Mrs. Hamblcton Sheppcrd, Tyler Hill, 
Anniston. 

Church Periodical Club.^-Diocesan Correspondent, Mrs. Stewart McQueen, 96 Mobile St., 
Montgomery, Ala. 

Noble Institute, Anniston. — ^A Church School for Girls. Rector, the Rev. James G. Glass. 

Order of Deaconesses of the Diocese of Alabanui, — Sister Sarah in charge. 

St. Mark's Industrial School for Coloured Girls, Birmingham. — Principal, the Rev. 
Charles Wesley Brooks. 

Society for the Relief of Disabled Clergymen, and Widows and Orphans of Deceased 
Clergymen.— Pres., ex-officio, the Bishop. SeCy the Rev. Richard H. Cobbs, D.D. 
Treas., J. O. Banks, Eutaw. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized August, 1889.I Annual meeting: 
time and place of Diocesan Council. Sec. and Treas., Mrs. Gale Phelan, 1107 S. 
Perry St, Montgomery. 

Junior Department. — Pres., Mrs. C. M. Beckwith, Montgomery. 



Diocesan Paper.— **Tht Church Record." Editor, the Rev. Stewart McQueen, Montgomery. 



STATISTXCl. 



Clergy , 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices , 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

Unorganized Missions 

Baptisms , 

Confirmed , 

Communicants , 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Industrial School Teachers 

Industrial School Pupils 

Contributions 



I9IO. 


I9IX. 


41 


4.1 




a 


54 


54 


75 


79 


47 


47 


463 


475 


510 


348 


9,292 


9*555 


486 


575 


3,917 
6 


3.564 


.... 


$121,327 


$141,598 


fllMl-oVl 'Rl«-TVli«l 





The 8 1 St Annual Council will be held in St. Mary's Church, Birmingham, 
Wednesday, May i, 19 12. 

THE CLERGY. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains.— The Rev. Thomas J. Beard, D.D., the Rev. Gardiner C. 
Tucker, the Rev. Horace Weeks Jones, the Rev. W. N. Claybrook. 

Deans of Convocations. — Mobile: the Rev. Gardiner C. Tucker; Montgomery: the Rev. 
Stewart Mc. Queen; Selma: the Rev. E. W. Gamble; Birmingham: the Rev, Wil- 
loughy N. Claybrook; Huntsville: the Rev. Joseph Jenkins Cornish. 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 


CHURCHBS AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 


CUCRGY. 


Adamsville 


8.. 


Thomas J. Beard, D.D. 


Alabama City 


St. Andrew 

Grace iif , . 


Anniston (loth St. and 

Leigh ton Ave.) 


James Gamewell Glass. 

Joseph H. Blacklock. 
Joseph Jenkins Cornish. 


(Cobb St. between 17th 

and i8th Sts.) 

Athens 


St. Michael and All 

Angels 98.. 

St. Timothy ... 11 


Atmore 


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rAKISHSS AMD MUnOMl. 



Auburn 

Avondale 

Barnwell , 

Benton 

Berlin 

Bessemer , 

Birmingham (6th and N. 
aoth St.) 



(iQth South ft lath Atc) 
(West* 'End)* '.*.*/.*/.*/.*.'.*; ! 



Blocton 

Blount Springs 

Boligee 

Bon Secour . . . . 

Bridgeport 

Brown Station 

Bumsville 

Calera 

Camden 

Carbon Hill ... 

Cardiff 

Carlowville .... 

Cedar Hill 

Citronelle 

(Hayton 

Coalburg 

Coal ViQlcy . . . . 

Corona 

Corey 

Courtland 

Crichton 

Cullman 

Daphne 

Decatur 

Demopolis . . . . . 
Dora 



Dothan . . . . , 

Ensley 

Eufaula 

Epes 

Eutaw 

Eversrreen . , . 

Fairhope 

Faunsdale ... 
Florence . . . , 

Foley 

Forkland ... 
Gadsden .... 
(xainesville . . 

Geneva 

Gladstone . . , 
Glen C:arbon 
Greensboro • • 
Greenville ... 
Guntersville . 

Gurley 

HayneviUe .. 
Runtsville .. 
Jacksonville . 

Jasper 

Letohatchie .. 
Lewisburg .. 
Livingston .. 
Lowndesboro 



CHUftGHXS AMD 
COMMUMICANTS. 



Holy Innocents ax 

Chnst 40 

St. Mark , ii 

8 

xz 

Trinity 90 

Advent 840 

All Saints 90 

St. Andrew 272 

St. Mark 122 

St. Mary 614 

St. Philip 21 

Trinity 44 

Our Saviour 8 

5 

St. Mark 23 

St. Peter 93 

Christ 10 

Christ 32 

10 

St. Mary 31 

St. James 18 

4 

St. Paul 61 

St. James 

St. Thomas 

Grace 

St. Paul 6 



Christ 28 

St. Mary 3 

' St. James 24 

St. Philip 7 

13 

St. Paul 28 

Trinity 194 



Nativity . 
St. John . 
St. James 



St. Stephen 
St. Mary . . 



St. Michael 
Trinity 



St. John 

Holy Comforter 

St. AlBan 

Christ 



31 



St. Paul 133 

St. Thomas 74 

10 

14 

St. Andrew 32 

Nativity 258 

St. Luice 60 



25 



St. Tames 25 

St. Paul 22 



Carl Henckel. 

Howard Rutherford Walker. 
Edward Watts Gamble. 
Edward Watto (jamble. * 
Innes O. Adams. 

William Edwin Evans, D.D. 
Carl Henckel. 
Raimundo de Oviea. 
Charles Wesley Brooks 

Willoughby N. Claybrook- 
Raimundo de Ovies, 
Willoughby N. Claybrook. 

Thomas T. Beard, D.D 
Thomas J. Beard, D.D 
Willis (Jaylord Clark. 
Howard Rutherford Walker. 
Cary Gamble. 
William Bee Sams. 
Edward Watts (jamhle. 
Thomas J. Beard, D.D 
Mortimer G. Cassell. 
] Thomas J. Beard, D.D. 

Mortimer G. Oissell. 

Gardiner C. Tucker. 
Thomas Henry Johnston. 



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Thomas J. Beard, D.D. 

Willoughby N. Claybrook. 
Joseph H. Harvey. 
Luther G. H. Williams. 
Joseph Jenkins Cornish. 
Howard Rutherford Walker. 

Horace Weeks Jones. 
Thomas J. Beard, D.D. 

H. T. Walden. 
Thomas Henry Johnston. 
Willis Gaylord (Jlark. 
Willis Gaylord Clark. 

Howard Rutherford Walker. 
John James Harris. 
Cassius Lee Price. 
Howard Rutherford Walker. 
Willis Gaylord Clark. 

Willis Gaylord Clark. 

Cary Gamble. 
Thomas T. Beard. D.D. 
Richard tlooker Cobbs, D.D. 
George England Zachary. 

Joseph Jenkins Cornish. 

V. G. Lowery. 

Cary Gamble. 

William Temple Allan. 

Thomas J. Beard, D.D. 

V. G. Lowery. 

Thomas T. Beard, D.D. , 

Thomas J. Beard, D.r^Qi^ 

V. G. Lowery. o 



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PASItHKS AND MISSIONS. 



Loxley 

Magnolia Springs 

Marion 

Maylene 

Mobile (Emmanuel and 
•Church Sts.) 



(State and Warren Sts.) . . 

(Crichton) 

(Dearborn & Monroe Sts.) 

(St. Anthony and Jackson 

Sts.) 

Montevallo 

Montgomery 



(Cloverdale) 



Mount Meigs . , 
New Decatur ., 
Nottingham . . 

Oakdale 

Oak Groye . . . . 

Oaks 

Opelika 

Orrville 

Pell City , 

Perdue Hill .. 

Piedmont 

Point (Hear . . . 
Prairieville . . . . 

Prattvillc 

Robertsdale . . . 
Scottsboro .... 

Selma 

Sheffield 

Spring Hill ... 

Sylacauga 

Talladega 

Tilden 

Toulminville . . 

Trinity 

Troy 

Tuscumbia .... 
Tuskaloosa . . . . 

Tyler 

Tuskegee 

Union Springs 
Uniontown . . . . 

Waldo 

Whistler 

Woodlawn .... 



CHURCHES AMD 
COMMUMICANTI. 



St. Paul 

St. Wilfrid 21 

All Saints 17 

Christ 63s 

All Saints 280 

Good Shepherd 142 

St. James 

St. John 919 

Trinity S^o 

St. Andrew 26 

Good Shepherd 20 

Christ S8 

Ascension 113 

Holy Comforter aoo 

St. John 632 

Grace 78 

St. John no 



88 



Grace 

St. Andrew 



Emmanuel 21 

St. Luke 13 

St. Mary the Virgin .. 13 

St. James^ 

Christ 14 

St. Luke 20 

St. Mark 

St. Mark 45 

13 

St. Luke 28 

St. i'aul 329 

Grace 50 

St. Paul 63 

House of Prayer 

St. Peter 123 

Grace 6 

St. Mark 20 

Grace 9 

St. Mark 

St. John 26 

Chrrst 265 

St. Peter 11 



Trinity 

Holy Cross 61 

Holy Cross 

St. Paul 38 

Grace 185 



Howard Rutherford Walker. 
Howard Rutherford Walker. 
William Bee Sams. 
Thomas J. Beard, D.D. 

Matthew Brewster, D.D. 
Wyatt Hunter Brown. 
James J. N. Thompson. 
Luther G. H. Williams. 
Gardiner C. Tucker. 

Edmunds J. Bennett. 
Thomas J. Beard. D.D. 
Randolph Royall Claiborne. 
Randolph Royall Qaibome. 
Frederick DuM. Devall. 
Stewart McQueen, 
f Edward Ellerbee Cobbs. 
\ Percy Gay Lincoln. 
Stewart McQueen. 
Joseph Jenkins Cornish. 
Edwin G. Hunter. 
Luther G. H. Williams. 
Luther G. H. Williams. 
Howard Rutherford Walker. 

Edward Watts Gamble. 
Joseph H. Blacklock. 
Joseph H. Blacklock. 
William Temple Allan. 
Howard Rutherford Walker. 
John James Harris 
V. G. Lowery. 

Howard Rutherford Walker. 
Cary Gamble. 
Edward Watts (kimble. 
Joseph H. Harvey. 
Luther G. H. Williams. 
I Edwin G. Hunter. 

Mortimer G. Cassell. 
Luther G. H. Williams. 



Joseph H. Harvey. 
Edwin A. Penick. 
Edward Watts Gamble. 
Stewart McQueen. 

William Bee Sams. 
Edwin G. Hunter. 
Edmunds Bennett 



NONPAROCHIAL. 



Berne, Joseph L., Fort Smith, Ark. 
Brown, Charles Stanley, Dunton, L. T., 
N. Y. 



Van Hoose, James A. (miss.), Birminghaa. 



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ALASKA. 

MISSIONARY PISTRICT. 

Limits. — The Territory of Alaska. 

Population (1900), 60.000. Area, 600,000 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rev. Peter Trimble Rows, D.D., Missionary Bishop. (1895.) Residence, 

Seattle, Wash. 
Secretary. — The Rev. 

Council of Advice, — Clerical, the Rev. Charles Edgar Rice, Sec. Lay, John H. Cobb. 
Chancellor. — ^John H. Cobb, Juneau. 

' HISTORICAL NOTES. 

In 1760 several baptisms were performed by laymen of the Russian Orthodox Church. In 
1793, a. Mission consisting of eight persons in Monastic Orders was instituted with 
Archimandrite Joasaph at its head. The first service of the Divine Liturgy was held 
at Kadyak in September, 1794. He reported to his superiors th^t within a year he 
^'baptized 7,000 jVmericans and married over 2,000,** meaning by "Americans'* the 
naUves of Alaska and the Aleutian Isles. In 1796, Alaska and the Aleutian Islet 
were erected into a See, and the Archimandrite Joasaph was appointed Bishop, and 
consecrated at Irkutsk in the winter of 1^98; but unfortunately he was drowned on his 
way back to Alaska. The matter of a Bishop was not taken up again before 1840. 

John Veniaminow was a Missionary from 1821 to 1840. He returned to Russia in 1840, 
and was consecrated Bishop under the title of Innocent, and was succeeded by Bishop 
Peter in 1857, and then by Bishop Paul. When Alaska was ceded to the United 
States, in 1867, the residence of the Russian Orthodox Bishop was changed to San 
Francisco. 

After the purchase by the United States, no American Missionaries undertook work there 
until 1877, when the Presbyterian Board sent some zealous men, and their missions 
in the South and Central portions are now flourishing. 

In 1882 the Bishop of Washington visited Southeastern Alaska, but no permanent result 
came from his journey. In i886, the Rev. Octavius Parker was sent by the Domestic 
and Foreign Missionary Society with instructions to begin a Mission among the 
Indians at some point on the Yukon River. He was joined in 1887 by the Rev. John 
W. Chapman. They permanently established the work at Anvik. 

By the General Convention of 1895, the Missionary District of Alaska was constituted, on 
October 15. On October 17, T895, the House of Bishops nominated as Missionary- 
Bishop the Rev. Peter Trimble Rove, who was consecrated November 30, 1895. 



CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Hospitals. — Fairbanks, St. Matthew's; Valdez, Good Samaritan; Ketchikan, St. John'r; 

Fort Yukon, St. Stephen's. 
Schools.-*-ChT\st Church, Anvik; Tortella Hall, Neemann; St. John's, Ketchikan; St 

Thomas. Point Hope. Day Schools in all Native Missions. 
George C. Thomas Library. Fairbanks. 
WomaWs Auxiliary. — [Organized April, 1894.] Pres., Mrs. J. H. Cobb, Juneau. 



Diocesan Paper. — "The Alaska Churchman.' 



STATISTICS. 

Clergy 

Priests Ordained « 

Chapels 

Other Missions* \ 

Central Missions [ 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Nurses 

Teachers 

Deaconesses, Nurses, Teachers .■ 

Lay Readers 

Contributions 



13 


12 




I 


20 


21 


28 


28 


251 


201 


310 


157 


864 


900 


II 


10 


8 


10 


19 


14 



* Not including the stations served from Central Mission. 

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THE CLERGY. 

BISHOP'S CHURCH, ST. PETER icom. ), SITKA. 

Rector. — The Bishop. 

Archdeacon,— Tht Vcn. Hudson Stuck, Fort Yukon, Alaska. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains.-^The Rev. John Wight Chapman, the Rev. Charles E. 
Betticher, Jr. 



MI8SI0HS. 


CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS 


CL^GT. 


Anvik 


NATIVE MISSIONS. - 

Christ 


Johh Wight Chapman. 


Tmnasia 


Our Saviour ,. 


Chena ^ ....... . 






Circle City 

Fort Yukon 


Heavenly Rest 

St. Stephen 


( Archdeacon, Stuck. 
1 William Loola. 


Salchakat 




Stevens Village 






Eagle City 


St. Paul 




Neenana 




Charles Eugene Betticher, Jr. 

Hudson Stuck. 

Augustus R. Hoare. 

Robert Elwell Roe. 

Harry P. Corser. 

Guy Douglas Christian. 

The Bishop. 


AUachakat 


St. John in Wilderness. 

St. Thomas 

St. John 

St. Philip 

St. Mary 

MISSIONS AMONG WHITE 
^ PEOPLE. 

St. Peter by the Sea.. 

Trinity 

St. Luke 

St. Saviour 

St. Philip 

St. John 

Epiphany 

St. Peter 

St. Matthew 

St. Paul 

Heavenly Rest 

St. George ' 


Point Hope 


Ketchikan 

Wrangell 


Nome 


Sitka 


Juneau 


Douglas 

Skaguay 


["George Elwood Renison. 


Wrangell 


Harry P. Corser. 

Robert Plwdl Roe 


Ketchikan 


Valdez 




Seward 




Fairbanks 

Eagle City 


Louis Herman Buisch. 


Circle City 




Cordova 


E. P. Zeigler. 


Rampart , 


St. Andrew 

St. James 


Tanana, Fort Gibbon 




Fort Yukon 


St. Stephen 


Hudson Stuck. 



The following are Mission Stations served from the above Central Missions: Chage> 
hik, Coldfoot> Chan de las Charlie's Village, Petersburg, Karan, Fort Seward, Katalla. 

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^ DIOCESE OF ALBANY. (A. D. 1868.) 

I^iMiTS. — The countitt of Albany, Clinton, Columbia, Delaware, Esses, Franklin, Pnitan, 
Greene, Hamilton, Herkimer, Montgomery, Otsego, Rensselaer, Saratoga. Schenec- 
tady, Schoharie, St. Lawrence, Warren, and Washington, in the State of New York. 

Population (1910), 1,095,853. Area, 26,636 sq. m. 

Thx Rt. Rkv. WiLLiAM CioswsLL DoAMi, D.D., LL.D., Bishop. (1869.) Residence, »9 
Elk Street, Albany. N. Y. . k » / , -y 

Thb Rt. Rev. Richakd Hbnry Nblson, D.D., Bishop Coadjutor. (igo4.) Residence, ^s 
Elk St, Albany, N. Y. 

Secretary of Convention,— Tht Rev. William Curtis Prout. Herkimer, N. Y. 

Assistant Secretary.—The Rev. Thomas B. Fulcher, D.D., Albany, N. Y. 

Registrar.— The Rev. p'rederick Schroeder Sill, D.D., Cohoes, N. Y. 

Treasurer. — Col. Selden E. Marvin, Albany, N. Y. 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. James Caird, Pres.j the Rev. Charles M. Nicker- 
son, D.D., Lansingburgh, Sec; the Rev. Edward T. Carroll, D.D., the Rev. Henry 
Raymond Freeman. Lay, Hobart W. Thompson, John A. Dix, Lewis R. Parker, 
Elias P. Mann. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The first Services within the present Diocese were at the Fort of Albany by John Talbot 
and Thoroughgood Moore, 1702-1705. A parish was organized at Albany 1708, and 
a Mission to the Mohawk Indians was in operation from 1700 to 1776. Out of this 
grew all the work of the Church in Northern and Western New York. Diocese or- 
ganized and set off from that of New York, December j^ 1868. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church League of the Baptised. — Diocesan Sec, Miss Anna M. Talcott, 19S Lark St., 
Albany. 

Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Miss Frances Finley, Charaplain, N. Y. 

Daughters of the King. — Diocesan Sec, 

Girls* Friendly Society. — Fres., Miss Mary A. Winslow, 1820 Fifth Ave., Troy. 

Home of the Good Shepherd, Saratoga Springs. — ilncor. 1869.] Visitor, the Bishop. 
Chaplain, the Ven. Joseph Carey, D.D. Sec, Mr. William B. French. Treas., Miss 
Caroline M. Searing. 

Orphan House of the Holy Saviour, Cooperstown, N. Y. — Pres., the Bishop. Sec, the 
Rev. Ralph Birdsall, Cooperstown. Treas., Harris T. Cooke. 

St. Aenes's School for Girls, Albany, N. Y. — Rector, the Bishop. Head of the School, 
Miss Catharine Regina Seabury. 

St. Margaret's House, Albany. — For the care of infants. Treas., Mrs. C. Sutherland 
Ransom. 

The Bible and Common Prayer-Book Society of Albany and Its Vicinity. — [Incor. i8ao.] 
Pres., the Bishop. Treas., George B. Pattison, Troy. Cor. Sec, the Rev. Henry 
Raymond Freeman, Troy. 

The Child's Hospital, Albany. — For children suflFerinsp with chronic and other diseases. 
Containing ninety beds. Under the care of the Diocesan Sisterhood. Treas., Thomas 
I. Van Antwerp. Albany. 

The Church Home, Troy. — For the support or the relief of the aged, the sick, the infirm, 
and destitute. Pres. of Board of Trustees, Charles W. Tillinghast 

The Hoosac School for Boys, Hoosac. — Rector, the Rev. 

The St. Christina Industrial School, Saratoga.— Under the charge of the Sisterhood o* 
the Holy Child Jesus. 

The Sisterhood of the Holy Child Jesus, Albany. — (See under Religious Orders.) 

Woman's AusUiary, Diocesan Bra»<rA.— [Organized April, 1883.] Annual meeting in 
November. Semi-annual meeting in May. Cor. Sec, Mrs. C. M. Griswold, 446 
Broadway, Albany. Treas., Mrs. Montgomery Rochester, 435 State St, Albany. 



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IVZ ALBANY. 

Junior Department.^^fc, Miss Stetson, 51 Sute St., Albany. 



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Diocesan Paper, — "The Albany Church Record." 
Madison Avenue, Albany. 



Editor, the Rev. J. N. Marvin, a» 



STATIITICS. 



Oergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

Unorganized Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Parish School Teachers 

Parish School Scholars 

Industrial School Teachers 

Industrial School Scholars 

Contributions 



1909. 



146 

3 

172 

159 

9 

1,422 

I.I9S 

25,46s 

1,150 

9,080 

7 

67 

54 

411 

$361,181 



1910.* 



V144 

I 

172 

159 

9 

1,435 

1,100 

25.073 

x,li4 

8,712 

7 

5* 

338 
$434,838 



The 44th Annual Convention will meet the third Tuesday in November, 191 2, in such 
place as the Bishop shall appoint. 

* The Convention not meeting till after the Year Book goes to press, the statis> 
tics of the two former years are given for the sake of comparison. 



THE CLERGY. 

CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS (com, 1,098), ALBANY. 
(Elk and S. Swan Streets). 
Thb Cathedral Chapter. 

Thk Bishop. 
The Bishop Coadjutor. 
Dean. — The Very Rev. Donald Mayo Brookman, D.D. 
Precentor. — The Rev. Canon Thomas Benjamin Fulcher, D.D. 
Chancellor.— The Rt Rev. Richard Henry Nelson. D.D. 
Treasurer. — 

Hon. Canon.— The Rev. Edward Dudley Tibbits, D.D. 
Curate. — The Rev. Stephen Fisk Sherman. 

Archdeacons. — Albany: the Ven. William W. Battershall, D.O.; Troy: the Ven. Joseph 
Carey, D.D., LL.D.; Susquehanna: the Ven. George H. P. Grout.; Ogdensburgh: 
the Ven. Walter H. Larom. 
Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — The Ven. Joseph Carey, D.D., the Rev. Canon Fulcher, 
the Rev. Edgar A. Enos, D.D., the Rev. Charles M. Nickerson, D.D., the Rev. George 
H. Sterling, the Rev. Edward D. Tibbits, the Rev. Leonard Woods Richardson, LL.D., 
the Rev. Frederick Schroeder Sill, D.D., the Rev. Richard M. Sherman, the Rev. 
Edgar Lewis Sanford, the Rev. Gilbert Edward Pember. 
Diocesan Missionary. — The Rev. John N. Marvin, Albany. 
Missionary to Deaf Mntes.— The Rev. Harry Van Allen, Utica, N. Y. 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 

Albany (Robin St. and Clin- 
ton Ave.) 

(N. Pearl and Colonic St.) 
(Western & Main Aves.) 
(Lancaster, ab. S. Hawk St.) 

(State and Lodge Sts.).. 

(Trinity Place) 



CHURCHES AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



Grace ...410.. 

Holy Innocents 336.. 

St. Andrew 270 . . 

St. Paul 715.. 

St. Peter 900.. 

Trinity 86.. 



{Paul H. Birdsall. 
( Charles Newton Morris. 
Cuthbert Ogilvie S. Keartoa 
Walker Miller (kige. 
f Roelif H. Brooks. 

J William Porkers. 

Frederick Schneider.. 



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PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 



AmsterdAin 

Ashland 

Athens 

Atisable Forks 

Ballston Sp« 

Bloonringdale 

Blue Mountain Lake 

Bloomville 

Bolton-on-Lake<3eorge 

Boyntonrille \ . 

Brushton 

Burnt Hills 

Butt's Comers 

Cairo 

Cambridge 

Canajoharie 

Canton \>> 

Castleton 

Catskill , 

Champlain 

Charlton 

Chateaugay 

Chatham , 

Cherry Valley 

Chestertown 

Qaverack 

Oermont 

Cobleskill 

Cohoes 

Colton 

Cooperstown 

Copake Iron Works . 

Coxsackie '..... 

Cullen 

Delhi 

Delmar 

Deposit ; . 

Duanesburgh 

East Line 

East Springfield 

Elizabethtown 

Ellenburgh 

Ellenburgh Centre ... 

Essex 

Fairfield 

Fine 

Fonda 

Fort Covington 

Fort Edward 

Fort PUin 

Fourth Lake 

Frankfort 

Franklin 

Gilbertsville 

Glens Falls 

Gloversville 

Gouverneur 

Granville 

Green Island 

Greenville 

Greenwich 

Griffins Comers ..... 

Hartwick , 

Herkimer 

Hobart. 

Hogan^urgh 



CHUKCHBS AND 

COMMUNICANTS. 



St Ann 590. 

Trinity 49 . 

Trinity 95 . 

St. James 70. 

Christ 370. 

The Redeemer 50. 

The Transfiguration ... 9. 

St. Paul 15. 

St Sacrament 78. 

The Holy Name 23 . 

St. Peter 39. 

Calvary 97 . 

St. Luke ....: 

Calvary 50. 

St. Luke 104. 

Good Shephera 25 . 

Grace 175. 

St. Giles 

St Luke 403. 

St John 42 . 

St Paul 33. 

St Paul 30. 

St. Luke 52 . 

Grace 140. 

Good Shepherd 26 . 

Trinity 44. 

St. Luke 22. 

Grace 14. 

St. John 535. 

Zion 99. 

Christ 330. 

St. John in the Wil- 
derness 26. 

Christ 49 . 

Good Shepherd 22. 

St John 156. 

St. Stephen 20 . 

Christ 

Christ 59 . 

St. John 29. 

St Paul 66. 

Good Shepherd 27 . 

St Peter 11. 

St Paul 

St. John 132. 

Trinity 16. 

Ascension 37 . 

Zion 40. 

St Paul 28. 

St. James 173. 

Holy Cross 33 . 

St Peter 

St Alban 25. 

St Paul 94 . 

Christ 59. 

Messiah 47 1 . 

Christ 352. 

Trinity 91. 

Trinity 116. 

St. Mark 290 . 

Christ 22. 

St Paul 31. 

Immanuel 17. 

St Michael 28. 

Christ 279. 

St Peter 74 ■ 

St. James 16. 



Ed'd Tourtellot Carroll, D.D. 
Pierre McDonald Bleecker. 



James Winthrop Hegenun. 
Willis Bixler Hawk.^ 
CUrence Archibald Bull.» 
Alexander Elliott. 
William Henry Goss.* 
EdwM Dudley Tibbits, D.D. 
Alfred L. Fortm. 
Stephen Van Rensselaer. 
Mortimer S. Ashton. 
Octavius Edgelow.* 
Calbraith Bourne Perry, D.D. 

Charles Thacher Pfeififer. 

Elmer Pliny Miller. 
Albert Gale. 



Clifford Woodworth French.^ 
Charles Wesley Schiffer. 
Thomas Bellringer, Jr. 
Frank Wayland Abbott. 



Frederick Schrocder Sill, D.D. 
W. J. Melrose Waterson. 
Ralph Birdsall. 

Clement Theophilus Blanche! 

Charles Warren Baldwin. 

Thomas Beeson. 

George Herbert Paul Grout 

Frederick Schneider. 

John Prout. 

Samuel Robert MacEwan. 

Carroll Healy Fenton. 

I 

Henry Herbert Pittman. 

) Albert Gale. 

Hobart Bingham Whitney. 

James Alexander Dickson. 
James Orlando Drumm. 

William R. Mulford. 

William Mason Cook. 
Harry Eugene Pike. 
Elijah Warner Greene, 

Oliver Shaw Newell. 
Irvine Goddard. 
James Alexander Dickson. 
William Edward Morgan. 
John Louis Holah. 
William Treacey Weston. 

William James Wilkie. 

William Curtis Prout. 
Alexander Elliott 



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PAUSHSS AMD MISMOlfS. 



Hoosac 

Hoosick Falls 

Horicon 

Hudaon ...... 



Ilion 

Indian Lake 

Johnstown 

Joncsville 

Keene Heights (Beede's) 

Keeseville 

Kinderhook 

Lake George (Caldwell) , 
Lake Placid 



Lansingburgh 

Lawrenceville 

Lebanon Springs .. 

Lisbon 

Little Falls 

Louisville Landing 
Luzerne 



Malone 

Maple Grove 

Massena 

Mechanicsville . . . 
Menand^s Station 

Middleburgh 

Middleville 

Mineville 

Mohawk 

Morley 

Morris 



Morristown .... 

Norfolk 

North Granville 

Norwood 

Oak HiU - 

Ogdensburgh . . . 

Oneonta 

Otego 

PalenviUe 

Paul Smith's ... 



Philmont . . 
Plattsburgh 



Port Henry . 
Portlandville 
Potsdam . .' . . 
Pottersville . 
Prattsville .. 



Raquette Lake 

Rairmertown 

Rensselaer ^Bath) 

(Greenbush) 

Rensselaerville , . 

Richfield (Montlcello) ... 

Richfield Spribgs 

Round Lake 

Rouse's Point 

Sabbath-day Point (Lake 

Oorge) 

St. Hubert's 



CHURCHES AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



All Saints 148- 

St. Mark 444 

St. Paul 16 

All Saints 58 

Christ 479 

St. Augustine 359 



St. John 241 

Grace 34 

Felsenheim Chapel .... 

St. Paul 24 

St. Paul Ill 

St. James 79 

St. Eustace by the 

Lakes 88 

Trinity 273 

St. Thomas 22 

Our Saviour 71 

St. Luke 

Emmanuel 240 

Grace 48 

St. Mary 

St. Mark i45 

St. Stephen n 

St. John 170 

St. Luke 155 

St. Margaret 66 

St. Luke 

Memorial 45 

Emmanuel 

Grace 71 

Trinity 95 

Zion 279 

Christ 75 

Grace 39 

All Saints 10 

St. Philip 94 

St. Paul 15 

St. John 690 

St. James 309 

Immanuel 49 

Gloria Dei 49 

St. John in the Wil- 
derness 

St. Mark 32 

Trinity 291 

Christ 72 

St. John 

Trinity 265 

Christ 18 

Grace 7 

The Good Shepherd ... 

St. Paul 18 

Epiphany 127 

Messiah 170 

Trinity 41 

St. Luke 54 

St. John 226 

All Saints 31 

Christ 86 



Grace 

Felsenheim Chapel 



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Edw. Dudley Tibbits, D.D. 

Allan John HoUey. 

Frank Herbert Simmonds. 

Francis B. Roseboro. 
D. Charles White. 
Thomas Bellringer> Jr. 
Frank Wayland Abbott. 
Charles Laurence Adams. 
Harry Eugene Pike. 
Henry A. Dows." 
Wolcott Webster Ellsworth. 
Stephen Van Rensselaer. 

H. P. I^F. Grabau. 
John Alma Bevington.* 
Edward M. Parrott. 

Ernest Alfred Smith. 
C. Metcalf Nickerson, D.D. 
Alfred L. Fortin. 
Charles Burdick Alford. 

Charles E. S. Rasay. 

David Bennett Patterson. 
Clement Jonathan Whipple. 

Henry Alvin Barrett, 

David Bennett Patterson. 
Harry Clarke Plum. 
Stephen F. Sherman. 



Charles Adolphe Livingston. 
Thomas Beeson. 
Frederick Swindlehurst. 
{ Mortimer S. Ashton. 

Edwin Albert Hall. 
Georgo Frederick Bambach. 
William T. Morgan. 
George Frederick Bambach. 
William Treacey Weston. 
Edgar Lewis Sanford. 
George C. Dickinson. 
Elijah Warner Greene. 
Robert Northam Turner, Jr. 



Clement Theophilus Blanchet 
Hubert P. LeF. Grabau. 

Charles Adolphe Livingston. 

Richard Mitchell Sherman. 
Thomas Bellringer, Jr. 
Pierre McDonald Bleecker. 

William Brown-Serman. 
Edwd. Dudley Tibbitts, D.D. 
Thomas White. 



Alexander Haswell (rrant. 
Alexander Haswell (3rant 
Carroll Healy Fenton. 
Albert Gale. 



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St. Regis Falls 

Salem 

Sandy Hill (Hudson Falls). 

Santa Clara 

Saranac Lake 

Sarato|;a Springs 

Schagticoke 

Schenectady 

(Beilcvue) ' ' *.'.'.*.*.'.'.*.'.*.*.'.'.*. 

Schenevus 

Schroon Lake 

Schuylerville 

Sharon Springs 

Sidney 

South Glcns Falls 

Springfield Centre 

Stamford 

Stillwater 

Stockport , 

Stottville 

Tannersyille 

Ticonderoga 

Troy (Congress St., near 
Pawkng Ave.) 

(Sth Ave., bet. Federal 
and Jacob) 

(Sth St., opp. Grand) .... 

(6th Ave. nr. Middleburgh) 

(ist St. cor. Ubertv) ... 

(Junc'n of 1st & 4th Sts.) 

(3d St., cor State) 

Tupper Lake 

Twiliffht Park (Haines Falls) 

Unadilla 

Vermontville 

Waddington 

Walton 

Warrensburgh 

Waterford 

Watervliet (West Troy) ... 
Watervliet (West Troy^ ... 

West Burlington 

Westford 

Whitehall 

Willsboro 



CHUtCBBS AMD 
COMMUNICANTS. 



Our Merciful Saviour. 19.. 

St. Paul 109 . . 

Zion 203.. 

Good Shepherd 24.. 

St. Luke the Beloved 

Physibian 229 . . 

Bethesda 862 . . 

Trinity 37.. 

Christ .441 . . 

St. George 75^" 

St. Paul 71.. 

The Holy Spirit 22., 

St. Andrew 45 . . 

St. Stephen 92.. 

Trinity 74. . 

St. Paul Z47 . , 

(jood Shepherd 46 . , 

St. Mary •. 92 . . 

Grace 56.. 

St. John 23 . . 

St. John the Evangelist. z 48. . 

St. Barnabas 108.. 

St. John the Evangelist. 
The Cross 241 . , 

Ascension 34Z. 

Christ 302 . , 

Holy Cross 253. 

St. Barnabas 360 . 

St, John 648. 

St. Luke. 213. 

St. Paul 975. 

St. Thomas ^ 25 . 

All Angels 

St. Matthew 123. 

St. Paul 61. 

St. Paul 122, 

(^rist f..i73. 

Holy Cross 150. 

Grace 202 . 

St. Andrew ..7458. 

Trinity ..J 

Christ i. 17. 

St. Timothy s- 

Trinity 153 . 

St. Mary 



Frederick Turner Ashton. 
William Wallace Lockwood. 

William Brown Lusk. 
Joseph Carey, D.D., LL.D. 

Seth Adoniram Mills. 
David Henry Clarkson. 
Benj. W. R. Tayler, D.D. 
Henry Winne Bell. 
Job Osiander Babin. 
Thomas Bellringer, Jr. 
Willett Nicoll Hawtdn%. 
Ed. Ruthven A. Armstroag. 
George Stockwell. 
Oliver Shaw Newell. 
Henry John Quick. 
William James WiUde. 
Harry Clarke Plum. 
John Wilkins. 



Samuel Dies Van Loan. 

James C^ird. 

Eugene Sebastian Pearce. 
Edward Wilcox Baboock. 
George A. Holbrook. 
Henry Raymond Freeman. 
Seth Adoniram Mills. 
Edgar A. Enos, D.D. 
Charles Wesley Boyd. 
W. L. DeVries.^ 
Yale Lyon. 
Willis Bixter Hawk. 

Gilbert Edward Pember. 
Guy Harte Purdy. 
Chauncey Vorhis Kling. 



Clarence R. Quinn. 
Hobart Bingham Whitney. 



NONPAROCHIAL. 



Adam, Samuel Forbes, San Juan, P. R. 

Battershall, W. W., r. em., Albany. 

Blodgett, Francis Branch, Prof. G. T. S., 
New York. 

Brown, Milford Losee, off. New York. 

Calvert, Thomas Elliott, New York. 

Coss, Joshua Nelson Thompson, North Law- 
rence. 

Hall, James Earl, Newton, N. J. 

Harter, Walter G., E. T. S., Cambridge, 
Mass. 

Hatheway, CHiarles H., Columbiaville. 

Judd, Archibald M., Spencertown. 

Jukes, Arthur Starr, Ponce, P. R. 

Larom, Walter H., Saranac Lake. 

Martin, Herbert E. 

Mead, James B., Peekskill, N. Y. 

Morgan, Leigh C. New York. 

Morros, Charles N,. Amesbury, Mass. 

Nichols, John Francis, Portland, Conn. 
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Pooley, Oaude N. A., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Prall, William, D.D., Albany. 

Rathbun, Grenville A., Oneonta. 

Richardson. T^onard Woods. LL.D.. In- 
structor Normal College, Albany, N. Y. 

Riley, Theodore M., D.D., r. em., Hudson* 
N. Y.. 

Sill. James B., New York. 

Smith, E. Bayard, Dresden, Saxony. 

Smyth, Henry Mason, En^lewood, N. J. 

Sterling, (Seorge H., Moms. 

Stockton, Elias Boudinot, West Orange^ 
N. J. 

Temple, Charles, D.D., Palm Beach, Flm. 

Trego, Benjamin T., Troy, N. Y. 

Tompkins, Edward S. de G., Brooklmc^ 

Van Allen, H.. Miss. Deaf, Utica. 
Van Dyne, CHiarles H., New York. 
Zorn, Joseph T., Yonkets, N. Y. 

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ARIZONA. 

MlSSiOl^ARY DISTRICT. 

LxifXTS. — The Territory of Ariaona, 

Poptilation (1910), 204,000. Area, 113,900 sq. m. 

Thx Rt. Rev. Julius Walkbs Atwood, Missionary Bishop. Residence, Phoenix. 
Secretary. — The Rev. Bertrand R. CoiUcs, Phoenix, 
le^^rar.— -The Rev. Frederick T. Bennett, Phoenix. 
Tr^ojMrer.^-Nathan A. Morford, Phoenix. 
Chancellor, — The Hon. John J. Hawkins, Prescott. 

Council of Advice. — Clerical, the Rev. James Rockwood Jenkins, Pres.: the Rev. William 
J. Dixon. Lay, Nathan A. Morford, Sec; Charles A. Van dcr Veer. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

Constituted with Nevada a Missionary jurisdiction by the House of Bishops on October 4» 

1866. 
By the General Convention on October 29, 1868, the Rev. Ozi William Whitaker was- 

elected a Missionary Bishop by the General Convention, and consecrated October 13*. 

1869. Became Bishop Coadjutor of Pennsylvania in 1886. 
The first Services of the Church in the limits of Arizona were held by him in 1873. De- 
tached from Nevada and constituted with New Mexico a new jurisdiction by the 

General Convention on November 2, 1874. 
The Rev. William Forbes Adams was elected by the General Convention as Missionary 

E.ishop, and consecrated January; 17, 1875. Resigned his jurisdiction in New Mexico- 

and Arizona in 1876. The resignation was accepted at the General Convention iii> 

October, 1877, and he became Bishop of £aston in 1887. 
Second Bishop (of New Mexico and Arizona). — George Kelly Dunlop. Born, November 

10, 1830. Consecrated, November 21, 1880. Died, March 12, 1888. 
(The two Territories were erected into separate Missionary Districts in 1892.) 
J'hvrd Bishop. — ^JoHN Mills Kendrick. Consecrated Bishop of New Mexico and Arizona,. 

1889; Bishop ot Arizona, 1892; Bishop of New Mexico, 1910. 

' CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

St. Luke's Home, Phoenix. — Pres. and Treas., the Bishop. Supt., the Rev. Bertrand R. 

Cocks. 
Hospital of the Good Shepherd, Fort Defiance. — Miss Eliza W. Thackara, Deaconess and 

Superintendent, 
Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized 1889.] Pres., Mrs. Lucy Jenkins^ 

•Prescott. Sec, Mrs. W. J. Dixon, Tucson. 



Diocesan Paper. — "The Arizona Mission.'* Issued Quarterly. Editor, the Bishop. 



tTATISTICa. 



Clergy 

Priests Ord<»ined 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

Unorganized Missions 

Baptisms , 

Confirmed , 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars , 

Contributions 



1910. 



1911. 



9 


10 


I 


.... 


9 


12 


13 


15 


3 


5 


116 


106 


74 


67 


1,268 


1,252 


64 


$15,212 


$14,864 



The 20th Annual Convocation will be held at Tucson, Wednesday, April 24, 191a. 

THE CLERGY. 

* The Bishop. 

Bishop's Exam' ting Chaplains. — The Rev. Ernest W. Simonson, the Rev. William J^ 
Dixon, the Rev. J. Rockwood Jenkins, the Rev. William J. Scarlett. 



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Bisbee 

JL>ouslaa 

Flagstaff 

Fort Defiance 

Globe 

Mesa 

Nosales 

Tempc ...i^... 

Phoenix 

Prescott 

Tombstone . . . 

Tucson 

Wickenburg . 
Winslow . . . . . 

Yuma 

Scattered .... 



CHUKCHIS AND 
OOMMUMXCAMTS. 



St. John 240. 

St. Stephen 137 • 

30- 

Good Shepherd . . . ^ . . . 3 . 

St. John 61. 

St. Mark 24. 

St. Andrew 32 . 

St. James 18 . 

Trinity 289 . 

St. Luke 122. 

St. Paul 37. 

Grace 166. 



St. Paul 27. 

St. Paul 14. 

70. 



Creighton Spencer. 
Ernest Ward Simonson. 
Joseph Lyons Meade. 

William J. Scarlett. 
James H. MacPherson. 
Bertrand Richard Cocks. 
William J. Scarlett. 
James Rockwood Jenkins. 

William James Dixon. 
J. Rockwood Jenkins. 
Joseph Lyons Meade. 



Unorganized Missions at Copper Basin, Groom Creek, Glendale, Jerome and Richland» 
under the charge of the Rev. James R. Jenkins. 

NON-PAROCHIAL. 
Bennett, Frederick T., Phoenix. | Bolt, Ernest A., Bisbee. 

DIOCESE OF ARKANSAS. (A. D. 1871.) 

Limits. — The State of Arkansas, 
Population (1900), 1,3x1,564. Area, 53,045 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rev. William Montgomery Brown, D.D., Bishop. (1898.) Residence, Brown- 
ella Cottage, Gallon, O. 

The Rt. Rev. Tames Ridout Winchester, D.D., Bishop Coadjutor. Residence, 122a 
Scott St., Little Rock. 

Secretary of Council.— The Rev. William Du Hamel, 1222 Scott St., Little Rock. 

Assistant Secretary. — The Rev. Arthur E. Woodward, Mammoth Springs. 

I reasurer. — P. K. Roots. 1018 Scott St., Little Rock. 

Registrar. — The Bishop. 

C^nc^Z/or.— John T. Hicks, Little Rock. 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. Charles Henry Lockwood, the Rev. Henry Neal 
Hyde, the Rev. Howard M. Ingham. Lay, P. K. Roots, Sec; 1018 Scott St., Little 
Rock; A. L. Ferguson, R. E. Wait 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The iirst services were held by Bishop Polk at Helena on March 3, 1839. The first resi- 
dent Clergyman was the Rev. William N. C. Yeager, who was stationed at Little 
Rock by the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society in 1840. Dr. Polk was conse- 
crated December 9, 1838, "Bishop of Arkansas and the Indian Territory South of 
36** 30' of latitude, with provisional charge of Alabama, Mississippi, and the Republic 
of Texas." 

By the General Council of the Churches in the Confederate States in November, i86a> 
Arkansas was erected into a Diocese, with Bishop Lay as Bishop. 

At the conclusion of the war between the States it resumed its Missionary status. 

The Primary Convention for the organization of a Diocese was held in Christ Church, 
Little Rock, on August 24, 1871, at which Bishop Pierce was elected as Diocesan. The 
General Convention of 187 1 gave consent to this action. 

First Bishop. — Leon Idas Polk. Born, April 10, 1806. Consecrated, December 9, 1838. 
Translated to Louisiana, October, 1841. Died, June 14, 1864. 

Second Bishop.^^EORGt, Washington Freeman. Born, June 13, i7^9* Consecrated, 
October 26, 1844. Died, April 29, 1858. 

Third Bishop. — Henry Champlin Lay. Bom, December 6, 1823. Consecrated, October 
23, 1859. Translated to Easton, 1869. Died, September 27, 1885. 

Fourth Bishop. — Henry Niles Pierce. Born, October 19, 1820. Consecrated, January 
25, 1870. Died, September 5, 1899. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Daughters of the King. — Diocesan Sec, Mrs. W- B. Parsons, Little Rock. Diocesan Di- 
rectress, Miss Clara B. Eno, Van Buren. 

Girls* Friendly Society.— Pres., Mrs. W. S. MitcheU. 1462 Scott St., Little Rock. 

Helen Dunlop Memorial Industrial School. — 

St. John's Orphan AsylUm. Helena. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Reorganized 1895.] Sec, Mrs. C. L. W. Reese, 
313 S. Elm St., Pine Bluff. Treas., Mrs. H. M. Ingham, Camden. 

Junior Department. — Directress, Mrs. A. A. Tufts, Camden. r^^^^T^ 

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Oergy 

Friesta Ordained 

Church £dificct 

Organixcd Parishes and Missions 

Unorganized Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed •••••••••••••••••*•• 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



1910. 



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22 


26 


5 


.... 


51 


51 


4a 


43 


28 


.IS 


333 


346 


300 


4.718 


4,266 


230 


230 


2,200 


x>947 


$57,568 


$S7,3o6 



The 40th Annual Council will be held in Trinity Cathedral, Little Rock, May 8, xpia. 



THE CLERGY. 

TRINITY CATHEDRAL (com. 302), LITTLE ROCK. 
Thx Bishop. 
Dean. — ^The Rev. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains, — The Rev. Albert Rupert Llwyd, the Rev. Edward Thomas 
Mabley, the Rev. William Du Hamel, the Rev. James Woodward Thompson, the Rev. 
Edwin Warren Saphore. 



PAaXSHBS AMD MISnOKS. 



Arcenta 

Arkansas City 

Batesville 

Bear Wallow Springs 

Berryville • . 

Booneville 

Brinkley 

Caldwell 

Camden 

Clarendon 

Conway 



Dardanelle 

Des Arc 

Dermot ..* 

DeVairs Bluff . 

Dumas 

El Dorado 

Eudora 

Eureka Springs 
Fayetteville .... 

Forcknan 

Forilest City ... 
Fort Smith .... 



Fulton 

Harrison .... 

Hartford ... 
Helena ..... 

Hope ......< 

Hot Springs 



Tonesboro ... 
l2» Village 
Uttle Sock .. 



CHUaCHBS AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



St. Luke 15, 

St. Clement 27 

St. Paul 140 

St. Barnabas 4 

St. John 5 

Ascension 5.. 

St Luke 12.. 

St John » 4.. 

St. John 119.. 

St Cyprian xo.. 

St Petj^r 9.. 

All Saints 

St Paul 6.. 

St George 14.. 

St Matthias 6.. 

St Michael 13.. 

Grace 5 . . 

St Mary 21.. 

4.. 

St James 63.. 

St Paul 154.. 

St Barnabas 39.. 

Good Shepherd 1x8.. 

St Augustine 38.. 

St John ....345*. 

Messiah 16.. 

Emmanuel 21.. 

St John 16.. 

St George 32.. 

St John 385.. 

St Mark so.. 

St Luke 23X.. 

St Mary 

St Paul 44.. 

Emmanuel • 36.. 

Christ 665.. 

St Paul 79.. 



Alexander J. D. Kuehn. 
Hanson Abbott StoweU. 



Howard M. Ingham. 



Howard M. Ingham. 
Alexander J. D. Kueha. 

E. W. Saphore. 
Frederick £. De Longy. 
Edward Thomas MaUey. 

) Edwin Francis Wilcox. 



msok 



WUliam M. Walton. 
Albert Rupert Llwyd. 



Alexander J. D. Knehn. 
7 Henry Neal Hyde. 
iWilliam Dn HameL 



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Little Rock 

(Pulaski Heights) 



(Scotts) 

Lonoke , 

Low Gap 

Mammoth Springi 
Marianna ....«•.. 

Marked Tree 

Mena 

MonticeUo , 

Morrilton 

NashviUe 

Newi>ort 

Osceola 

Paragould 

Pine Bluff 



Pocahontas . . . . 

Prescott 

Readland 

Rogers 

Russellville 

Searcy ........ 

Siloam Springs 

Stamps 

Stuttgart 

Texarkana .... 



TollviHc .... 
Van Buren . 
Warren . . . , 
Washington 
Winslow ... 
Wynne .... 



CHUtCHBS AND 
COMMUMXCANTS. 



St. Margaret 19. 

St. Mark 33. 

St. Tames 8. 

All Souls (Union) 

St. Mark 5. 

St. Stephen 4. 

St Andrew xo. 

St. Andrew 66. 

St. Matthias 17. 

Christ 42 . 

St. Mary 26. 

St. Agnes 17 . 

The Redeemer 4. 

St. Paul 106. 

Calvary 2, 

Holy Communion 10. 

Trinity 350. 

St. Andrew 

Ascension 14. 

St. James 5 . 

St. Agnes 7. 

St. Andrew 12. 



St. Thomas 
Grace , 



50. 

10. 

St. Alban 7. 

St. Andrew 52. 

St Peter 

St Peter 30. 

Trinity 174. 

Holy Cross 30. 

Grace 8. 

St Stephen 38. 

St. James 3. 



Robert Wesley Emerson.. 
Robert Wesley Emerson^ 

William Du Hamel. 



Arthur Elon Woodward. 
Cornelius Charlton Burke. 

Frederick £. De Longy. 
Alexander J. D. Kuehn. 



William Edward Vann.* 



Charles L. Wyland-Reescs. 
John Henry Simons. 



Lee Wnbert Heaton. 



James Woodward Thompson. 
(Carles Frederick Collins. 

Edwin Warren Saphore. 



NON-PARO(3IAL. 



Flowers, (5eorge W., Columbus, Ky. 
Johnstone, Robert G.. Little Rock. 
Judaschke. John Henry, in Europe. 
Kucs, Charles Henry, New York. 
Lockwood, Charles H., D.D., r. em., Helena. 



Saphore, E. W., Little Jlock. 
Saunders, John Linker, Salisbury, N. C. 
Trimble, David L., Pine Bluff. 
Vaulx, James Junius, Fayetteville. 



ASHEVILLE. 

MISSIONARY DISTRICT. 



Limits.—^// that part af tkt State af North Carolina Mng to iho most of tka oastom 
houndarits of the counties of Alleghany, Wilkes, Alexander, Catawba, Umcoln, and 
Gaston, in the State of North CaroHna, 



Population (1900), 428,000. Area, 11*710 sq. m. 
Thb Rt. Rjnr. Junius Mooib Hobnu, D.D., Missionary Bishofi. (1898.) Residenea, 

Asheville, N. C 
Secretary of Convention. — ^The Rer. Alfred H. Stubbt, Askeville. 

Assistant Secretary. — Francis Pickens Bacon. 
Treasurer.-— The Rer. Alfred H. Stubbs. 
Registrar. — The Rev. Theodore Andrews, Wilkesboro. 
Chancellor. — Hon. Theodore F. Davidson, Asheville. 

Council of Advice. — Clerical, the Rev. Alfred H. Stubbs, Pres.; the Rev. Rodney R. 
Swope, D.D. Lay, Haywood Parker, Philip R. Moale, John H. Law. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

Constituted a I^iuionary District by the General Convention on Octnber 21, 1895* It WM 
placed under the care of the Presiding Bishop, until a Bishop for the District was 
elected and consecrated. 

October 22, 1898, the present Bishop was elected Bishop, and consecrated December 
i89«. '> ...w. ""■ 

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CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 
Christ Church, Arden. — The Rev. Reuben Rivers Harris, Minister in Charge. Mrs. T. C 

Wetmorc, Principal. 
Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent j Mrs. C. D. Chapman, Lock Box 144, 

Brevard, N. C. 
Patterson School, Yadkin Valley.—The Rev. Malcolm S. Taylor, Rector; the Rev. Alfred 

S. Lawrence, Head Master. 
Valle Crucis Industrial Sch0ol, Valle Crucis. — Miss Mary E. Horner. Principal. 
IV Oman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — L Organized June, 1886.] Annual meeting: time 

and place of Diocesan Convention. Rec. Sec, Mrs. Chester Lyman, R. F. D. No. i, 

Asheville. 
Junior Department, — Sec, Mrs. Charles Minor, 61 French Broad Ave., Asheville. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Friests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions . . . 

Unorganized Missions 

Baptisms - 

Confirmed , 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Parish and Mission School Teachers 
Parish and Mission School Scholars . 
Contributions 



1910. 



1911. 



33 


30 


2 


2 


-76 


74 


43 


45 


39 


39 


326 


355 


218 


186 


2,819 


2,767 


232 


^35 


2.958 


3,110 


49 


50 


1.375 


1,287 


$54,940 


$53,855 



The i8th Annual Convention will be held on the third Wednesday in June, 191 2, 
in the Church of St. John in the Wilderness, Flat Rock. 

^ THE CLERGY. 

Thb Bishop in Cuargs. 
Deans of Convocations. — Waynesvillc: the Rev. Rodney R. Swope, D.D.; Morganton: the 

Rev. Frederick D. Lobdell. 
Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — The Rev. Alfred H. Stubbs, the Rev. Edmund N. Joyner. 
General Missionary. — The Rev. 



PAKISHKS AND MISSIONS. 



Arden . . . 
Asheville 



Bakersville 

Bat Cave 

Biltmure 

Black Mountain 

Blackstone 

Buncombe County 

Brevard 

Cashier's Valley 

Ldncyville '., 

Flat R^k 

Fletcher 

Foscoe 

Franklin Associate Mission: 

Franklin 

Franklin 

Irena 

Prentiss , 

Nonah 

Slagle 

Granite Falls 

Green River 



Henderson County 
Hendersonville . . . . 

Upward 

Hickory 

Highlands , 

Lenoir 



CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS 



Christ School 3S. 

St. Matthias 132. 

Trinity 334. 

Mount Zion 3. 

Transfiguration 3 . 

All Souls S.-I55. 

St. James 12. 

Mission 6. 

Mt. Calvary ' 4. 

St. Philip 37. 

Good Shepherd 4 . 

St. Paul 22. 

St. John in Wilderness. 65. 

Calvary 79. 

Easter Chapel i . 

St. Agnes 18. 

St. Cyprian 13. 

All Saints 15. 

St. George ? . 

St. John 8. 

Ascension 5. 

Holy Apostles 6 . 

St. Joseph 8. 

St. Andrew 24. 

9. 

St. James 67. 

St. John Baptist 16. 

Ascension 91. 

Incarnation 16. 

St. James 63. 

Peace Chapel 



Reuben Rivers Harris. 
James Thomas Kennedy. 
Henry Fields Saumenig. 



Reginald Norton Willcox. 
Rodney Rush Swope, D.D. 

Clergy of Yadkin Valley. 
Arthur B. Livermore. 
Chalmers Dtirand Chapman. 

Reginald Norton Willcox. 

Arthur B. Livermore. 
John Norton Atkins. 



John Sterling 
I Frederick E 



Moody. 
Lobdell. 



Reginald Norton Wilcox. 
) Reginald Norton Willcox. 

John Sterling Moody. 

Edmund U. Joyner. 



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<yaston County Mission: 

Bessemer Otf 

Gastonia »••• 

High SImmOs 

Mountain island 

Lincolnton Asso'te Mission: 

Lincoln Cotuty 

Lincoln Coim^ 

Lincoln Coun^ 

Lincolnton 

Lincolnton 

llarion Missions: 

Marion 

liorganton Assoc'te Mission: 

Burke County 

Burke Cotmty 

Burke Coun^ 

Burke Coun^ 

Morganton 



<i\en. Alpine 

Morganton •••••••••••••■ 

Morganton 

Quaker Meadows 

Murphy 

Old Fort 

itavenscroft Asso'e Mission: 

Acton . . . . : 

Alexander Mission 

Bowman's BluiF 

Candler 

Chunn's Cove . 

<3race 

' Haw Creek 

Hot Springs 

Leicester •...•••.••••••. 

Owenb^r 

Mountain Island 

Konda 

Rutherfordton 



Saluda 

Shelby 

Springrdale 

Tryon 

Upward 

Valle Crucis Asso'e Mission: 

Beayer Creek 

Blowing Rock 

Boone 

St. Jude 

Todd 

Valle Crucis 

Glendale Springs 

Waynesville Ass<re Mission: 

Canton » 

Balsam 

Cullowhee 

Micadale 

Sylva 

Waynesyille 

Waynesvillc 



CHVtCHSS AMD 
COMMVHICAim. 



St. Andrew 34< 

St. Mark 102. 

St. John 38. 

St. Elisabeth i9- 

Our Sayiour 36. 

St. Paul so. 

St. Stephen 6. 

St. Cyprian 46- 

St. Luke 132. 

St. John x6. 

Good Shepherd 38- 

St. George 4a. 

The Cross 

St. Margaret 23, 

St. Michael in the 

Mountains 

St. Paul 57. 

Grace 103. 

St. Stephen a8. 

St. Mary 3a. 

Messiah za . 

St. Gabriel 18. 

St. Paul a. 



Wilkesboro ... 
Yadkin Valley 



Gethsemane 

St. Clement 6. 

St. Luke 16. 

Grace 60 . 

Trinity 27. 

St. John 13. 

St. Paul 4. 

Redeemer n . 

St. Elizabeth 19- 

All Saints 15. 

St. Francis Memorial.. 67. 

St. Luke ..^ . 

Transfiguration 19 . 

Redeemer as • 

St. Mark 5 • 

Holy Cross 49- 

St. John Baptist 30. 

St. Mary 12. 

Holy Spirit 8. 

St. Luke 6. 

St. John Baptist 21. 

St. Matthew 12. 

Holy Cross 103. 

Holy Trinity 4. 

St. Andrew 6 . 

Holy Communion .... 20 . 

St. David 19. 

St. Mary 34 • 

St. John 4- 

St. Michael 6. 

Grace 73. 

St. Michael 6. 

St. Paul 19. 

Chapel of Rest 17. 



Walter R. Dye. 



William B. Magnan. 



William B. Magnan. 
James Joyner. 



Alfred Houghton Stubbs. 
William B. Magnan. 



Alfred Houghton Stubbs. 
Miner Julius Peters. 
George H. Bell. , 
William Francis Rice. 



Frederick B. Lobdell. 

J Frederick B. Lobdell. 

John Welling Areson. 
Reginald Norton Willcox. 



Wm. Rutherford Savag«. 
Hugh Alexander Dobbin. 
John Norton Atkins. 



VHervey C. Parke, Jr. 
I Grant Knauff. 

) Grant Knauff. 
S 

Malcolm Slicer Taylor. 



Deal, John A., Gainesyille, Ga. 
Jones, Milnor, Tacoma, Wash. 



NON-PAROCHIAt. 

I Lawrence, Alfred S., Headmaster, Ledgeiw 
wood. 
Willis, Francis, E^|J|^oj-^y:^iyi^^^^^ 



ATLANTA. (A. D. 1907.) 

Limits. — That portion of ths Stat€ of Georgia lying north and vest of the boundary 
Unes of the following counties: Columbia, McDuffie, Glascock, Washington, WUkin- 
son, Twiggs, Pulaski, Dooly, Sumter, Webster, and Stewart. 

Population (i90s)> i»283»693. Area, 26,701 «q. nu 

Tux Rt. Rev. Clbland Kinloch Nxlson, D.D., Bishop. (1893.) Residence, 765 Peach- 
tree St, AtlanU.' Ga. Office, St. Philip's Tower, Hunter and Washington Sts. 

Secretary,— Tht Rev. Charles Knight Weller, College Park, Atlanta. 

Assistant Secretary,— -The Rev. John Durham Wing, Atlanta. 

Treasurer. — Rhodes Browne, 1046 Broad St., Columbus. 

Registrar. — William N. Hawks, 539 Equitable Bldg., Atlanta. 

Chancellor. — R. C. Alston, Equitable Building, Atlanta. 

Standing Committee.'-Clerical, the Very Rev. C. T. A. Pise, D.D,, the Very Rev. Cagr 
Breckenridge Wilmer, D.D., the Rev. Troy Beatty. Lay, Thomas Egleston, T. £. 
Berry, Z. D. Harrison, Sec, Atlanta. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The General Convention of 1907 consented to a division of the Diocese of Geor|^ The 
primary Convention for the organization of the new Diocese was held in Christ 
Church, Macon, on December 4, 1907. 

The Bishop of Georgia announced that he elected the new See, and thus became the first 
Bishop of Atlanta. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Miss Mi;mie Harper, 343 Capital Ave.* 
Atlanta. 

Church Settlement of the Good Shepherd, La Grange. — Warden, the Rev. H. D. Phillips. 

Daughters of the Ktng. — Diocesan Sec, Mrs. J. B. Ozburn, 157 Lawton St., Atlanta. 

Girls' Friendly Society.— Sec, Miss M. Bowie, The Grand, AtlanU. 

Order of Deaconesses of St. Katharine, Macon. — Mother, Sister Louise. 

St. Paul's Training and Industrial School, Atlanta. — Warden, the R*v. Albert Eustace Day. 

The Appleton Church Home, Macon. — Sister Louise in charge. Treas., Luther Williams^ 
Macon. Chaplain, the Rev. Charles H. Lee. 

The Julia P. Jones Hon^e for Indigent Ladies, Macon. — Chaplain, the Rev.' John Summer- 
field Bunting. 

The Samuel Benedict Memorial School, Cedartown. — Pres., the Rev. Geor^^e E. Benedict 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized 1908.I Annual meeting: December, 
at the time of the Convention. Pres., Miss Edith L*Engle, 164 Ponce de Leon Ave,, 
Atlanta. Sec, Miss Rosa Wodoberry, 428 Peach Tree St., Atlanta. 

Junior Auxiliary. — 



STATISTICS. 



Qergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

Missions and Stations 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars * 

Parish School Teachers 

Parish School Scholars 

Contributions y 



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1911. 



34 


37 


2 




s? 


59 


38 


39 


29 


33 


395 


140 


270 


355 


4,493 


4»995 


229 


253 

2,064 


a,490 


14 


12 


395 


^ 336 


$106,749 


$111,194 



The sth Annual Council will be held in Christ Church. Macon, Wednesday, May 22, 1912. 

THE CLERGY. 

CATHEDRAL OF ST. PHILIP (com. 509). ATLANTA. 

(Hunter and Washington Streets.) 

Thb Bishop. 

D#an.— The Very Rev. Charles T. A. Pise, D.D. , „ , .,, . 

Archdeacon for Colored Work.— Tht Ven. Eugene Leon Henderson, Atlanta. 

Bishop's Examining Chapla*ns.—The Rev. C. Breckenndge Wilmer, D.D., the Very Rev. 

C T A Pise D D 
Deans' of Convocations.'— Athens: the Rev. Thomas Duck; Atlanta: the Rev. Russell K. 
Smith, D.D.; Columbus: the Rev. S. Alston Wragg; Macon: the Rev. John S. Bunt- 
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rAKZSHBS AND MMItOMa. 



Athe 



Atlanta 

(West Peachtree Street).. 

(Lcc Street) 

(Prior und Honstoa Stt.) 

(Washington and Hunter 
Sts.) 

(PulUam St. & Atlanta Av.) 

(West Peachtree Street).. 

(Inman Park) 

(Glenn and Kent Sts.)... 

(241 Atibum Ave.) 

(East Tawas) 

Aubray 

Austell 

Anstin ' 

Bamesvflle 

Butler 

Calhoun 

CarroUton 

Cartersville 

Ca'^'e Spring 

Cedartown 

(Tlarksville 



College Park 



CHUBCHBS AND 
COMlfUMXCANTl. 



Emmanuel 323 

St. Mary 

St, Timothy 22 

All Saints 484 

Incarnation i S© 

St. Luke 761 

The Cathedral Missions.6so 

Holy (x>mforter 65 

Holy Innocents 

Epiphany 1 18 

St. Andrew 

St. Paul »...I2S 

St. Matthias 23 

St. Mary 5 

Good Shepherd 

St. Paul 14 

All Saints 5 



Columbtia 

Cciluxnbus 



Dalton . . . . , 
Decatur .... 
East Point . . 
Eatonton . . . 

Elberton 

Fort Valley 
Gainesville . 
Greensboro . 

(^ffin 

Hapcville . . 
Ivinfcston • . • 
Kirkwood .. 
La Grange ., 



Macon : 

(Walnut, bet. ad ft 3d Sts.) 



(College and Forsyth Sts.) 

Madison 

Marietta 



Marshallville . 
Montexuma . . 
Milledgeville . 
Mount Airy . . 

Newnan 

Norcrosp 

Rochemont . . . 

Rome 

Sparta 

Talbotton .... 
Tallapoosa ... 
Tallulah Falls 
Toccoa 



St. James 2 

St. Margaret 6 

Ascension 3' 

Good Shepherd 4 

St. James 5° 

(Grace i^ 

(Holy Cross 

St. John 46 

St. Mary 

St. Christopher 29 

St. Mary the Virgin ... 25 

Trinity 460 

St. Mark 31 

Holy Trinity 38 

St. Paul 24 

All Angels 5 

Holy Apostles 14 

St. Andrew I5 

Grace 76 

The Redeemer 13 

St. George 75 

Christ 8 

St. Andrew 4 

St. Timothy 29 

St. Mark 18 

Good Shepherd 26 

Christ 430 

St. John 

St. Mark 19 

St. Paul ^ 280 

Advent 10 

St. James 226 

St. Barnabas 5 

Kirk's Chapel 

Union Chapel 

St. Mary 

7 

St. Stephen 50 

Calvary 12 

St. Paul 9 

St. John 5 

I 

St. Peter 195 

Ascension 4 

Mount Zion 17 

St. Ignatius 3 

St. James 6 

St. Matthew 13 



Troy Beatty. 

Eugene Leon Henderson. 

Wilkie W. Memminger. 
Vincent Corbett Lacey. 
C. Breckenridge Wilmer,D.D. 

Charles T. A. Pise, D.D. 
John Durham Wing. 
Wilkie W. Memminger. 
Russell Kane Smith. 
John Durham Wing. 
Albert Eustace Day. 
Eugene Leon Henderson. 

H. L. Jewett- Williams. 



George Lett Lamont (Gordon. 
Robert F. De Belle. 
George Lett Lamont (Jordon, 
Charles Buckner Hudgins. 
Carl A. Ferdinand Ruge. 
J Thomas Duck. 

Charles Knight Weller. 

T. Stewart-Braithwaite. 
Robert Theodore Phillips. 
Samuel Alston Wragg. 
George Lett Lamont (xordon. 

Marshall Grant Ledford. 
Wm. Russell Scarritt, D.D. 
Thomas Duck. 
H. Y. Jewctt-Williams. 
Edgar Allen Sherrod. ' 

Clayton Earle Wheat. 
Marshall Grant Ledford. 
George Lett Lamont (jordon. 
Russell Kane Smith. 
) Henry Disbrow Phillips. 

(John Summerfield Bunting 
IMalcolm Wright Lockhart. 

Eugene Leon Henderson. 
Charles Henry Lee. 

Edward Slade Doan. 
Eugene Leon Henderson. 
) Edward Slade Doan. 



Wm. Russell Scarritt, D.D. 

Russel Kane Smith. 

Geo. Lett Lamont (5ordon. 
Charles Buckner Hudgins. 
Wm. Russell Scarritt, D.D. 
H. L. Jewett-Williams. 
Robert F. Dc Belle. 
Thomas Duck. 
Thomas Duck. 



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NON-PAROCHIAL. 

Benedict, Qeveland K., D.D., Scwanee, | Patten, Robert W., 4tH Dept Sec, Atlanta. 

Tcnn. Perry, John James P., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Tupper, Tullius C, D,D., Chaplain U. Si- 



Benedict, George E., Cedartown. 
Burry, Thomas. Camaguay, Cuba. 
Btttler, Edward H., Pittsboro, N. C. 



Penitentiary, Atlanta. 



DIOCESE OF BETHLEHEM. (A. D. 1871.) 

Limits.— rii# Diocts* compHtu that portion of ths Statt of Ponnsyhwnia lying wHkim 
th§ following lines: On tho north, thg southern boundary of the State of New Yorhi 
on the east, the western boundary of the States of New York and New Jorsey, and of 
the counties of Bucks, Montgomery, and Chester; on the south, by tho county of Lam- 



uphin, Northumbar- 



caster; on the west, the eastern boundary of the counties of 

land, Columbia, Sullivan, and Tioga, 

Population (1900), 1,253, 107. Area, 8,960 sq. m. 
Ths Rt. Rev. Ethblbbkt Talbot, D.D.. LL.D., Bishop. (1887.) Residence, Sottt^ 

Bethlehem. 
Secretary -^Oacss C. Foster, Esq., West Pittston. 
Assistant Secretary, — The Rey. Edward D. Johnson, West Pittston. 
Treasurer. — P. Reijington Stetson, Reading. 
Registrar. — Preston A. Lambert, South Bethlehem. 
Chancellor. — Rodney A. Mercur, Esq., Towanda. 
Standing Committee. — Clerical the Rev. Marcus Alden Tolman, Pres.; the Rev. WilUani 

E. Beach, the Rev. Henry L. Jones, D.D., the Rev. Howard W. Diller, the Rer. 

Tames P. Ware, Sec. Lay. Guy E. Farquhar, Everett Warren, E. G. Mercur, Albert 

N. Cleaver, Joseph N. Welch, Everett Warren. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The General Convention gave consent to the division of the Diocese of Pennsylvania on 
October 5, 1871. 

The Primary Convention met in St. Stephen's Church, Harrisburg, on Wednesday, No- 
vember 8, 1 87 1, and the name Central Pennsylvania was chosen., 

At the Convention of May, 1909, the name of the Diocese was changed to Bethlehem. 

First Bishop. — Mark Antony DeWolfe Howe. Born, April 5, 1809. Consecrated, De- 
cember 28, 1871. Died, July 31, 1895- 

Socond Bishop. — Nelson S. Rulison. Born, April 24, 1842. Consecrated, October 28,. 
1884. Dted, August 31, 1897. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church Club of the Diocese of Bethlehem. — Pres., Rodney A. Mercur, Towanda. Sec.,. 

Oscar C. Foster. Pittston. 
Church Home for Children, Jonestown. — Chaplain, the Rev. S. G. Morton Montgomery. 
Daughters of the King. — Diocesan Sec, 
Girls* Friendly Society. — (Six Branches.) Pres., Mrs. E. A. Borrell, Reading. Sec, Miss 

Rebecca Gummares, S. Bethlehem. 
Leonard Hall, South Bethlehem. — Warden, the Rev. Francis M. Wetherill. 
St. Luke's Hospital, South Bethlehem.— [IncoT. 1872.] Treas., Warren A. Wilbur, South 

Bethlehem. 
Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized June, 1882,] Annual meeting: in the 

Autumn, time and place appointed by the Bishop. Sec, Miss Laura Ruddle, East 

Mauch Chunk. ^ a « 

Junior Department. —'b/LiBS Elizabeth Donnelly, 153 Ferry St., Easton. 



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Clergy 

Priests Ordained , , 

Church Edifices 

Organised Fanshes and Missions 

Unorganized Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants .•*••«..•• 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



I9I0. 


X9XX. 


73 


73 


2 


a 


77 


77 


63 


63 


50 


50 


633 


831 


934 


813 


14»028 


14,219 


1,010 


1,027 


9.9 1 5 


9.786 


$219,897 


$a6i,8i7 



The 41st Annual Convention will meet in the Church of the Nativity, South Bethlehem, 

May 21, 1912. 

THE CLERiiY. 

Thb Bishop. 

PRO-CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF THE NATIVITY icom. 802). 

SOUTH BETHLEHEM. 

Rector, — The Rev. Gilbert H. Sterling. D.D. 

C«ra##.— The Rev. Stewart U. Mttman. 

Archdeacons,-^^eA^n.g: the Ven. Asahel Amos Bresee. Scranton: the Vcn Daniel Web- 
ster Coxe, D.D. 
Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — ^The Rev. Edward Darlington Johnson, the Rev. Gilbiert 
H. Sterling, D.D., the Rev, Stewart U. Mitman, the Rev. James A. Brown. 



PARISHSS AND MISSIONS. 

Alden 

Allentown 

Ashland 

Ashley 

Athens 

Bangor 

Bethlehem 

Birdsboro 

Canton 

Carbondale 

Catasauqua 

Colebrook Furnace 

Colebrook Villsge 

Din{pnan's Ferry 

Dorranceton 

Douglassville 

Drifton 

Dundaff 

Dunmore 

Emaus 

Easton 

Forest City 

Forestville 

Frackville 

Fr^eland 

Girardville 

Great Bend 

Hamlin 

Hazleton 

Hellertown 

Honesdale 

Jermyn , 

Jonestown 

Lansf ord 

Lebanon 



CHVRCUXS AND COMMUNICANTS 



St. Andrew loi . 

Grace 309 . 

Mediator 76 . 

St. Elizabeth 18. 

St. John 91. 

St. John 38. 

Trinity 1 1 1 . 

St. David 25 . 

Trinity 239 . 

St. Michael • i57 • 

St. James 23 . 

Trinity 627. 

St. Stephen 197 . 

Trinity 

St. Luke 

St. John Evangelist.... 27. 
Grace 25. 

St. Gabriel 61. 

St. James 233. 

St. James 10. 

St. Mark 248. 

St. Margaret 19 . 

Trinity 446 . 

Christ 59. 

St. Stephen ^ . . . . 

Christ 81. 

St. James 

St. Paul 9 • 

Grace 75. 

St. Tohn 

St. Peter 342. 

St.' George 28. 

Grace 353- 

St. Jaraes 139. 

St. Mark 11: 

St. Luke 393- 

Trinity 96 . 



George A. Warburton. 
Robert H. Kline. 
James Bowman May. 

John Warnock. 

C Henry L. Jones. 

( Frank Edwin Hayd<^. 
Wiltshire W. Williams. 
John N. Doberstine. 
Marcus Alden Tolman. 

John Clark Dean. 
George C. Graham. 
James Bowman May. 
John Mitchell Page. 

Daniel W. Coxe, D.D. 
(Henry L. Jones, D.D. 
(William Frank Sterrett. 

( Tames Porter Ware. 
) Frank Marshall. 
Samuel Denman Day. 
Richard M. Whitehouse. 

Archibald H. Bradshaw. 
Samuel Denman Day. 
Samuel William Derby. 
William R. Sewell. 
Frank Marshall. 
John Warnock. 
Eugene A. Heim. 
Robert Blickensderfer. 
Malcolm A. Shipley, Jr. 
Francis Macomb Wetherill. 
Albert L. Whittaker. 
Charles Brassington Mee. 
S. G. Morton Montgomery. 
Tohn Mitchell Page. 



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Lehighton .... 
Mahanoy Citr 
Mauch Chunk 



(East) 

Milford 

Minersville 

Montrose , 

Mor^ntown , 

Nanticoke 

New Milford 

Nicholson 

Oakland , 

Olyphant 

Palmerton 

Peckville 

Pen Argyl 

Pittston 

Pleasant Mount 

Plymouth , 

Pottsville (S. Centre St). 

^Fishbach) 

(Mechanicsyille) 

(Market St) , 

Providence 

Reading 



St Qair 

Salem 

Sandy Valley ... 

Sayre 

Schuylkill Haren 



Scranton 

Scranton rHvdc Park) 
(Green Ridge) 



Shenandoah 

Slatinarton 

South Bethlehem 



SorinffviUe . . . 

Sterlinc 

Stroudsbnrsr .. 
Summit Hill . 
Suaquehamia . 
Tamaqua .... 
Towanda .... 

Troy 

Tnnkhannock 
Weatherly ... 
West Pittston 
White Haven 
Wilkes-Bure . 



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CHUBCHBS AMD 
COMMUNICANTS. 



All Saints 

Faith 133.. 

St Mark 378.. 

St John 165.. 

Good Shepherd 88.. 

St. Paul 120.. 

St Paul 135.. 

St Thomas 11.. 

St. Cicorge 114.. 

St. Mark 39 . . 

St James 18.. 

Grace 26., 

St George ' 55 • . 

St. John 42 . . 

St. Paul 112.. 



St. James 130.. 

St Paul 2.. 

St Peter 300.. 

Trinity ] 

St John 857. . 

St Paul :\ ^^ 

The Resurrection . . . , 

St. John II., 

Christ 405.. 

St. Barnabas 390 . . 

St. Luke 92». . 

St Mary 145.. 

Holy Apostles i8x . . 

St. John 14. . 

St David 

Redeemer 236 . . 

St. James 12.. 

St Luke 1,503. 

St David 346 . 

Good Shepherd 402 . 

All Saints 121. 

Christ 22. 

Nativity ] 

St. Mary f-8io. 

St Joseph J • 

Packer Memorial 

St. Andrew 25 . 

Zion 2 . 

Christ 105. 

St Philip 51. 

Christ 

Calvary 119. 

Christ 211, 

St Paul 57. 

St Peter 18. 

Christ IS. 

Trinity 204 . 

St Paul 54. 

Calvary 448 . 

St. Clement 239 . 

St Stephen 792 . 

Trinity 30. 



Asahel Amos Bresee. 
Oscar Peter SteckeL^ 
(Walter Coe Roberts. 
) Asahel Amos Bresee. 
Henry E. A. DurelL 
Daniel Webster Coxe, D.D. 
Samuel William Derby. 
Ernest Wetherill Wood. 
Francis Macomb Wetherill. 
(^orge A. Warburton. 
Eugene A. Hdm. 



Richard M. Whitehouse. 
Frederick Harrison Danker. 
Charles Brassington Mee. 
John N. Doberstine. 
James A. Brown. 
Samuel D. Day. 
John Hall Griffith. 

) Howard W. Diller. 

3 Samuel William Derby. 



Frederick Alex. McMillan. 
Richard Waverley Baxter. 
J Frederick A. MacMillan. 

I Gomer B. Matthews. 
Robert Blickensderfer. 



I 



I William R. Sewell. 

John Robert Atkinson. 
Robert Blickensderfer. 

(Wiltshire W. Williams. 

I William Bartlett Beach. 
John Porter Briggs. 
Frederick Harrison Danker. 

(Gilbert H. Sterling, D.D. 
\ Stewart U. Mitman. 

John Miller. 

Henry Brownlee Smith. 
Joseph Webster .Watts. 

Wallace Martin. 
Edwin A. Gernant 

John Miller. 

Edward D. Johnson. 
Charles Grinnell Cogley. 
Harry Garfield Hartman. 
John Talbot Ward. 
'Henry L. Jones, D.D. 
Frederick Omar Musser. 
John Hall Griffith, 
t Horace Edwin Hayden. 
John Miller. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 

Abbott Benjamin H., Carbondale. I Cruikshank. Harrison. M.D., Philadelphia. 

Brant, Otho, D.D., St Louis, Mo. Decker, William H., off. Empire, Panama. 

Clark, Franklin Jones, Reading, Pa. i 

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Marks, Charles A., South Beach, Conn. 
Mc£lwee, Samuel, ret, fxip North xath 

St., Reading. 
Powers, James F., D.D., Rector Emeritus^ 

Pottsville. 



Pastorius, Henry C, Lansford, Pa. 
Miller, Jonathan W., Frackrille. 
Robbins, Harry E., Philadelphia. 
Roe, Robert £., Alaska. 
Zeilers, George A., Lancaster, Pa. 



DIOCESE OF CALIFORNIA. (A. D. 1850.) 

LiiiiTS. — The folloufing counties of the State of California, San Francisco, Marin, Contra 
Costa, Alameda, San Mateo, Santa Clara, San Benito, Monterey, Santa Ctum, and 
San Luis Obispo. . 

Population (1910), 643,199. Area, 12,824 sq. m. 

Tax Rt. Rxv. William Foao Nichols, D.D., Bishop. (1893O (Assist Bp. 1890.) Office, 
Diocesan House, 12x5 Sacramento St, San Francisco. 

Secretary of the Convention. — The Rev. Mardon Dewees Wilson, 1215 Sacramento St, San 
Francisco. 

Assistant Secretaries. — The Rev. W. R. H. Hodgkin, Berkeley; George H. Hooke, Saa 
Francisco. 

Registrar. — The Rev. William A. Brewer, 12x5 Sacramento St., San Francisco. 

Treasurer. — W. A. M. Van Bokkelen, Room 252, Russ Bldg., Montgomery St, San- 
Francisco. 

Chancellor of Diocese.— -Jzmes P. Langhorne, San Francisco. 

Standing Committee-Clerical, The Rev. John Bakewell, D.D., Pres.; the Rev. Charles 
Newton Lathrop, the Rev. Edward L. Parsons, the Rev. James Wilmer Gresluun. 
Lay, C. D. Haven, L. M. Ringwalt, W. A. M. Van Bokkelen, A. C. Kains. 
HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The Rev. Francis Fletcher held the first services of the Church at Point Reyes, Drake^s 
Bay, about St. John Baptist's Day, June 24, 1579. He was chaplain to Sir Francis 
Drake in his voyage around the world in the Golden Hinde. 

Services were held in San Francisco by the Rev. Augustus Fitch and the Rev. Flavel S. 
Mines on Sunday, July 22, 1849, and the "parish of Holy Trinity Church" organized. 

A "Convention of the Church in California'* was held in San Francisco from July 24 to 
August 2, 1850, with six Clergymen and several lay representatives in attendance. A 
constitution was adopted, and canons were passed. But this action was without sanc- 
tion of the General Convention and Dr. Kip was sent in 1853 &s Missionary Bishop. 
Upon acceeding to the Constitution of the Church in the United States California 
was admitted into Union at the General Convention of 1856 and Dr. Kip was elected 
Diocesan in 1857. ^ 

At the General Convention of 19 10, in Cincinnati, the San Joaquin Valley, comprising 
fourteen counties, was set off as a separate Missionary District. 

First Bishop. — Wiluam Ingraham Kip. Bom, October 3, 181 1. Consecrated, October 
28, 1853. Died, April 7, 1893. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Armitage Orphanage, San Mateo. — Pres., the Bishop. Supt., W. A, Hutton. Chaplain, 

the Rev. Walter H. Cambridge. Treas., Mrs. F. J. Carolan, Burlingame. 
Church Divinity School of the Pacific, San Mateo. — (See Educational Institutions.) 
Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Mrs. Gaillard Stoney, 3294 Jackson Str 

San Francisco. 
Churchmen's Conference. — Pres., R. H. Countryman, San Francisco. 
Community of St. Saviour, Seventh Ave. and Lake St., San Francisco. — Visitor, the 

Bishop. Warden, the Rev. Charles N. Lathrop. 
Daughters of the King. — Diocesan Sec, Mrs. W. C. Morrow, 1234 Jackson St, Saa 

Francisco. 
'Eastman Educational Fund. — Sec, the Rev. Edward L. Parsons, 121 5 Sacramento* 

St, San Francisco. 
Giriy Friendly Society. -^Diocesan Associate for Commended Members, Mrs. Walter B.. 

Jones. '*«6 Eighth Ave., San Francisco. 
Hamlin School for Girls, 2230 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco. — Principal, Miss S. D.. 

Hamlin. 
Hitchcock Military Academy, San Rafael. — Pres., the Rev. Charles Hitchcock. 
Irving Institute (for Girls), 2506 Washington St., San Francisco. — Principal, Miss E. M^ 

Pinkham. Founded by the Rev; Edward B. Church. 
John Tennant Memorial Home, Pacific Grove. — Ses., the Rev. Edward H. Molony* 

Pacific Grove, Cal. 
Maria Kip Orphanage, and Alfred Huttal Nelson Memorial Home, Seventh Ave. and Lakr 

St., San Franctsco.—Ptes., Mrs. Thomas P. Woodward. Matron, Sister Superior^. 

Community of St- .*Navioiir. Chaplain, the "Rev. Charles N. Lathrop. 
Old Ladiey Home, 2148 Golden Gate Ave., San Francisco.—Pres., ex-officio, the Bishop. 

Chaplain, the Rev. Harvey S. Hanson. Matron, Mrs. R. B. Sanchez. 

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S§amen's Institute, San Francisco. — Chaplain, the Rev. Edgar Ealand, 242 Stewart St. 
:i*sters of the Order of the Good Shepherd *n the Vufcese of CaUfomia, Stm Franctsco. — 

Warden, the Rev. 
St, Dorothy s Rest, Camp Meeker, — Chaplain, the Rev. J. O. Lincoln, San Francisco. 
St. Luke's Hospital, Valencia and 2%th Sts., San Francisco, — Pres., C. D. Haven. Supt,, 

Wmiam R. Dorr» M.D. Chaplain, the Rev. Edgar A. Ealand. 
St, Matthew's School if or Boys), Burltngame. — Kector, th^ Rev. William Aufpistas 

Brewer. 
Temporary Diocesan House, — 1215 Sacramento St., San Francisco. 

Fres., Mrs. Louis F. Monteagle, 2516 Pacific Ave., San Francisco. Sec, Mrs. A. LC 

Lawler, San Francisco. 
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Qergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions . . 

Unorganized Missions 

Baptisma 

Confirmed 

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Sunday School Teachers 

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Contributions 



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191 1. 



. 100 


92 


2 




84 


62 


79 


62 


26 


17 


1,082 


854 


798 


774 


10,617 


9,3Sa 


^ 5.854 


520 


5.444 


$260,073 1 


$223,205 



The 62d Annual Convention will meet in St. Mark's Church, Berkeley, January 23, 29 12. 

THE CLERGY. 

GRACE CATHEDRAL {com. 238), SAN FRANCISCO. Sacramento and Taylor Sts. 
Thb Cathedral Chapter. 
Thb BuHor. 
Dean. — ^The Very Rev. James Wilmer Gresham. 
Archdeacon. — The Ven John Abbott Emery. 
Deans of Convocations, — San Francisco: the Rev. W. R. H. Hodgkin; San Jose: the Rev. 

David Charles Gardner. 
Bishop's Examining Chaplains, — ^The Rev. Henry Howitt, the Rev. James Otis Lincoln, 

the Rev. John Bakewell, D.D., the Rev. Herbert Harry Powell, the Rev. James 

Wilmer Gresham. 
Cathedral Staff for Missions.— ^Thc Rev. Douglas Ottinger Kelley, the Rev. Hamilton Lee» 

the Rev. James Otis Lincoln, the Rev. Frank H. Church, the Rev. £. M. W. Hills* 

the Rev. Willie Masten Bours, the Rev. Carlos Shelton Linsley, the Rev. William A. 

MacCIean, the Rev. Cyrus Olney Tillotson, the Rev. Evan G. Davies, the Rev. £. A. 

McGowan, the Rev. James Hulme, the Rev. Hazen Frigby, and fourteen lay readers. 
City Missionary. — The Rev. Willie Masten Bours, 1215 Sacramento St., San Francisco. 



rARISHIS AND MXSSIQIf*. 



Alameda (West) 
Arroyo Grande . 

Bdmont 

Belvedere 

Ben Lomond • • • 

Berkeley 

(North) 

(South) 

(West) 

Boulder Creek .. 
Bttrlingtme . . . . 

Qipitoto'.'.V.'.'.V 



CHURCHBS AMD COMMUNICANTS 



Christ 400. 

Randolph Memorial ... 

St. Barnabas 26 . 

Good Shepherd 32. 

St. Stephen 25. 

St. Andrew 7. 

St. Mark 763. 

St. Clement 75. 

All Souls' Chapel 2x5. 

St. Matthew X02. 

(^od Shepherd 35* 

Grace 8. 

St. Matthew's School.. 24. 

St Paul 

St. John 6. 



Everett Wilson Couper. 

Charles H. L. Chandler. 
The Cathedral Staff. 
The Cathedral Staff. 
The Cathedral Suff. 

1 Edward Lambe Partona. 
W. R. H. Hodgkin. 
Harold Hitchcock Kelley. 
Frederic Augustus Martyr. 
^ R. H. Hodgkin. 
Herbert Harry PowelL 
William Higgs. 
The Cathedral Staff. 



William Augustus Brewer. 

'ge £. Weagant. 
The Oithedral Staff. 



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PAUBHIS AND MIUIOMI. 



•CcntrevillA 



Cliolame 

Concord , 

Corte Madcim 

l>el Moncc 

f ruitvale (Oakland) 

£linhurst < 

Oilrujr 

Hayward ......... 



CHURCHIS AND COMMUIIICANTS 



St. James 36. 

St. Philip 



HoUiater .... 
Homestead . 
Irvington ... 
Jolon 

lUng City ... 
LiTcrmore .. 
Ijottdta. Park 



^artincs . . . 
idenlo Park 
JiUl Valley . 
Jdontercy •• 
Nilct 



Oakland (lath Atc* and E. 
i6tli St) 

(Shattuck Av. n. 50th St.) 



iiath & Macnolia Sta.)... 

(GroTc and Sth Stt.) . . . ; 

(Grand Av. & WeUter St.) 

(Tetegranh ft agth Sta.).. 

Ocean View (San Francisco) 

Pacific GroTS 

Palo Alto 

Parkfield 

Paso Roblet 



Patchen 

Plcyto 

Point Richnumd .••... 

Jledwood Qty 

Ross Valley 

Salinas , 

San Ardo 

San Frandaco (iidi 
near Market) 

(WaUer St nr. 
Ave.) 

(Edinboro St, bet. Brazil 
and Penn Aves.) 

<asth and Potrero StO... 

<Sacramento ft Taylor Sta.) 



St 



Holy Innocents 30 . 

St John 

St Philip 100. 

All Saints aS. 

St Stephen 32. 

Trinity 5^. 

St Luke 30. 

Grace x?. 



St Luke 8. 

St Mark I3* 

Grace aa. 

St Andrew x6. 

St Luke 50. 

Grace 23. 

Trinity 44' 

Our Saviour 35* 

St James 3a. 

Trinity aS* 



Advent aoo. 

Holy Innocents 

St Augustine 

St Andrew 94« 

St John ai6. 

St Paul 500. 

Trinity 37©. 

Transfiguration 

St Mary by the Sea.. 134 • 

All Saints 300. 

9. 

St James 43- 

Christ 3. 



Trinity $6.. 

St Peter 46.. 

St John 71.- 

St Paul iio". 

St Matthew 

Advent aoo . . 

All Saints zsa.. 

Excelsior 

Good Samaritan 160.. 

Grace 338.. 



(Hamilton Lee. 
(William Walker Ande 
The Cathedral Staff. 
The Cathedral Staff. 
Hubert F. C. CarrolL 
Edward Hely Molony. 
Mardon Dewees Wilson. 
The Cathedral Staff. 
W. A. MacClcan, LL.D.» 
(Hamilton Let. 
iWiUiam Walker Andenon* 
W. A. MacClean. 
Walter Harriman C^ambridtack 
WUliam Walker AndersocT^ 
Edward Allen McGowan. 
Edward Allen Mc(3owan. 
The Cathedral Staff. 
George £. Weagant 
W. Marshall Harrison. 
Evan Glandon Davies. 
Austin Brockenbough CUna. 
Henry Howitt. 
James Shannon Mc(jowaa. 
(Hamilton Lee. 
(William Walker Ande 



Jerome Feaster Trivett 

David Richard Wallace. 
Gieorge Charles (Solden. 

Edgar F. Gee. 
Henry Badad Mongea. 
Alexander Allen. 
Richard Franklin Hart 
Clifton Macon. 

The C:athedral Staff. 
Edward Hely Molony. 
David J. Evans. 
The Cathedral Staff. 

(Edward Allen McGiowaii. 

(Hazen Frigby. 

The Cathedral SUff. 
Carlos Shelton Linsley. 
Austin Brockenbough QiiaB. 
Hubert F. C Carroll. 
William Alfred Rimer. 
Edward Allen McCSowan. 

Charles Newton LathrofK 

Harvey Stickney Hanson. 

The Cathedral Staff. 
James Percival Turner. 
The Cathedral Staff. 



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(Fair Oaln St., between 
asth and 36th Sta.) ... 



(Cement St. & 6th Ave.) 
(15th St. near Valencia). 
(Van Ness Av. & Clay St.) 

(Steiner St. and Union).. 
(California St.. near Fill- 
more) 

Cones St. nr. Lombard) 
iFulton St., nr. Webster) 

(Bush and (Sough Sta.) . . 



(Japanese Missiun) 

(Maria Kip Orphanage).. 
(Mission to Insutuuons) . 
(Seamen's Church Inst'te) 
(True Sunshine Mission). 
(Church Divinity School) 



San Jose 



San Luis Obispo 
San Mateo 



(Armitage Orphange) . 
(Homestead) 



San Miguel 
San Rafael , 



SanU CHara 

Santa Cruz 

Saratoga 

Seabri^ht 

Sausalito 

Shandon 

Skyland 

South San Francisco 

Walnut Creek 

Wataonville 



CHURCHBSAMD COMMUNICANTS 



Holy Innocents .170. 

St. Barnabas , 10 . 

Incarnation 75 . 

St. James 141 . 

St. John Evangelist... 268. 
Lu' 



.382. 



St. Luke 

St Mary the Virgin . . 



St. Paul 200 . 

St. Peter 30. 

St Stephen 312. 

Trinity 543.' 



14. 
34. 



43. 



Chapel 27. 

Christ 93 . 

St Andrew 

Trinity 793 . 

St. Stephen 113. 

St Matthew 

St Andrew 60. 

Good Shepherd 10. 

Grace Chapel 47. 

St John 8. 

St Paul 160. 

Hitchcock School 24. 

Holy Saviour . . ., 

Calvary .* 

St John 22 . 



Christ 65. 



• 9. 

Grace 27. 

St Paul 21. 

All Saints 97- 



Francis Clark Murgotten. 
The Cathedral Staff. 
W. Fletcher Cook. 
Samuel James Lee. 
Eugene Huntington Benson. 
j Edward Morgan. 
(Frederick B. Adams Lewis 
Arch Perrin. 

William Edgar Couper. 
Charles Lawrence Mill. 
George H. B. Wright 

Fred'k W. Clampett, D.D. 
Walter Bird Clark- 
David McClure. 

Cathedral Staff. 

Charles N. Lathrop. 

Willie Masten Bours. 

Edgar A. Ealand.* 

Cathedral Staff. 

James Otis Lincoln. 



CHalsey Werlcin, Jr. 
?(Jeorge W. Foote. 
Charles H. L. Chandler. 
(Walter H. Cambridge. 
.(George E. Weagant. 



Edward Allen McGowan. 
Griffen Marshall Cutting. 
Charles Hitchcock. 
Henry Lewis Foote. 
Earl , Hamilton McCoUister. 
The Cathedral Staff. 
Cyrus Olney Tillotson. 
G^eorge Maxwell. 
The Cathedral Staff. 
The Cathedral Staff. 
The Cathedral Staff. 
The Cathedral Staff. 
Charles L. Thackeray. 



NON-PAROailAL. 



Aoki, P^er Choriro, Oakland. 

Bakewell, John, r. em.» Oakland. 

Benham, Caleb, San Francisco. 

Bolton, William Washington, Victoria, B. C. 

Bradley, Ernest B., Bolinas. 

Church, Frank H., miss., San Francisco. 

CSardner, David Charles, Chaplain. Stan* 

ford TTniversitv. 
Gassmann, John G., Alameda. 
Hamilton, William Angus, D.C.L., Mill 

Valley. 
Hills, E. M. W., Corte Madera. 
Hulme, James, Oakland. 
Jenks, (George H., M.D., Oakland. 



Lucas, William, Ben Lomond. 
Mayekawa, Light Shinjiro, San Francisco. 
McAlister, Adam . Armstrong, ChapUdii. 
U. S. Navy, Navy Yard, Mare Island. 
O'Meara, J. Alexander, D.D., in England. 
Ramsay, Hugh A. R., Oakland. 
Reilly, William M.. r. em., San Francisoo. 
Robbins, J. (Harke, Bridgeton, N. J. 
Ross, Henry Phipps, Canada. 
Saito, P. S., San Francisco. 
Sowerbutts, Crompton, in England. 
Williams, F. G., Honolulu. 
Yoshimura, James D., Japan. 
Young, Walter (Hiing, C^tnton, China. 
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DIOCESE OF CENTRAL NEW YORK. (A. D. 186S.) 

Limits. — Tke counties of Broomo, Coyngu, Chemung, Chenango, Cortland, Jeffeream, 
Lewis, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego, Seneca, Tioga, and Tompkins. 

Population (1900), 8$o»63i. Area, ii»6oi aq. m. 

The Rt. Rev. Charles Tyler Olmsted, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L., Bishop. (1904.) Residence, 
159 I*ark Ave., Utica, N. Y. 

Secretary of Convention. — The Rev. James Winslow Clarke, Utica. 

Assistant Secretary. — The Rev. Almon A. Jaynes, Syracuse. 

Registrar. — 

Treasurer. — Frank L; Lyman, Syracuse. 

Chancellor. — ^The Hon. Charles Andrews, Syracuse. 

Standing Commiilee. — Clerical, the Rev. W. DeL. Wilson, Syracuse, Pres.; the Rev. 
Edward Huntington Coley, Utica, Sec; the Rev. Karl Schwartz, the Rev. Robert 
M. Duff, D.D. Lay, Edgar C. Emerson, John R. Van Wagenen, George T. Jack, 
William D. Dunning. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The earliest services of the Church within its limits were by the Rev. Robert G. Wetmorc, 
in 1798, at Utica and other places. He was itinerant Missionary in a wide Circuit 
The first parish. Trinity Church, Utica, took permanent shape under his successor, 
the Rev. Philander Chase. Upon the memorial of the Diocese of Western New York, 
consent was given by the General Convention at its session in the City of New /ork, 
in October, 1868, to a division of the Dioqese. The Primary Convention was held in 
Calvary Church, Utica, on November 11, 1868, at which the Rev. Dr. Abram N. 
Littlejohn, Rector of the Church of the Holy Trinity, Brooklyn, N. Y., was elected. 
Upon his declination, at a special Convention, the Rev. Dr. Frederic Dan Huntington 
was elected. The Rev. Dr. Charles T. Olmstead was consecrated Bishop Coadjutor 
October 2, 190a, and on the death of Bishop Huntington became Diocesan. 

First Bishop, — Frederic Dan Huntington. Born, May 28, 1819. Consecrated, April 8, 
1869. Died, July xi, X904. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church League of the Baptised, — Diocesan Sec, Miss Mary R. Evans, 7x6 N. Madison 
St., Rome. 

Church Periodical Club. ^-Diocesan Correspondent, Miss M. E. Wood, 300 N. Washington 
St., Rome. ' 

Churchmen's Club of Syracuse. — Pres,, George C. Cotton, Fairmount, Syracuse. Sec^ 
Paul M. Paine, 136 S. Genesee St, Syracuse. 

Daughters of the King. — Diocesan Sec, Miss Frances White, 207 W. Mill St, Ithaca. 

Girls' Friendly Society,— Pres., Miss Mary Elizabeth Beach, Oneida. 

House of the Good Shepherd, Binghamton,—A Home for Old Ladiet. Pres. Board #/ 
Managers, Mrs. C L. Case. Matron, Mrs. Sarah Adams. 

House of the Good Shepherd, Utica, — [Incorp. 1873.] For Destitute and Friendless 
Children. Chaplain, the Rev. J. W. Clarke. 

St. John's Military School, Mofi/tW.— [Founded 1869.] Supt., Adi.-Gen. W. Verbeck.^ 
ChapUnn, the Rev. Charles Hamilton McKnight Digitized by Vjv^v^glV^ 



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St, Luke's Home and Hotpitai, t7*«tfo.--[Orgamxed and Incorp. 1869.] Houst Pkysiciam, 

Frederick R. Ford» M.D. Chaplain, the Rector of Grace Church. 
Shelter for Unprotected Girls, Syracuse.—ilncorp, X878.I Matron, MiM A. A. KendalL 
Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan BrcncA.— [Organized Sept, 187S.I Annual meeting in 

May. Sec, Mrs. Edmund S. Goodale, 263 Clinton St, Watertown, N. Y. 
Junior Department,— Supt., Mrs. F, B. Catton, 5 Chestnut St., Auburn. 



STATtBTXCa. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

CJnorganized Missions 

Baptianis 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions > 



I9I0. 


X911. 


Ill 


X14 


a 


2 


145 


148 


115 


114 


• SO 


47 


1,35a 


1.396 


1, 105 


i»ii5 


33.656 


^3,906 


^945 


966 


8.632 


$346^096 


$310,153 



The 44th Annual Convention will meet in May, X9ia» when and where the Bishop ahaU 

appoint. 

THE CLERGY. 

Thb BisHor. 

Archdeacon,— Tht Ven. William Cooke. 45 Eagle St, Utica. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains,—The Rev. Herbert G. Coddington, D.D., the Rev. W. 
DeL. Wilson, D.D., the Rev. A. R. B. Hegeman, the Rev. William Martin Beau- 
champ, D.D., the Rev. Octavius Applegate, the Rev. William Bours Clarke, the Rev. 
Percy T. Olton. 

Deans of Convocation. — ^The Rev. Francis W. Eason, the Rev. James K. Parker, the Rev. 
Adrian R. B. Hegeman, the Rev. John T. Rose, the Rev. William Bours Qarke. 



rAKXSBBS AMD MXiatONI. 



Adams 

Afton 

Alexandria Bay 

Altmar 

Antwerp • •••••• 

Anbttm 

Augusta .••••••••••■•••••• 

AustMra ••••••.•..••••■••.• 

Bainhridge •• 

Baldwfiitvllk 

Big Plata ••••••••• 

Bina^amtonOVaahiiigton St) 

(OmkUs Ave.) 

(Main ft Oak Sta.) 

Black River 



CHUaCHBB AMD 
OOMMUMXCANTa. 



Emmanuel 127.. 

St Ann 71. . 

St Lawrence 29 . . 

St John 60.. 

St Paul 21.. 

St John 245.. 

St Peter 815.. 

St Andrew X4.. 

St Paul 28.. 

St Peter X35.. 

Grace xji.. 

St John 46.. 

Christ 706.. 

Good Shepherd 187.. 

Trinity 508. . 

St. John 20Digfti 



William A. Braithwaite. 
Luther Leslie Weller. 

George Dart Ashley. 

Guy Pomeroy Burleson. 
Norton T. Houser. 
William Albert Nichols. 
William Curtis White. 
Luther LesUe WeUer. 
James Malcolm-Smith. 
McC. Brown. 
Francis Yamall. 
Henr^r Capen Staunton. 
(Adrian R. B. Hegeman. 
1 W. Frank Allen. 
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FAmXSRU AMD Miiatovi. 



CHUICHBS AHD 
COMMUNICANTS. 



-Boonville 

Bridsewater .... 

Brookfield 

BrownviUe 

Camden , 

Canastota 

•Candor 

•Cape Vincent.... 

Carthage 

Cayuga 

Caaenoria 

Chadwickt 

Champion 

Chenanga Forks. 



Clark's 

Clayton 

Clayville 

Cleveland 

Clinton 

Conatableritle .. 
ConatantU ,,,., 
Copenhagen . • . , 

Cortland , 

Deerfidd 

Dexter 

Dryden 

Dnrham'vine . . . 

EarlTille , 

East Onondaga 

Ellishnrgli 

Elmira 



(Heights) 
Endicott . . . 



Evans' Mills 

Fayette 

FayetteTJlle .«.. 

Forestport , 

Fredericks , 

Fnlton 

Glen Park 

Great Bend 

Greene •••....•.. .•..< 

Greig 

Groton 

Guilford 

Hamilton ......i 

narpursvlHe .......... 

Hayt's Comers (Orid) 

Holland Patent 

nonier ...........•••« 

Horseh e ads 

Interlaken , 

Ithaca 

Jamesville 

Jordan 

Kendaia , 

Kidders 

King Ferry 

Lacona «••••••••. 

Lafarfevillt ••••, 

Lowrflle 

Manhns 

Marathon , 

Marcellns .•«. 

MrPmiongh 



I Trinity 68. 

{Christ 9- 

St. Timothy 14. 

St. Paul 71. 

Trinity 80. 

Trinity 44. 

St. Mark 50. 

St. John ., 251. 

Grace 237. 

St. Luke 21 . 

St. Peter 136. 

St. George 84., 

St. John 12. 

St. John 32. 

St. Paul 29. 

St. Mark 126. 

Christ 88. 

St. John 6. 

St. James 87 . . 

St. James 159 • 

St. Paul % ss., 

Trinity 13., 

Grace 27,, 

Grace 3^5 •■ 

St. Paul 25.. 

All Saints 41.. 

Trinity 13., 

St. Andrew 71.. 

Grace « . . 34 . . 

St. Andrew 20 . . 

Christ 6.. 

Emmanuel 147 . . 

Grace 490.. 

Trinity , 500.. 

St. John 117.. 

St Paul 25.. 



St. Andrew 36. 

Trinity .' .' .* " .' .' .* .' .* .' .' .' .* *. 168 . 

Christ 33 . 

St. Paul 7. 

Zion 296 . 

Clin Memorial 38 . 

Trinity 17. 

Zion .249 . 

Trinity 34. 

St. Ambrose 20 . , 

Christ 148. 

St. Thomas 74 . , 

St. Luke 63., 

Calvary 18.. 

St. Paul 57.. 

Calvary 82 . . 

St. Matthew 91.. 

St. John 27.. 

St. John 566.. 

St. Mark 16.. 

Christ 75 , . 

St. Andrew 19 . . 

All Saints 2.. 

Calvary 7 . . 

Emmanuel a9 . . 

St Paul 45.. 

Trinity 162,, 

Christ 63.. 

S^ John 35.. 

St John X87.. 

Calvary 34.. 



Francis Curtis Smith. 



George Alexander Perry. 
George Dart Ashley. 
James Charles Munson. 
John Henry Wilson.* 
Walter Eari Cook. 
Frederick W. Feary. 
William fl. Casey. 
John T. Rose. 

George E. Edgar. 
Chenango Co. Missionary. 
James Charles Munson. 

William H. Hutchinson. 

Thomas SUfFord. 
Howard W. Crydenwise. 
Harry Beal. 
George C. Wadsworth. 
George E. Edgar. 
Warren Wade Way. 
James Tones Bnrd. 
Grant P. Sommerville» D.D. 
Warren Wade Way. 
William Russell McKim. 
Christopher Jojin Lambert. 
Ray Wootton. 
William A. BraithWaitc. 
Norman Smith fioardman. 
Arthur Belding Rudd. 
Herbert Leslie Hannah. 
McC. Brown. 
(Adrian R. B. Hegeman. 
IW. Frank Allen. 

William Burch Rogers. 
Francis Curtis Smith. 
William A. Braithwaite. 
George C. Wadsworth. 
1 David Crosby Huntington, 
j Albert J. Phillips. 
Percy Trafford Olton. 
Harry Beal. 
Warren Wade Way. 
Henry William Little. 
Alexander H. Rogers, D.D. 

Charies W. MacNish. 
Edward Carleton Hoskins. 
Albert Broadhurst 
McC. Brown. 
Charies W. MacNish. 
Henry Pomery Horton. 
William Burch Rogers. 
Burnett Theo. Stafford. 
William Bours Clarke. 
Henry Elisha Hubbard. 
William Curtis White. 

William H. Hutchinson. 

George Gnstams Perriae. 
Warren Wade Way. 
Edward Burdick Doolittlc. 
Chenango Co. Missionary. 

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rAUtHBS AHO MIMXOlll. 



McLean 
MempliM 
Mexico . 
MiUport 
Moravia 
Mount U] 
New Berl 
New Hartford 

New York MUls 

Norwich 

Oneida 

Onondaga Castle 

Oriskany 

OrUkany Falls 

Oswego 

Owego 

Oxford 

Paris Hill 

Phoenix 

Pierrepont Manor 

Port Byron 

Port Leyden 

Pulaski 

Redfield 

Redwood 

Rome 

Romulus 

Sackctts Harbor 

Seneca Falls 

Sherburne 

Skaneateles 

Slaterville Springs 

Smithboro 

Speedsville 

Spencer 

Syracuse (So. Salina St.).. 
(Beecher & HyUnd Sts.) 
(University Ave. ft Mad- 
ison St.) 

(Grape & Van Buren Stsl) 
(St. Mark's Square, 
Bridge St.)............ 

(Montgomery ft £. Fay- 
ette Sts.) 

(Tames St) 

fe> ::::::::::::::::: 

Theresa 

Trenton 

Trumansburgh 

Union Springs 

Utica (Howard Ave. ft 
South St.) 

(Genesefe ft Elizabeth 
Sts.) 

(Bleecker St.) 

(Faxton St.) 

(State St) 

r 



CHUmCBBi AKO 
COMMUNICANT!. 



Zion 9 

Emmanuel 33 

Grace 41 

St. Mark 100 

St Matthew 184 

Grace 8 

St Andrew ..., 182 

St Stephen i68 

St James 33 

Emmanuel 285 

St John 418 

Good Shepherd 93 

St Peter 65 

(Jood Shepherd 69 

Christ 629 

The Evangelists 300 

St Paul 195 

St Paul 262 

St Paul 48 

St John 69 

Zion 16 

St Paul 26 

St Mark 49 

St James 69 

Emmanuel x5 

St Peter 37 

Zion 473 

St Joseph 260 

St Stephen 48 

Christ 92 

Trinity 385 

Christ 116 

St James 250 

St Thomas 

Emmanuel i < 

St John 8 

St John 14 

All Saints 374 

Calvary 386 

Grace 382 

St Andrew 18 

St John the Divine... 410 

St Mark 330 

St Paul ....795 

St Philip 78 

Our Saviour 3^7 

Trinity ...SU 

Emmanuel 56 

St James 32 

St Paul 20 

Epiphany 75 

Grace 29 

Calvary 619 

Grace 611 

Holy Cross 313 

St. Andrew 242 

St Gfeorge 178 



Albert Broadhurst. 
Burnett Theo. Stafford, 
Hamilton D. B. McNeil. 
Norman Smith Boardmaa. 
Wm. Sutherland Stevens. 
Henry William Little. 
Wilson Edward Tanner. 
Fred'k Solomon Eastman. 
Josiah Otis Ward. 
Harrison W. Foreman. 
William Russell McKim. 
William Doane Manross. 
Josiah Otis Ward. 
William Albert Nichols. 
Richmond Herbert Gesner. 

Sidnev Winter. 
Theodore Haydn. 
John Bartlett Wicks. 

Walter Emerson Jones. 
Anson J. Brockway. 
Norton T. Houser. 
Harry Bcal. 
Hamilton D. B. McNeil. 

Lucien Adelbert Davison. 

Arthur Lester Byron-Curtia. 
William Bours Clarke. 
Grant P. Sommerville, D.D. 
William Bours Clarke. 
Christopher John Lambert. 
Frank Nash Westcott 

Charles Tefft Raynor. 

John Henry Wilson.* 
Kozelle Jones Phillips. 
Walter Emerson Jones. 

Herbert G. O>ddington, D.D. 

Ray Wootton. 

Ivan M. Merliiijones, D.D. 

Wm. DeLancey Wlson. D.D 

James Empringham. 
Herbert G. Coddington, D.I>. 

Karl Schwartz. 
Almon A. Jayncs. 
Ray Wootton. 

Lucien Adelbert Davison. 
Edward Carleton Hoskins. 
Walter Abac Render. 
William H. Casey. 

Edward Huntington Coley. 

iOctavius Applcgate. 
Frank Jacob Knapp. 
ames Jones Burd. 
ames Winslow Clarke, 
esse Higgins. 



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PABUBBS AHO MISSIONS. 



Utica — 

West (Colnmbb St) 
West (Broad St.)... 

Van £tten 

Waraer 

Waterloo 

Watertown 

Watenriile '..'.V.V.'.".'.' ! 

Waverly 

Weedsport . • 

WeUsburg 

Westmoreland 

Whitesboro 

Whitney's Point 

Willard 

WiUowdale 

Windsor 



CHUaCHn AN» 
COMMUNICANTS. 



St. Luke 205. 

Trinity 300. 

St. Thomas 34. 

St. Paul 37. 

St. Paul 646. 

St. Paul 355. 

Redeemer 389 . 

Trinity 1,012. 

Grace 253. 

Grace 114. 

St John 10. 

Christ i8. 

Gethsemane 29 . 

St. John 195. 

Grace 40 . 

Christ 90. 

Grace 40 . 

Zion 39. 



ft 



Angus McKay Porter. 

, George C. Groves. 

ohn Uenry Wilson.* 

ames Malcolm-Smith. 

~!enr^ Elisha Hubbard. 

( David Crosby Huntington. 
lAlbert/. Phillips. 
George Alexander Perry. 

(Francis William Eason. 

(Romeo Gould. 
James Kellogg Parker. 
Charles Tefft«Raynor. 
Burnett Thco. Stafford. 
Charles Tefft Ravnor. 
Asher Joseph Scnrader. 
Asher Joseph Schrader. 
Albert Broadhurst. 
Charles W. MacNish. 

E. C. Hoskins. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Ackerman, Howard C, Nashotah, Wis. 

Allen, Albert W. Rome. 

Babcock, Charles, Cornell University, 
Ithaca. 

Beauchamp, William Martin, D.D., Syra- 
cuse. 

Brown, Henry Martyn, East Aurora, Erie 

Coj. N. y. 

Bull, Clarence A., Binghamton. 
Cooke, William, arch-d., Utica. 
Crooks, EngUsh, West New Brighton, N.Y. 
Cusick, Albert, Onondaga Indian Reserva- 
tion. 
Daly, Daniel, Lacona. 
Duff, Robert M.. D.D., Norwich. 
Egar, John H., D.D., Milwaukee. 
Harding, John R., Sec. Miss. Dept., Utica. 
Hayward, William S., Syracuse. 



Hudson. Robert, Syracuse. 

Kelly, Thomas S., Clark's Mills. 
Kingman, Oliver, Cambridge^ Mass. 
Kirkland, George H., Bainbndge. 
LaRochc, J. Henry, D.D.y Binghamton. 
Masse, Edgar F. H. J.; Brooklyn, N. Y. 
McKnight, Charles H., ch., Manlius. 
Mundy, Ezekiel Wilson, Svracuse. 
Ormsbec, Albert Hall, Schenectady. 
Raymond, William Wirt, Baldwinsville, 

Rose, John T., Paris, France. 

Smith, Chester M., Baltimore, Md. 

Staunton, John A., Utica. 

Stevenson, Thomas A., Constableville. 

Tindell, Charles H., Waverly, Mass. 

Whipple, Benaiah £., Altmar. 

Whiting. Nathan F.. D.D.. Cape Vincent. 



DIOCESE OF CHICAGO. (A. D. 1835) 

Limits. — All that portion of the Statt of Illinou lying north of the counties of Rock 
Island. Henry, and Bureau, east of Illinois River, and north of the counties of Taee* 
well, McLean, Champaign, and Vermilion. 

Population (1900), 2,650,215. Area, 15,057 sq. m. 

Thx Rt. Rev. Chaklbs Palmerston Anderso^t, D.D., LL.D., Bishop. (1900.) Residence, 
16 1 2 Prairie Ave., Chicago. 

The Rt. Rev. William Edward Toll, Bishop Suffragan-Elect. Residence, 1538 Sherwin 
Ave., Chics^o. 

Secretary of Convention. — The Rev. Luther Pardee, 5001 Washington Ave., Chicago. 

Assistant Secretary. — The Rev. Erie H. Merriman, Hinsdale, 111. 

Registrar, — The Rev. Francis Joseph Hall, D.D., 2731 Park Ave., Chicago. 

Standing Committee, -^Clerical, the Rev. Duane Seneca Phillips, D.D., Pres,; the Rer. 
John Herbert Edwards, the Rev. Peter Clark Wolcott, D.D., Sec. Lay, William 
Ritchie, John H. Chew, M.D., G. H. Webster. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The earliest service in Chicago was held by the Rev. Isaac W. Hallam of Connecticut, in 
1834- 

A Convention held at Peoria on March 8, iSsSi organized the Diocese of Illinois. There 
were then five Clergymen in the State. The Rt. Rev. Dr. Philander Chase, who had 
resigned Ohio, was elected Bishop. The election was approved by the General Con- 
vention of 1835 and the Diocese admitted into union. 

Upon application to the General Convention of 1883 the name was changed to Chicago. 



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First Bishop.— PaihASotM. Chask. Bom, December 14, 1775. Consecrated Bishop ot 
Ohio, i^ebruary 11, 18x9. Transtatsd to ilUnois, x»35. U%od, September ao, 1852. 

Sscond Bishop. — Usnry John Wuitkhousx. Born, August 19, 1803. Consecrated, Mo- 
vember 10, 1851. Die a, August 10, 1874. 

Third Bishop,^^Vi/lLLiAU £dwaro McLasxn. Born, December 13, 1831. Consecratea, 
December 8, 1875. Died, February 19, X905. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Board of Missions.—The Bishop. Pres. The Rev. William Edward Toll, Sec. F. F. Ains- 

worth, Treas., 629 South Wabash Ave., Chicago. 
Brotherhood of St. Andrew. — Pres. Local Assembly, E. H. Stroud« 55 W. Kinzie St^ 

Chicago. Sec, T. H. Trenholm, 1203 Ainslee St., Chicago. 
Chicago Homes for Boys. — Visitor, the Bishop. Director, the Rev. Joseph J. Bowker. 

liome, 1500-10 West Adams St. 
Chicago Prayer Book Society. — Treas., Charles A. Street. Office, 5x0 Masonic .Temple. 
Church Club, 510 Masonic Temple.— Pres., C. F. Folds, 1228 N. Stote St., Chicago. Sec, 

J. H. Emerson, 4339 Forrestville Ave., Chicago. Treas., J. A. Rushton, 217 La. SaUe 

St., Chicago. 
Church Home for Aged Persons, 4325 ElHs Ave., Chicago. — The Rt Rev. The Bishop, 

Pres. Treas., F. F. Ainsworth, 6295 Wabash Ave., Chicago. Chaplain, the Rev. Gil- 
bert W. Laidlaw. 
Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Mrs. Robert A, MacArthur, 131 2 Astor 

St., Chicago. 
Daughters of the King. — Diocesan Sec, Miss Janet B. Irwin, 2607 N. Western Ave.^ 

Chicago. 
Girls' Friendly Society, Diocesan Branch. — Pres., Mrs. R. B. Gregory, 1638 Prairie Avc.^ 

Chicago. Sec, Mrs. W. H. Bond, 530 East 36th St. 
St. Luke's Hospital, 1431-47 Indiana Ave. — Visitor, the Bishop. Supt., L. R. Curtis^ 

Chaplain, the Rev. George Deming Wright. 
St. Luke's Hospitat fratmng School for Plurses, 1426-X436 Indiana Ave. Miss M. £> 

Johnstone, Directress. 
St. Mary's Home for Children, 2^22 Jackson Boulevard. — Under the charge of the Sisters 

of St. Mary. Sister Superior, Sister Frances. Chaplain, the Rev. M. B. Stewart- 
St, Mary's Mission House, 850 iVashtngton Boulevard. Under the charge of the Sistecs 

of St Mary. Sister Jeannette, Sister in Charge. Chaplain, the Rev. M. B. Stewart 
Society for Relief of Aged and Infirm Clergymen. — Patron, the Bishop. Pres., Henry 

£. Bullock, 549 Deming PL, Chicago. Sec and Treas., Mrs. L. B. Hibbard, 170^ 

Prairie Ave., Chicago. 
Society tor the Hehef of IVidows and Orphans of Clergy in the Diocese of Chicago.— 

Charles L. Raymond, Pres.; Mrs. Lydia B. Hibbard, 1701 Prairie Ave., Chicago, Sec. 
Trustees of Endowment Fund. — Pres., William J. Bryson. Sec, W. E. TolL 510 Masonic 

Temple, Chicago. Treas., George P. Hoover, Harris Trust & Savings Bank, Chicago. 
Waterman Hall, Vtocesan School for Girls, Sycamore, lU. — The Bishop of Chicago, Pres. 

The Rev. Benjamin Frank Fleetwood, H.D., Rector. 
Western Theological Seminary, 2726 Washington Boulevard. — (See Educational Institu- 
tions.) 
Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized October, 1884*] Annual meeting; day 

after Diocesan Convention. Semi-annual, October. Cor. Sec, Mrs. J. J. MacDennid, 

4032 Ellis Ave., Chicago. 
Junior Department. — Cor. Sec, Mrs. J. K. Lewis, 13 13 Maple Ave., Evanston. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

Unorganized Chapels 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



I9IO. 


1911. 


120 


127 


I 


6 


110 


110 


102 


141 


17 


II 


1,980 


2,015 


1,665 


1,564 


28,682 


29,096 


i»355 


1.443 


10.743 


11,781 


$736,134 


$750,000* 



•Estimated. 
The 73d Annual Convention will be held in the Cathedral, Chicago, May 23, 191 1. 

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THE CLERGY. 

CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF SS. PETER AND PAUL (cam. 304). CHICAGO. 
(Washingtoii Boulevard and Peona St.) 
Thb BuHor. 
I?^an, — ^The Very Rev. Walter Taylor Sumner. 

5?J^^-;;7'^c£r?r-Th?'5ev^^ Morrison.- the Rev. Charles Arthur Cum- 

K..S'S?in?^Nor^h^rS^t?eTev^ W^^^^ ™^^Sr^^«^^.% ^^ ""^^ 

Seneca PhiUips. D.D.; Northern: the Rev. Ben amin Frank Fl««Jwooi^I>-P- «^_. 

£jr«^wS?aE^/«ii*.-The Rev. Peter Clark Wolcott. D.D., the Rev. fheodore Bogert 
Foster, the Rev. Charles Herbert Young. 

City MissionarUs,— The Cathedral Oergy. ^_____ 



'FABISHBS AND MXaUOWI. 



Alsonquin 
Amboy . . . 
Aurora ... 
Batmvim . . 
Belvidere < 
Berwsm ... 



N. 



Blue Island 

Chicago: 

CLogan Boulevard and 
Francisco Ave.) 

(1439 Wabash Ave.) 

(Indiana Av. & xiith St.) 

(4556 N. Hermitage Ave., 
Rai 



CHUBCHM AMD 
COMMUmCAVTI. 



St. John 13. 

St. Thomas i7- 

Trinity 334- 

Calvary 107 . 

Trinity 108. 

St. Michael and AU 
Angels 104. 



avenswood) 



<78i4 Lowe Ave.) 

(S. £. cor. La Salle Ave. 

and Elm St.) 

(Kenmore & Ardmore 

Avea.) ..• 

(3164 W. Monroe St.).... 
(65th St. c. Woodlawn Av.) 



Boul, 



(Ashland 

Adams) 

(Lawndale Av. & 34th St) 

<x43o Wabash Ave.) 

(55th and Halsted Sts.).. 



<Union Ave. & 47th St.) . . 

(5845 S. Morgan St.) 

(Parnell Ave. bet. looth 
& loist Sts.) Femwood 

(Morgan Park) 

(530 Fullcrton Ave.) 

(56th and Washington 
Ave.) 

(4338 Prairie Ave.) 

(Norwood Park) 

(Washington Boul. and 
Robey St.) 

(Kimbell & McLean Avs.> 

(845 Sedgwick St.) 

(4237 Washington Boul.) . 

(N. Norman Parkway & 
Stewart Ave.) 

( 1 424 Dearborn Ave. ) . . . . 

(5831 Indiana St.) 

(62d St. & St Louis Ave.) 

(76th St c. Drexel Ave., 
Grand Crossing) 

<S. E. cor. Cass and Hu- 
ron Sts.) 



i Advent 3^9 • ■ 

All Angels (Df, Mutes) 75- 
All Saints Mission ....146.. 

All Saints 385.. 

Annunciation 116.. 

Ascension 30a.. 

Atonement 470 • . 

Calvary 203.. 

Christ 970»« 



Epiphany 900 . 

Good Shepherd 215. 

Grace 9S0* 

Holy Cross 107. 

Holy Nativity 138 . 

Holy Trinity 65 . 

Immanuel (Swedes) ..86. 

Incarnation 61. 

Mediator 191 • 

Our Saviour 560 , 

Redeemer 500 . 

St. Alban 264. 

St. Alban Mission 29 . 

St. Andrev/ 610. 

St. Ann 156. 

St. Ansgarius 750 . 

St. Barnabas 352. 

St. Bartholomew 920 . 

St. Chrysostom 300. 

St. Edmund 210. 

St Elizabeth 71. 

St. George 255. 

St. James 982. 



J. C. Ingham. 

Frank Erwin Brandt 
Henry Grattan Moore. 



Charles Edgar Taylor. 
Thomas Newman HarrowelL 



Annesley Thomas Young. 
George Frederick Flick. 
George Forsey. 

Aug. H. Wells Anderson. 
Arnold Lutton. 

William Brewster Stoskopf. 

Chas. Ephraim Deuel, D.D. 
George Merrill Babcock. 

(Charles Herbert Young. 

fjohn McClurkin. 

(Franklyn Cole Sherman. 

\ Jay Claud Black. 
William Alfred Gustin. 
William Otis Waters, D.D. 

(George Deming Wright. 

I Edmund J. M. Nutter. 
Thomas Newman HarrowelL 
Walter Shoenmaker Pond. 
Carl August Nybladh. 

Arnold Lutton. 
Albert Edward Selcer. 
John Herbert Edwards. 

(John Henry Hopkins, D.D. 

} (George Robert Hewlett 
Charles Kenneth Thomson. 
Charles David Atwell. 

Eli Croft Gear. 
Floyd Erwin Bernard, 
rbarles G. H. Lindskog. 
Edwin Jarvis Randall. 

Harold W. Schniewind. 
Norman Orlando Hntton. 
John Bradford Pengelly. 
Carl August Nybladh. 

Lee Maltbic Dean. 
(James Samuel Stone, D.D. 
I David Arnold Schaefer. 



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rARISHBS AHO MitflOiri. 



Chicago: 

(Rees & Vine Stt.) 

(Bjron ft N. 44tli Atc) . . 
(laitt St. ft Efn^lctton Ay. 

(West PtUfian) 

Cpad St. ft Hotttton Ave.) 

(743 Western Ave.) 

(1430 Indiana Ave.) ..... 

(7439 Coles Ave.) 

CCbttage Grove Ave. cor. 

36tli St.) 



(WaUer Ave. ft Midway 
Park, Austin) 

(Hunt Ave. nr. Clark).... 
(Madison Ave. & 50th St) 

(Belmont Ave. nr. Evans- 
ton Ave.) 



(3555 Hamilton Ave.) .... 
(Leland and Pemberton 

Aves.) 

(Chicago & Hamlin Aves.) 
rWabash Ave. & 38th St.) 
(335 E. 4^d St n. Ck»ttage 

Grove Ave.) 

(Michigan Ave., s. e, cor. 
36th St) 

ChicBgo Heights 

DeKalb 

Dixon 

Downers Cvrove 

Dundee 

Elgin 

Elmhurst 

El Paso 

Evanston ■, 



(North) .... 

Fairbury 

Farm Ridge ... 

Freeport 

Gkdena 

(xeneva 

Glencoe 

Glen Ellvn 

Grand Detour 
Gray's Lake . . 

Harvard 

Harvey 

Highland Park 

Hinsdale 

Joliet 



Kankakee , 

Kenilworth 

La Grr"ge 

La Salle 

Lake Forest 

Libertyville 

Lockport 

Marseilles 

Manhattan 

Maywood , 

Momence 

Morrison , 

Morton Park (Chicago) 
Naperville 



CHICAGO. 



CHyaCHISAMn OOHMUiriCANTS 



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St. John Evangelist. ..I as. 

St John 29a. 

St Joseph 9a. 

St. Jude 40 . 

St Luke X43 . 

St Luke's Hospital ... 50 . 
St. Margaret , 201 . 

St Mark 655. 

St Mary's Home 44. 

St. Martin 496 . 

St Paul by the Lake.. 3 02. 
St Paul 921. 



St Peter 1,810.. 

St Philip 192.. 

St. Simon 507.. 

St. Timothy 90 . . 

St. Thomas 805 . . 

Transfiguration 224 . , 

Trinity 350.. 

St. Ambrose 70 . . 

St Paul 66.. 

St. Luke 157.. 

St. Andrew 1 04 . . 

St. James 130.. 

Redeemer 259 . . 

Chapel ss.. 

St. Andrew 21.. 

St Luke 827.. 

St. Mark 471 •■ 

St Matthew 148.. 

St. Matthias .., 15., 

St. Andrew 39 . . 

Grace i54-. 

Grace 153.. 

St Mark 48.. 

St Elisabeth 121.. 

St Mark 85.. 

St Peter 6., 



Christ 87. 

St. Clement . , . . ; 15. 

Trinity 250 . 

Grace 215. 

Christ 430 . 

Holy Comforter 44. 

St. Paul 445 . 

Holy Comforter 131. 

Emmanuel 375 . 

St Paul 26. 

Holy Spirit 197 . 

St. Laurence 47 . 

St. John 69 . 



St Paul 40. 

Holy Communion .... 186. 

Good Shepherd 162 . 

St. Ann 27. 

St Mary 19. 

St. John 74 . 



Norman Orlando Hutton. 
Howard Elwood Ganster. 
(Jeorge Forsey. 

Walter S. Pond. 
Harry Loder Cawthome. 
(George Deming Wright 
Hugh James Spencer. 

William White Wilson. 
Marshall Boyer Stewart. 

R. H. Fortescue Gairdxter^ 
Gilbert William Laidlaw. 
Herman Page, D.D. 

r William Carson Shaw. 
•{ Arthur H. Beatty. 
I Arthur W. KierulflF. 
Walter Howard Moore. 

Herbert Britton Gwyn. 

Merton Cyrus Andrews. 
Joshua Bowden Massiah. 



fjohn Moore McGann. 

( David Henry Weeks. 
Frank E. Wilson. 
Walter Blats Williams. 
Albert Bertrand Whitcombe. 
George Davis Adams. 
J. C. Ingham. 

William J. Bed ford- Jones. 
Herbert Willismi Prince. 
George Everett Young. 

(George Craig Stewart. 

i Harry Briggs Heald. 
Harry Sherman Longley. 

Albert Leonard Murray. 

William Donald McLean. 
Frederick Joseph Bate. 
Samuel Johnson Yundt 
Henry Grattan Moore. 
(Jeorge Randolph Arnold. 
Herbert William Prince. 
Albert Bertrand Whitcombe. 

Richard S. Hannah.* 
Frank Elmer Wilson. 
P%ter Clark Wolcott, D.D. 
Erie Homer Merriman. 
Thomas DeWitt Tanner. 

John Donald McLsuchlan. 
Earl Reginald Williams. 
Theodore Bogert Foster. 
Frederick Sydney Fleming. 
Albert Glenn Richards. 
Albert Glenn Richards. 

George William Farrar. 

William Croscombe Way. 
Thomas Christopher Eglin. 
William Omer Butler. 
Walter Taylor Sumner. 
George Davis Adams. 



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PAKXSHBS AKO MISSIOMS. 



New Lenox .... 
Oak Park 

Ottawa' V.V.V.'.V 
Park Ridge .... 

Pontiac 

Riverside 

RocheUe 

Rockford 

SaTanna 

Sterling 

Streator 

Sycamore 

Wankegan 

Western Springs 

Wheaton 

Wilmette 

Wtnnetka 



cauBCBfi AMD 

COMMaNtCAMTt. 

Grace aa. 

Grace x,x83. 

St. Christopher 

Christ i6o. 

St Mary 94. 

Grace 86 . 

/St. Paul 212, 

St. Stephen 30. 

Emmanuel 280 . 

St. Paul 99- 

Grace go- 

Christ 156. 

Waterman Hall 42. 

St. Peter 117. 

Christ 260. 

All Saints 28. 

Trinity 103 . 

St. Augustine 200 . 

Christ 20s . 



( Edward Thomson Mathison 
J Albert Ernest Heard. 
Bernard Iddings Bell. 
George William Farrar. 
Charles David Atwell. 
George Everett Young. 
Robert Octavina Cooper. 
Albert Bertrand Whitcombe. 
'Nicholas Bayard Clinch. 
George Buffet Pratt. 
William Omer Butler. 
William Donald Mcl>an. 
Benj. Frank Fleetwood* D.D. 
William Ewart Glanville. 
William Winn Love. 
Erie Homer Merriman. 
William James Cordick. 
Joseph Wilson Fogarty. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Bentley, George P, off. Ansted, W. Va. 

Bixby, Charles Hendrick, Rector Emeritus, 
St. Paul's Church, Chicago. 

Bowker, Joseph J., Chicago Homes for 
Boys. 

Brown, Henry James, Chicago. 

Cleveland, Edmund Francis Javier, Dundee. 

Deis, Frederick G., Hankow, China. 

DeWitt, W. C, D.D., Dean, Western The- 
ological Seminary, Chicago. 

Dienst, George Elias, Aurora, 111. 

Easton, Burton Scott, prof. W. T. S., Chi- 
cago. 

Edwards, Lyford P., West Park, N. Y. 

Fiske, Albert A.. Harvard, 111. 

Griffin, Alfred William Shrewsbury, Mass. 

Hall^rancis Joseph, D.D., Prof., Western 
Theological Seminary, Chicago. 

Holbrook, Charles Albert, Aurora. 

Kemp, Robert Morris, New York. 



Kinney, Henry C, Chicago. 

Knapp, George W., Weehawken, N. J. 

Mackay, George, Oxford, Eng. 

MacLean, Thomas W., Chicago. 

Mercer, Samuel A. B., prof. W. T. S., 
Chicago. 

Pardee, Luther, Chicago. 

Petrie, William J., D.D., Stevensville, Mich. 

Phillipps, Thomas Dowell, Berkeley, Cal. 

Phillips, Ze 'Barney Thome, New York. 

Pond, Svlvanus Billings, Washington, D. C. 

Ramsdell, Julian Elroy. 

Rowley, Richard, in England. 

Sjostrom, Gustaf Laurentius, in Sweden. 

Snively, Thaddeus A., New York. 

Stewart, Marshall B., prof., Western The- 
ological Seminary, Chicago. 

Toffteen, Olaf Alfred, Chicago. 

Walker, William B., Ashland, Va. 

Webster, Herbert S., Chicago. 



DIOCESE OF COLORADO. (A. D. 1877.) 

Limits. — That part of thg State of Colorado lying east of the western boundary lines of 

the following counties: Larimer, Boulder, Gilpin, Clear Creek, Park, Lake, Chaffee, 

Saguache, Mineral, Rio Grande, and Conejos. 

Population (1900), . Area, sq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rbv. CHARLES Sanfokd Olmstbd, D.D., Bishop. (1902.) Residence, 201 1 Glen- 
. arm Place, Denver. ^ 

Secretary.— The Rev. Caleb Irving Mills, D.D., 567 Gilpin St., Denver. 
Assistant Secretary. — The Rev. H. Harman Clement, 1020 West Twelfth Ave., Denver, 
Treasurer. — Charles D. Cobb, 910 15th St., Denver. 
Chancellor.—Hfm. Wilbur F. Stone, Denver. 
Registrar, — The Rev. James MacL^ughlin, Littleton. 
Standing Committee.--Clerical, the Rev. Canon Charles Hughes Marshall, Pres.; the 

Very Rev. H. Martyn Hart, D.D., the Rev. John A. Houghton, D.D. Lay, Alexis 

du Pont Parker, Sec; A. A. Bowhay, F. W. Standart. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The earliest services were held ia Denver in i860 by the Rev. J. H. Kehler. 

Dr. Talbot was bom September 5, 18 16. Consecrated February 15, i860. He was chosen 
Assistant Bishop of Indiana in 1865, and on the death of Bishop Upfold, August 26, 
1874, became the second Bishop of that Diocese, Died, January ic, 1883. r> 

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A Missionary Turisdiction of '^Colorado and parts adjacent" was fonaed on October 2u 
1 86s, by the General Convention. It included Colorado, Montana, Idaho, and Wyo- 
ming. The Rev. Milton G. Lightner, Rector of St. Paul's Church, Detroit, was, on 
October 3i, 1865, nominated by the House of Bishops. The nomination was not 
confirmed. 

Colorado formed a part of the vast country placed by the General Convention of 18^9 
under the care of the Rt. Rev. Joseph Cniikshank Talbot, who was chosen a Mis- 
sionary Bishop of the North West on Friday, October, ax, 1859, after 1^ declination 
of the Rev. Dr. Jacob L. Clark, of Waterbury, Conn. 

It was admitted as a Diocese by the General Convention of 1877. 

Missionary Bishop, — George Maxwell Randall, Missionary Bishop, with jurisdiction in 
adjacent Territories. Bom, November 23, 181 0. Consecrated, December a8, 1865. 
D%ed, September 28, 1873. 

First Diocesan Bishop. — John Franklin Spalding. Born, August as, i8a8. Conse- 
crated, 1873. Died, March 9, 1902. 

■ CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Brotherhood of St. Andrew.^Pres., G. Frank Shelley. 

Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Mrs. Thomas A. SiHiofield, 969 Clark- 
son St., Denver. 

Daughters of the King. — Diocesan Sec, Mrs. Cynthia H. Lamb, 2652 Lafayette Ave, 
Denver. 

Diocesan Order of the Sisterhood of St. John the Evangelist. — [Founded February, 
1904.] The Sisters work in the Parishes and Missions, also in Wolfe Hall, under the 
direction of the Bishop. 

drls' Friendly Society, — Fres,, Miss Elizabeth Spalding, 1346 Downing St., Denver. Sec, 
and Treas., Miss Fanny Campbell, 100 Humboldt St., Denver. 

Home for Consumptives and Stck Strangers, 2851 West 32d St., Denver. — Fres., the 
Bishop. Supt., the Rev. Frederick Warren Oakes. 

Matthews' Hall, 20 11 Glenarm Flace, Denver, — ^The Theological School. The Bishop, and 
the Rev. Frederick Ferdinand Kramer. 

St. Luke's Hospital, 1929 Fearl St., Denver. — Fres., the Bishop. Sec. and Treas,, Harold 
Kountre. Exec. Manager, Major L. E. Campbell. Chaplain, the Rev. George H. 
IToleran. 

St. Stephen's School, Colorado Springs. — [Incorporated 19 10.] Boarding School for Boys. 
Headmaster, the Rev. Gibson Bell. Treasurer of the Board of Trustees, Irving Bon- 
bright, Colorado Springs. 
Wolfe Hall, 13 so Clarkson St., Denver. — A Boarding and Day School for Girls. Princi- 
pal, Miss Margaret Kerr. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch, — [Organized Majj, 1884.] Annual meeting: time 
and place of Diocesan Convention. Fres., Mrs. C. S. Olmsted, 201 1 Glenarm Place, 
Denver. Cor. Sec, Miss Carrie M. Clinton, 1215 East 12th Ave., Denver. 

Junior Department. — Sec, Mrs. A. B. Bell, 1360 Birch St., Denver. 

Diocesan Paper. — "The Colorado Churchman. Editor, the Rev. C. Irving Mills, D.D., 
567 Gilpin St., Denver. 



Clergy • 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices \ 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

Unorganized Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed ^ . 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



1910. 



48 


53 


59 


59 


65 


65 


39 


39 


497 


•547 


441 


567 


6,613 


6,576 


434 


449 


. 3,876 


3,783 


$166,394 


$169,069 



X9II. 



The 26th Annual Council will be held in the Chapter House of St. John's Cathedral, 
Denver, Wednesday, June 5, 191 2. 

THE CLERGY 

CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST. JOHN {com. 553), DENVER. 
(14th Ave. and Clarkson St.) 
Thb Cathxdsal Chaftbr. 

Th« Bishop. ^^ j 

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Resident Canons. — The Rev. Charles Hughes Marshall, the Rev. John Henry Houghton* 

D.D., the Rev. Frederick Warren Oakes, the Rev. Frederick Ferdinand Kramer, the 

Rev. Willaim Francis Kemey. 
Honorary Canons.— -Th^ Rev. Eleazar W. Sibbald, the Rev. Caleb Irving Mills, D.D. 
Treasurer of Chapter, — ^Joseph A. Thatcher. 
Chapter Clerk. — Arnold A. Bowhay, 1636 Champa St., Denver. 
Archdeacon. — The Vcn. Thomas Alvord Schofield, 969 Clarkson St.," Denver. 
Rural jDca»w.— Denver: the Rev. Charles H. Marshall; Pueblo: the Rev. Arthur N. Taft. 
Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — The Rev. Canon Kramer, the Very Rev. H. Martyn Hart, 

D.D., the Rev. Arthur N. Taft, the Rev. Frederick Carman, the Rev. B. W. Boncll, 

the Rev. George H. Holoran, the Rev. W. O. Penley. 



PAKI8HKS AND MISSIONS. 



Aguilar 

Alamosa 

Antonito 

Arvada 

Ault 

Boulder 

Brighton 

Brush 

Buena Vista .... 
Bycrs 

Castle Rock 

Canon City 

Central City .... 

Colorado City . . . 
Colorado Springs 



CHUaCHBS AMD 
COMMUNICANTS. 



Como 

Crecdc 

Cripple Creek 

Del Norte 

Denver (W. jad Ave. and 
Wyandotte St.) 

(W. i2thAv. ftS. loth St.) 

(6th Ave. & Gilpin St.).. 

(Mexico St. ana Sherman 
Ave.) 

<Elyria) 

( Church Home) 

''Humboldt St. ft 22A Av.) 

<Englewood) 

< South Englewood) 

(13th Ave. and Vine St.) 

<Berkeley) 

(Montclair) . .' 



(i2th Ave. & Lincoln St) 

<^W. 23d Ave. ft Boul. F.) 
(2d Ave. & Acoma St.) . . . 
< Williams St. ft a6th Av.) 
(E. 23d Ave. & Dexter St.) 
(20th Ave. & Glenarm PI.) 

Divide 

Empire 

Evergreen 

Fairplay 

Florence 

Fort Collins 

Fort Logan 

Fort Lupton 

Fort Morgan 

Garoa 



St. . Mary 20 . 

St. Thomas 51. 

Epiphany 4 . 

St. Matthew ai. 

St. Tames 13. 

St. John 250. 

St. Luke 15. 

• 7. 

Grace 20. 

Ascension 11. 

Christ 54. 

Christ 138. 

St. Paul 71. 

Good Shepherd 72., 

Epiphany 43 . . 

Grace 348.. 

St. Stephen .• 171.. 

St. Mary 11.. 

St. Augustine 8 . . 

St. Andrew 72 . . 

Epiphany 8 . , 

All Saints 251. . 

Emmanuel 108. . 

Ascension Memorial ... 82 . . 

Epiphany loi . . 

Calvary 10.. 

Our Merciful Saviour. . 

Holy Redeemer 80 . . 

Holy Spirit 

St. George 

St. Barnabas 266 . . 

St. James 25.. 

St. Luke 78.. 

St. Mark 770-' 

St. Paul 83.. 

St. Peter 325.. 

St. Stephen 205.. 

St. Thomas 75.. 

Trinity Memorial 200.. 

St. David 3 . . 

Transfiguration 23 . . 

Transfiguration 34 . . 

St. Alban 4. . 

St. Alban 23. . 

St. Luke 138.. 

39« • 

St. Andrew 42 . . 

St. Paul 51,. 

St. Alban 7.. 



John Samuel Mahood.* 
) Joseph H. Darling. 






Edwin J. Skinner. 

Thomas Costello Johnson. 

Archdeacon Schofield. 

Archdeacon. 

Bernard C. Durrant.* 

Archdeacon. 

James MacLaughlin. 

Frederick Carman. 

Sherwood Fison. 

Vincent Owen Penley. 

George M. Davidson. 

Frank Hale Touret. 

Arthur Nelson Taft. 

Archdeacon. 

Archdeacon. 

Robert J. Langford. 

Archdeacon. 

Fred'k Ferdinand Kramer. 
Henry Harman Clement. 
Caleb Irving Mills, D.D 

Henry J. Johnson. 

Frederick Warren Oakes. 
Thomas G. Brown. 



Charles Hugh Marshall. 
Frederick Ferdinand Kramer 
I Clayton A. Chrisman. 

(John Henry Houghton. 
) Henry Sidney Foster. 
John Oliver Ferris. 

Henry Ross Archer O'Malley 

John Wallis Ohl. 

George H. Holoran. 

Archdeacon. 

Sherwood Fison. 

Thornton B. Rennell. 

Archdeacon. 

John Montgomery McBride. 

Charles Herbert Shutt. 

Edwin J. Skinner. 
Frank G. Rickard. 
Archdeacon. 



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PAKItHIS AND MimOllI. 



Georgetown ... 

Golden 

Greeley 

Hugo 

Idaho Spring! 
lohnstown . . . , 

jttleslmrg 

Lafayette 

La Jara 

La Junta 



Las Animas . 
LeadrUle ... 

Littleton 

Longmont . . 
Loveland . . . . 
Manitou . . . . 
Manzanola . 
Monte Vista 
Morrison . . . 



Neradaville 

Pueblo (9th and Court Su.) 
(B'way and Routt Ave.) 
(Spruce and Centre Sts.) 

Rocky Ford 

Saguache 

Salida 

Sedalia 

Silver Cliff 

Silver Plume 

South Park 

Sterling 

Trinidad 

Victor 

Villa Grove 

Walscnburg 

West Cliffe 

Windsor 

Miscellaneous 



CHURCHIS AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



Grace 38.. 

Calvary 55.. 

Trinity 305 . . 

St. Michael 29 . . 

Calvary 21., 

St. John 2., 

• a.... ..a*. ...... O.. 

St. James 

All Saints 8.. 

St. Andrew 75 . . 

St. Matthew 6.. 

Messiah 34 . . 

St. George 45 •< 

St. Paul 56.. 

St. Stephen y^-- 

All Saints 26.. 

St. Andrew 55 . , 

St. Clement 8.. 

St. Stephen 31 . . 

St. Michael and All 

Angels 9 • 

Christ ^ 10.. 

Ascension 262 . , 

Holy Trinity 164. 

St. James 52 . , 

St. Matthew 9. 

Incarnation 18 . 

Ascension 122. 

St. Philip 40 . 

St. Luke 20. 

St. Clement ,K 14. 

St. Alban ' 37. 

All Saints 26. 

Trinity 103. 

St. Mark 33- 

St. Tames 4 • 

St. Peter 32. 

St. Luke 18. 

St. Alban 14. 



Sherwood Fison. 
Charles M. Pullcn. 
Benjamin Walter BoniicIL 

Archdeacon. 
Sherwood Fison. 



1 



Archdeacon. 



Joseph H. Darling. * 

Archdeacon. 

George Washington Dtinlap. 

Bernard C. Durrant.* 

James MacLaughlin. 

Alfred Gcthyn Harrison. 

Edgar Jones.* 

Appleton Grannis.* 

Archdeacon. 

Benjamin Bean. 

Archdcfacon. 

Sidney R. S. Gray. 

Francis A. D. Launt, D.D.* 

Gustave A. C. Lehman. 

Archdeacon. 

Archdeacon. 

Charles W. G. Lyon. 

James MacLaughlin. 

Archdeacon. 



Frank G. Rickard. 

Lawrence A. C. PitcaitUey. 

Robert J. Langford. 

Archdeacon. 

John Samuel Mahood.* 

Archdeacon. 

Benjamin W. Bonnell. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 

Ayres, William Warren, Trail, B. C. 
Bell, Gibson, Colorado Springs. 
Cook, Charles Hall, Denver. 
Lakes, Arthur, Denver. 
Remsen, Henry R., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Robinson, James. Canada. 



Savage. Zachary Taylor, Pueblo. 
Sibbald, Eleazar W., Steamboat Springs. 
.^treator, Ernest Barton, Denver. 
Wilson. Thomas V.. Boulder. 
Williams, Wallace A., California. 



DIOCESE OF CONNECTICUT. (A. D. 1783.) 

Limits. — The State of Connecticut, 
Population (1910), 1,114,756. Area, Sf004 sq. m. 
Thb Rt. Rev. Chauncby Buncb Brswstkr^ D.D., Bishop. (1897.) Residence, 98 Wood- 
land St., Hartford. 
Secretary of the Diocese. — ^The Rev. Frederick William Harriman, D.D,, Windsor. 
Assistant Secretaries. — The Rev. John Fields Plumb, New Milford; the Rev. Ellis Bishop. 
Chancellor. — Hon. Morris Woodruff Seymour, Litchfield. 
Treasurer of the Diocese. — ^John Hall bage, Portland. 
Registrar.^Tht Rev. Samuel Hart, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L., Middletown. 
Standing Committee. — ^The Rev. Storrs Ozias beymour, D,D., Pres., Litchfield; the Rev. 
Samuel Hart, D.D^ D.C.L., Sec; the Rev. George Thomas Linsley, the Rev. Stewart 
Means, D.D„ the Rev. Matthew George Thompson. 

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HISTORICAL NOTES. i 

The Rev. (ieorge Keith and the Rev. John Talbot visited New London on September 13, 

X702. They were then travelling Missionaries of the Propagation Society. 
The service of the Church was permanently established in Stratford in 1707 under the Rev. 
George Muirson, of Rye, New York. The Diocese organized at Woodbury on March 
25* i783t ten clergymen assembling and electing Dr. Seabury Bishop. 
First Bishop. — Samuel Seabury. Born, November 30, 1729. Consecrated a^ Aberdeen. 
Scotland, November 14, 1784. Died, February 25, 1796. He was the first Bishop ot 
the American Church, and through him the American Church received the Episcopal 
Succession from the Scottish Church. First Presiding Bishop. 
Second Bishop, — ^Abraham Jasvis. Born, May 5 (O. S.), 1739. Consecrated, October 

18, i797« Died, May 3, 18 13. 
Third Bishop, — ^Thomas Church Brownelu Born, October 19, 1779. Consecrated, 

. T»iq. Died, January 13, 1865. 
Fourth Bishop. — ^John Williams. Born^ August 30, 1817. Consecrated, October 29, 
1 85 1. Dted, February 7, 1899. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Artnstnear, a House for Reduced Gentlewomen, 30 Wethersfield Ave., Hartford. — War* 

den, the Rev. George T. Linsley. 
Berkeley Divinity School, Middletown. — (See Educational Institutions.) 
Brotherhood of St. Andrew. — Connecticut Local Assembly. Pr^*., Francis J. Smith, New 

Haven. Sec, Philip T. Vibert, Meriden. 
Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Miss N. T. Palmer, 326 Washington 

St., Middletown. 
Daughters of the King. — Pres., Mrs. Henry Macbeth, Bethel. Rec. Sec, Miss Julia N. 

McLean, Portland, Conn. 36 chapters. 
Girls' Friendly Society. ^-Pres., Miss Margaret E. Jackson, 194 Washington St., Middle- 
town. Sec, Miss Elizabeth Goodspeed. Hartford. Treas., Mrs. T. J. Boardman, 77 
Buckingham St., Hartford. Thirty-two branches. 
Infirm Clergy Fund ("The Trustees of the Fund for Aged and Infirm Clergy and Wid 
ows and Orphans of Clergymen.") — [Incor. i8ss.l The Rev. Arthur T. Randall, Sec, 
Meriden. Benjamin R. English. Treas., New Haven. 
Kent School for Boys, Kent. — Head Master, the Rev. Frederick Herbert Sill, O. H. C. 
Pomfret School, Pomfrei.—Head Master, the Rev. William Beach Olmsted, L.H.D. 
St. John's Church House, Stamford. — For old people and children. Pres., the Rev. C. M. 

Addison. Supt., Miss Jeannette L. Wurts. 
St. Luke's Home, Middletown. — For aged women. Pres., the Rev. E. C Achcson. See,, 

Mrs. J. P. Peltpn. Treas., Mrs. C. E. Bacon. 
St. Margaret's School for Girls, Waterbury. — flncor. 1875.I The Rev. John N. Lewis, Jr., 

D.D., Rector, Robert F. Griggs, Sec, Waterbury. . 
St. Paul's Church Home for Aged Women, 60 Chapel St., New Haven. 
The Church Club of the Diocese of Connecticut. — fOrganized 1892.] Pres., Harry H. 
Hcminway, Watertown. Sec, Charles F. Chase. New Britain. Treas,, Charles E. 
Cornwall, New Haven. 
The Church Home, 123 Retreat Aven%^e, Hartford. — For aged and infirm persons. Sec, 

W. W. Huntington, Hartford. Treas., Elijah C. Johnson, Hartford. 
The Church Scholarship Society. — [Founded 1827. Incor. X874.I Sec, the Rev. George 

T. Linsley, Hartford. Treas., Ward C. Powell, Hartford. 
The Curtis Home, Meriden.-^K Home for Children, also a Home for Aged Women, both 

of Meriden. Supt,, Mrs. Alice M. Fox. 
The Clergyman's Retiring Funrf.— [Incor. 1890.I The Rev. Arthur T. Randall, Sec, Meri- 
den. Benfamin R. English, Treas., New Haven. 
The Cheshire School, Cheshire. — [Founded 1794. Incorporated 1801. Re-iftcorporated 
1903.] Paul Klimke, M.A., Head Master. The Rev. John Davis Skilton, Asst.Head 
Master. Joseph W. Harriman, Pres, Herbert D. Uoyd, Treas. Charles H. Tibbite, 
Sec, Wallingford. . , . , ^ ^, 

The Missionary Society of the Diocese of Connecticut.^tPotmded and Incor. t8i8.j 

Burton Mansfield. Sec and Treas,, New Haven. 
The Open Hearth, a Mission, 23 Grove St„ Hartford.— SuM., the Rev. J. H. Jackson. 
The Salisbury School, Salisbury.— Head Master, the Rev. George Emerson Quaile. 
The Trustees of Donations and Bequests for Church Purposes,— {Ineor. 1863.] Elijah 

C Johnson, Sec and Treas., Hartford. - . «. . 

The Trustees for Receiving Donations for the Support of the Bishop.— llneor. 1799.I 

Robert W. Huntington, Jr., Treas., Hartford. Ward C. Powell. Sec 
TrinUy Church Home for Old Ladies, 406 Oak St., New Haven.— For the indigent poor 

of Trinity Church. Matron tn Cfc«rge. Mrs. Jane Augusta McFarland. 
Widows' Home, Hartford, 133 Market Street, and 13 South Hudson Street, and 181 

Wethersfield Avenue.— Pres., the Rev. J. W. Bradin. , . . , 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branrfc.— [Organized April, 1880.I Annual meeting, second 
Wednesday in November. Pres., Miss Elizabeth D. Ferguson, Stamford. Cor. Sec, 
M>M Mary A. Goodwin, 273 Court St., Middletown. 
Junior Department.— Cor, Sec, Miss Emily V. Binney, Middletown. 



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Cleryy » . . 

Friests Ordained 

Church Ediiicet 

Organized i'arishet 

Missions and Chapelt . < . . 

iiapusms 

Coniirmed > 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 
Sunday School Scholars . 
Contributions 



1910. 



X911. 



211 


209 


3 


2 


226 


228 


153 


154 


7Z 


75 


2,132 


2,234 


2,046 


2,108 


40,186 


40*843 


2,236 


2,206 


17,398 


^ 17,559 


$735,9^7 


$728,413 



The Z24th Annual Convention will be held June 11, 19 12, where the Bishop shall appoint. 



THE CLERGY. 

Thx Bishop. 

Archdeacons. — Fairfield: the Vcn. Allen E. Beeman. Litchfield: the Ven. John Fields 
Plumb. New Haven: the Ven. George Hickman Buck. Hartford: the Ven. Jacob- 
Albert Biddle. Middlesex: the Ven. Oliver Henry Raftery, D.I). New London: the 
Ven. J. Eldred Brown. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — The Rev. John Binney, D.D., the Rev. Storrs Ozias Sey- 
mour, D.D., the Rev. James H. George, the Rev. Jiames Goodwin, D.D., the Rev. 
Francis D. Hoskins, the Rev. Oliver H. Raftery, the Rev. William A. Beardsley. 
Acting Chaplain, the Rev. William P. Ladd. 

Diocesan Missionary to Deaf Mutes* — ^The Rev. George Henry Hefflon, Y. M. C. A., 
Hartford. 



PASZSHIS AND MISSIONS. 



Ansonia 

Bantam 

Bethany 

Bethel ^ 

Bethlehem 

Black Hall (Old Lyme) 

Bloomfield 

Branford 

Bridgeport ..••• 

(Courtland St. n. Fairfield 
Ave.) 

(Carson St. cor. Sylvan 
Ave.) 

(Fairfield Ave. cor. Park 
Ave.) 

(383 Stratford Ave.) .... 

(236 Kossuth St.) 

(Fairfield Ave. cor. Broad 

St.) 

Bridgewater 

Bristol 

Broad Brook 

Brookheld 

Brooklyn 

Byram 

Canaan 

Cheshire 

Chester ''.'''.'. '.'.W' .'''.'.'', 

Ointon 

Colchester 



CHURCHIS AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



Christ 560. 

Immanuel 325 . 

St. Paul 103. 

Christ 59. 

St. Thomas 310. 

Christ 41. 

St. Ann 45. 

St. Andrew 24 . 

Trinity 310. 

Calvary 46 . 

Christ 421 . 

Nativity 60 . 

St. George 200 . 

St. John 919. 

St. Luke 287. 

St. Paul 662. 

Trinity *. 360 . 

St. Mark 82. 

Trinity 275 . 

Grace 54. 

St. Paul 107. 

Trinity 70. 

St. John 54. 

Christ 91 . 

St. Peter 1 29 . 

Episcopal Academy Cpl. 

St. Luke 27. 

Holy Advent 48. 

Calvary 24 . 



Erit Bartholomew Schmitt. 
Benjamin Franklin Root. 

Archibald MacDougall. 
Henry Macbeth. 
Clarence Hawley Beers. 
Franklin Smedley Moore. 

George Weed Barhydt, 
Joseph Hypkin Brown, 

Ernest Judson Craft. 

Charles Lewis Gomph. 
Henry Erskinc Kelly. 

JWm. Henry Lewis, D.D. 

( Frank Hoffnagle Bigelow. 
William Henry Jepson. 
Earl Henry Ken yon. 

C Charles Lewis Gomph. 

I Clinton Webber Areson. 

David Casler Monroe.* 
Hiram Van Kirk. 
Alfred E. Macnamara.* 
Frederick Rufus Sanford. 
William Ingram Magill. 
Joseph Percy Smyth. 



Archdeacon Raftery. 
Charles Austin Tibbala. 
John Henry Fitzgerald. 

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PARISH IS AND MISUOMS. 

ColliitsviUe 

Danbury 

Danieison 

Darien 

Deep Hiver 

Derby 

Durham 

East Berlin 

East Haddam 

(Hadlyme) 

East Hampton . . . . » 

East Harttord 

East Haven 

EastoB 

Essex 

Fairfield 

Farmington 

ForestviUe 

Glastonbury 

Greenwich ...•• 

Groton 

Guilford 

Hamden 

Hartford (Main and Church 
Sts.) 

(Wvllys & Van Block Sts.) 

(Albany Avenue) 

(Park St n. Washington) 
(Farmington Avt nr. Pros* 

pect Ave.) 

(Main St n. Pavilion St.) 
(Sigoumey St. n. Farm- 
ington Ave.) 

Parkville (New Park Ave. 

and Grace St) 

(Near Vernon St) 

Harwinton 

Hazardville 

Hebron 

Huntington 

Ivoryton 

Kent 

Killingworth 

Lime Rock 

Litchfield 

Long Hill 

Marble Dale 

Maromas 

Met^'den (East Main and 

Catlin Sts.) 

(W. Main & Morgan Sts.) 

Middlefield 

Middle Haddam 

Middletown (South Farms). 

(Main St) 

(Berkeley Divinity School) 

Milford 

Millstone (Waterford) 

Milton 

Monroe 

Moosup 

M ystic 

Naugratnck 

New Britain 

New Canaan 



CHURCHBSAND COMMUMZCAHTS 



Trinity 148. 

St James 806. 

St Alban 117. 

St Luke 130- 

St Peter 25- 

St James 27s. 

Epiphany 7* • 

St Gabriel 28. 

St Stephen 48. 

Grace Chapel 10. 

St John 41. 

St John 275- 

Christ 39. 

Christ 13. 

St John 99. 

St Paul ..-. 143- 

St James 62. 

St John 87. 

St James ....140. 

Christ 570. 

Seabury Memorial 77- 

Orist 155. 

Grace 50* 

Christ 945- 

Good Shepherd 400 . 

St Andrew 77- 

St James 200. 

St John 175. 

St Thomas 214. 

Trinity 902. 

Grace Chapel 37'. 

Trinity College Chapel. 

St. Monica 99 • 

Christ 

St Mary 61. 

St Peter 34- 

St Paul 60. 

All Saints 6i. 

St Andrew 85. 

Emmanuel 21. 

Trinity 64 . 

St. Michael 130. 

Grace 79- 

St Andrew 72. 

St. Andrew 

St Andrew 883. 

All Saints 578. 

St Paul 8. 

Christ 54. 

Christ 141- 

Holy Trinity 891. 

St Luke's Chapel 

St Peter 145. 

Mission 

Trinity 24 . 

St Peter 65. 

St Peter 18. 

St Mark 138. 

St Michael 528. 

St Mark 568. 

St Mark 263. 



Frederick Earle Buck. 

(George Wm. Davenport. 

(Frank Stephen Morehouse, 
James Hardin (Jeorge, Jr. 
Louis French. 
Archdeacon Raftery. 
George Hickman Buck. 
Joseph Hooper. 
Archdeacon Raftery. 



Anthon" Temple Gesner.* 

Uohn Jas. McCook, D.D. 

(James Watson Lord. 
(George Almon Alcott 
William Henry Jepson. 
Percy Barnes. 
Allen Everett Beeman. 
Charles Edward Roberts. 
David Casler Monroe. 
Edward Gardner Reynolds. 
Matthew George Thompson. 
Charles Sumner M. Stewart. 
Edward Livingston Wells. 
George E. Wharton.* 

'James Goodwin, D.D. 
Chauncey Clark Kennedy. 

I Arthur Adams. 
(ieorge Thomas Linsley. 
Tohn Herbert Jackson. 
John Taylor Huntington,D.D. 

James Watson Bradin. 

Thornton Floyd Turner. 

(Ernest de Fremery Micl. 
; Robert Eliot Marshall. 
Frederick J. K. Alexander. 
Flavel Sweeten Luther,LL.D. 
Alonzo Johnson. . 
John Chauncey Linsley. 
Dan Russ Judd. 
Tohn Henry Fitzgerald. 
Joseph Attwood Stansfield. 
Archdeacon Raftery. 
Burt Clayton Chandler. 
George B. Gilbert 
George William Griffith. 
Storrs Ozias Seymour, D.D. 
Leander Robert Sheffield. 
Haynes Lord Everest 
George B. Gilbert. 

Arthur Truman Randall. 

Joseph Hooper. 

Anthon Temple Gesner.* 

f Edward Campion Achcson. 
I Ellis Bedell Dean. 
Samuel Hart, D.D. 

Franklin Smedley Moore. 

Henry Steele Habersham. 
James Hardin (3eorge, Jr.* 
Albert Corey Jones. 
Charles L. Pardee. 

Harry Innes Bodley. 

Robert Howland Neid*, D.D. 



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rAUlBU AMD MIMIOMl. 



New Haven (Howard Ave. 
and Lambeiton St.) ... 
(Davenport Ave. and 
Ward St.) 

(Broadway and Elm St). 

(Blatchley Ave. and Ex- 
change St.) 

(Shelton Ave. & Star St) 

(Fair Haven) 

(WeatviUe) 

(Orange and Humphrey 
Sta.) 

(Whalley Ave., near Sper- 
ry St) 

(diapel and Olive Sta.) . 

(Elm St bet Orange and 
Church) 

(Temple nr. Chapel St).. 



Newington 

New London 

New Miliord 

Newtown 

Niantic 

Nichols 

Noank 

Norfolk 

North Branford 

Northfield 

Northford 

North Guilford 

North Haven 

Norwalk 

(Ea8t)'^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^v. 

Norwich (78 Washington St) 

(17 Church St) 

(356 Central Ave.) 

Oakville 

Oxford 

Pine Meadow 

Plainvillc 

Plymouth 

(East) 

(Terryvillc) 

Pomfret 

Ponsett - 

Poquetanuck 

Portland 

Putnam 

Quaker Farms 

Redding 

Ridgefield 

Riverside . . i 

Riverton 

Rockville 

Round Hill 

Roxbury • •••• 

Salisbury 



^CHVaCHXfl AMD 
COMMUmCAIITt. 



All Saints Chapel 



.325. 



Ascension 328. . 

Christ 674 . . 

Grace 289.. 

St Andrew i7S'- 

St James 140.. 

St James 172.. 

St John 308.. 

St. Luke s8o.. 

St Paul 1,100.. 

Forbes Chapel 118.. 

St Thomas 300 . . 

Trinity z»340.. 



Grace 58. 

St James 696. 

St John 418. 

All Saints 90. 

Trinity 200. 

St John 40. 

St John 18. 

Grace 15. 

The Transfiguration... 4. 

Zion 3o< 

Trinity 25. 

St Andrew 81. 

St John 14- 

5t John 209. 

St Faul 540. 

Grace 49^. 

Christ 89. 

Christ 4t>o . 

Trinity 320. 

St Andrew 168. 

All Saints 96. 

St Peter 54- 

St John 75. 

Our Saviour 91- 

St Peter 126. 

St Matthew 

St Mark 

Christ } .68. 

Messiah (Abingdon) . ) 

Pomfret School 70. 

St James 30- 

St James 87. 

Trinity 387. 

St John Baptist Chpl. 

St Philip 62. 

Christ 42. 

Christ 1 81. 

St Stephen 251. 

St Paul 41. 

St Paul 12. 

St John 166. 

Calvary 44< 

Christ 67. 

St John 140. 



(Charles Otis Scoville. 
i William Philip Downes. 

Samuel McKibbin. 

r Frederic Merwin Burgess. 
^ Maxwell Ganter. 

(^Arthur Hurlburt Kinney. 
George Almon Alcott 
George Everett Knollmcyer. 
George Henry Heyn. 
John Frederick Sexton. 

Stewart Means, D.D. 

Harry Oscar Bowles. 
'George Lyman Paine. 

Robert BeU. 

Anson Phelps Stokes, Jr.' 

Howard Sargent Wilkinson 
William Agur Beardsley. 

Charles Otis Scoville, 

William Philip Downes. 

Franklin Hoyt Miller. 

George Henry Heyn. 
Jared Sfarr. 

( Philip Markham Kerridgt 
\ Percy V. Norwood.* 
John Fields Plumb. 
Frank Barnard Draper. 
James Hardin George. 
Franklin Smedley Moore. 
Joseph Attwood Stansficli 
Charles Sumner M. Stewart 
Archdeacon Plumb. 
James Dada Stebbins Pardee. > 
Adelbert Putnam Chapman. 
James Dada Stebbins Pardeft 
Frederick Rufus Sanford. 
Arthur Franklin Lewis. 
Louis Bennington HowelL 
James Benton Werner. 
Joseph Hypkin Brown. 

J. Eldred Brown. 
Franklin Johns Bohanan. 
Leonard Enos Todd. 
George Joseph Sutherland. 
George Milnor Stanley. 
Robert Henderson Burton. 

i Marcus Julius Simpson, 
hilip Sidney Irwin. 
Philip Sidney Irwin. 
William Beach Olmsted. 
William Oark Knowles. 
William Edward Hooker. ^ 
) Oliver Henry Raftery,D.D' 

Philip Sidney Irwin. 
George Joseph Sutherland. 
Elliott Williams Boone. 
John Henry Chapman. 
Charles Walter Boylston. 
George Milnor Stanley. 
John Francis (Seorge. 
William Ingram Magill. 
Walter Downes Humphrey. 
David North Kirkby. 



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PARXSHSS AMD MXWIOKl. 



Sandy Hook 

Saybrook 

Seymour 

Shailerrilte 

Sharon • 

Shelton 

Southbtiinr 

South Gutttonbury 

Southf or^ 

Southington ....... 

South Lyme 

South Manchester 
South Norwalk ... 

Southport 

Stafford Springs . 

Stamford 

Stonington ...... 

Stratford 

Suffield 

Tariffville 

Tashua ■ . 

Thomaston 

Thompsonville . . . 

Torrington 

Tyler City 

Unionville • . 

Wallingford 

Warehouse Point . 
Washington 

Waterbury 

(Witer^ne)**.V. 
Watcrtown 

Wcstbrook " .' .* .' .' .' .* . 
West. Hartford ... 
West Haven 

Weston 

Westport 

Wethersfieid 

Willimantic 

Wilton 

Windham 

Windsor 

Windsor Locks ... 

Winsted 

Woodburr 

YalcsviUe 

Yantic 



CHURCHSS AMD 
COMMUNICANTS. 



St. John "8. 

Grace 8i. 

Trinity 285. 

St. Paul Mission 

Christ loi. 

Good Shepherd 357- 

Epiphany iS* 

St. Luke 109. 

Good Shepherd X4* 

St. Paul 78. 

St. Michael 10. 

St. Mary 906. 

Trinity 460. 

Trinity 138. 

Grace 141 • 

St. Andrew 3i3- 

St. John 500- 

Emmanuel Chapel .... 75- 

St. Luke Chapel 278. 

Calvary 142. 

Christ 238. 

Calvary 25. 

Trinity 

Christ 76. 

Trinity 188. 

St. Andrew 254- 

Trinity 776. 

Good Shepherd 

Christ loi. 

St. Paul 487. 

St. John 193. 

St. John 98. 



St. John ..^ 1,216. 



Trinity 1,008. 

St. Andrew 35- 

Christ 270. 

St. Paul 182. 

St. Paul T 18. 

St. James 45. 

Christ 709. 

Emmanuel 52 . 

Christ 212. 

#Holy Trinity 352. 

Trinity 228. 

St. Paul 187. 

St. Matthew iSS- 

St. Paul 20. 

Grace i37- 

St. Paul 

St. James 300. 

St. Paul 159. 

St. John Evangelist... 48. 
Grace 73. 



Otis Olney Wright 

John H. de Vrics, D.D. 

William Atwater Woodford. 

George B. Gilbert. 

David Parker Morgan, D.D.* 

Charles Grant CUrk. 

Alexander Hamilton. 

George Joseph Sutherland. 
Herbert Lockwood Stoddard. 
Franklin Smedley Moore. 
Manning Blackstone Bennett 
Frederick Alfred Coleman. 
Richard Daniel Hatch. 
Raymond M. Dow Adams. 

John Dolby Skene. 
Charles Morris Addison. 
William Henry Robinson. 
Hugh Wallace Smith. 
Charles Jeremiah Mason. 
Nath'l Ellsworth Cornwall. 
Hiram Van Kirk. 

Leander Robert Sheffield. 
Ellsworth Martin Tracy. 
Dan Russ Judd. 
John Chauncey Linsley. 
Floyd Steele Kenyon. 
Louis Isaac Belden. 
Arthur Perry Greenleaf. 
William Joseph Brewster. 
Theodore Mount Peck. 

John Nether Lewis, Jr. 

John Thomson Dallas. 

Leonard Enos Todd. 

John Henry Fitzgerald, Jr. 
Fred'k Dashiels Buckley. 
Alonzo Johnson. 
Herbert Noel Cunningham. 
William Penfield Waterbury. 
Charles Austin Tibbals. 
Harry Ernest Robbins. 
f Floyd Steele Kenyon. 
i Arthur Boxer Crichton. 

Kenneth Mackenzie. • 
Henry Swinton Harte. 
John Hardenbrook Townsend 
Charles Amasa Marks. 
John Hardenbrook Townsend 
Fred'k Wm. Harriman, D.Du 
Hiram Van Kirk. 
George W. Phillips, D.D. 
Alexander Hamilton. 
Arthur P. Greenleaf. 
Robert William Cochrane. 



Andrews, William Given, D.D.. r. em., 
Guilford. 

Bamette, Francis W.. Newtown. 

Beckwith, Isbon Thaddeits, D.D., Hartford. 

Bingham, Joel Footer D.D., L.H.D.. Hart- 
ford. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Biddle, Jacob A., arch-d.. So. Manchester* 
Bishop, Ellis. Southborough, Mass. 
Brenton, Cranston, Professor, Trinity Col- 
lege. Hartford 
Buck, George, Milldale. 
Burras, J. W.. Richmond Hill, S. I. 



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Binnes 

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Bowen« ]3avid, curate, New York. 

Carey, Neilson Poe, off. New York. 

Coburn, Aaron C, off. New York. 

Cole, Frederick B., Warren, R. I. 

Coleman, John, Brighton, England. 

Coley, James £., Westport. 

Dean, Wilfrid Hine, r. em., Windsor. 

Eddy, Clayton, curate. New York. 

Ely, Foster, D.D.. rec. cm., Stamford. 

Frana, John Cyril, Bridgeport. 

Gammack, Tames, LL.D., West Hartford. 

Garfield, Nathaniel Lyon, New Haven. 

Gilliland, John Dickson, Bristol. 

Goodwin, Francis, D.D., Hartford. 

Goldsborouffh, Alfred, Bridgeport. 

Griswold, George Chapman. D.D.. Guilford. 

Hart, Samuel, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L., Dean, 
Berkeley Div. School, Middletown. 

Harriman, Charles Jarvis, Windsor, 

Hawk, Willis Bixler, off. Bloomingdale, 
N. Y. 

Heffler, George H., miss., Hartford. 

Hoskins, Francis David, Sec., Societv In- 
crease of the Ministry, Hartford. 

Jefferson, Ralph Thomas, Darien. 

Jessup, Emerson, Westneld, Mass. 

Judd, Charles, off. Chatham, N. Y. 

Kellev, Charles Wallace, Washington, D. C. 

Knight, Franklin, off. Holyoke, Mass. 

'Luther, Flavel S., Ph.D., LL.D., President, 
Trinity College, Hartford. 



McGinnis. Adelbert, off. Crescent City.Fla. 

Miller, Alan son Douglas, Glen Ridge, N. J. 

Morrison, William H., Rhinebeck, N. Y. 

Mulford, Roland Jessup, head master, 
Ridgefield. 

Nies, James Buchanan, Ix>ndon, England. 

Olmsted, William Beach, head master. Pom- 
fret. 

Parker, Reginald R., East Haddam. 

Parker, William, off. Albany, N. Y. 

Parmelee, Edward Wilson, master, Salis- 
bury. 

Phelps, Isaac Newton, New York. 

Pond, Gideon Dy^ r. em., Winsted. 

Quaile, George Emerson, head master, Sal- 
isbury. 

Sawyer, Andrew Linn, Middletown, N. Y. 

Shepard, Charles Norman, Professor, G. 
T. S.. New York. 

Shepard, Peter Lake, r. em., Ointon. 

Sherman, Henry Martyn, Bridgeport. 

Sill, Frederick Herbert, O. H. C, head- 
master, Kent. 

Smith, George Henry, Bristol. 

Sniffen, Everett Birdseye, Stratford. 

Tragitt, Josephus, Seymour. 

Vanderbogart, H. B., prof., Berkeley Di- 
vinity School. 

Walker, Millidge, Hampton, N. B. 

Welton, Ximenus Alanson, Redlands, Cal. 

Whitcome, Ephraim Lord, Poughkeepsie, 

Wildman, Joseph Edmund, r. em., Walling- 
ford. 



DIOCESE OF DALLAS. (A. D. 1895.) 

Limits. — Comprising the counties of Cass, Titus, Upshur, Wood, Rains, Van Zandt, 
Henderson, Navarro, Hill, Bosque, Hamilton, Brown, Coleman, Runnels, Nolan, 
Mitchell, Howard, Martin, and Andrews, together with all the counties lying north 
thereof, in the State of Texas. 

Population (1900), 1,297,422. Area, 40,450 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rev. Alexander Charles Garrett, D.D., LL.D., Bishop. (1874.) Residence,. 

Dallas. 
Secretary of Council. — Edward A. Belsterling, Dallas. 

Assistant Secretary. — The Rev. Edwin Wickens, Box 47, Hillsboro, Texas. 
Treasurer of Council. — Lewis S. Smith. 

Registrar. — The Rev. Edwin Wickens, Box 47, Hillsboro, Texas. 
Chancellor. — John L. Terrell. 
Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. Charles R. D. Crittenton, the Rev. Christian A. 

Roth, the Rev. John Calvin Black, D.D. Lay, Edward A. Belsterling, W. D. Adams, 

Sec, Dallas; Lewis S. Smith. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

At the Convention of the Diocese of Texas, held at Jefferson, Texas, on May 28, i874» 
"final action was taken upon the reduction of the Diocese which had been considered 
in previous conventions and by the General Convention at its last session, the matter 
of making financial provision beinj|[ then considered. On this occasion, a special 
committee reported in accordance with the recommendation of the Bishop, proposing 
the cutting off of large portions of the State (or Diocese) to be formed into the Mis- 
sionary Districts of Northern and Western Texas, according to the lines suggested 
hv the Bishop.*' — (Bishop Gregg in Sketch of the Diocese of Texas, p. 736. The 
rhurch Cyclopedia. Philadelphia. t886.> Tt was admitted a Dioceses at the (General 
Convention of 1805. The General Convention of iqto divided the Diocese, setting off 
all that portion of the State lying west of the Counties of Wichita, Archer, Young, 
Stephens. Eastland and Brown, and e»^cting the Missionary District of North Texas. 

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Church League of the Baptised,— Diocesan Sec, Mrs. G. W. Alston, 807 Besch St., Tex- 

arkana, Tex. 
St. Mary's Institute for Girls, Dallas,— Pres., the Bishop. Chaplain, the Rev. OrviUe 

Melville Xerger. 
H^oman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized August, 1883.] Sec, Mrs. R. S. 

Neblett, 418 W. Third Ave., Corsicana. 
Junior Department, — Sec, Miss Norma Bates, 2105 McKinney Ave., Dallas. 



STATXSTlCa. 



Clergy 

Priests 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions . 
Unorganized Missions and Stations 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



I9IO.* 


19x1. 


26 


26 ' 


43 


39 


46 


^i 


26 


x8 


215 


233 


298 


261 


4,304 


3,943 


233 


239 


1,893 


1.653 


$49,163 


$111,488 



• Statistics of the Undivided Diocese. 

The 17th Annual Council will be held in St. »Matthew*s Cathedral, Dallas, on 
Tuesday, May 14, X912, at 10.30 a. m. 

THE CLERGY. 

THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST. MATTHEW icom, 654), DALLAS. 

Ths BxsHor. 

Dean. — The Very Rev. Harry Tnanis Moore. 

Curate. — The Rev. Francis C. Berry. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — The Rev. Edwin Wickens, the Rev. Bartow Bee Ramage, 

the Rev. Harry Tunis Moore, the Rev. Christian A. Roth. 
General Missionary. — The Rev. Charles R. D. Crittenton, Weatherford. 



PASISHSS AND MISSIONS. 



Allington . . . 
Bonham . . . . 

Bowie 

Brown wood . 
Clarksville . . 
Cleburne . . . 
Comanche . . 
Corsicana . . . 
Dallas 

Decatur .... 
Denison . . . . 

Dublin 

Ennis 

Forney 

Fort Worth . 
(North) . . 

Gainesville . . 
Graham .... 
Greenville . . 
Hamilton . . . 

Hico 

Henrietta . . . 
Grand Saline 



CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS 



St. Mary 

Trinity 73. 

St. Nathaniel 4. 

St. John 78. 

Christ 32. 

Holy Comforter 106. 

St. Matthew 30 . 

St. John 161 . 

All Saints 100. 

Incarnation 335 • 

Ascension 5. 

vSt. Luke 214. 

Trinity 15. 

St. Thomas 24 . 

Holy Trinity 27 . 

St. Andrew 549. 

St. Michael 

Trinity 1310. 

St. Paul 59. 

Holy Spirit 19. 

St. Paul 41 . 

St. Mary 47. 

16. 

St. Aiden 

St. John 



General Missionary. 
Richard Morgan. 
General Missionary., 
John Power. 
Richard Morgan. 
Henry H. Johnston. 
John Power. 
John Calvin Black, D.D. 
Francis Louis Carrington. 
James Thornton Lodge. 
General Missionary. 

Thomas Booth. 
General Missionary. 
General Missionary. 
Bartow Bee Ramage. 
Bartow Bee Ramage. 
Christian A. Roth. 
Louis L. Swann. 
Edwin Wickens. 
Stephen Elliott Prentiss. 
) Thomas Booth. 



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CHUaCHES AND COUU VNICANTI 


CLBBGT. 


Hilbboro 

Honey Grove 


St. Mary 47.. 

St. Mark 23 . . 


Edwin Wickens. 
Richard Moi^ran. 
Charles R. D. Crittenton. 
Edwin Wickena. 


Kaufman ....<• 


Our Merciful Saviour. 21.. 

Good Shepherd 25.. 

Grace 8.. 

St. Peter 57;. 

St. Peter 2.. 

St, James 6.. 


Mineral Wells 


Mineola 


General Missionary. 
Lewis Cass Birch. 
Thomas Booth, 

James de Quincey Donehoo. 

TTinma^ Bonth 


"K^cKinnev 


Morgan .t^i. ...«>--•>**. tv 


Mt Pleasant 


Oak Cliff 


Christ : 97.. 

..................... 10 


Steohensville • 


Paris 


Holy Cross 122.. 

St. Stephen 158.. 

St. Philip 18.. 

Good Shepherd 92.. 

St. Tames ...200. 


John Knox Black, D.D. 
William James Miller. 
Stephen Elliott Prentiss. 
Thomas J. Oliver Curran. 
Joshua Brown Whalings. 
General Missionary. 
James de Quincy Dcmehoo. 
Charles R. D. Crittenton. 
General Missionary. 






Terrell 


Texarkana 


Thurber 


St. John 20 . 


Waxahachie 


St. Paul 12.. 

All Saints 18.. 

Good Shepherd 65.. 


Weatherford 

Wichita Falls 





NONPAROCHIAL. 

Brouse, Henry K., Dallas, Tex. i Keeble, James W., Abilene, Tex. 

Cotton^ Robert Hammond, Minneapolis, 
Minn. I 



DIOCESE OF DELAWARE. ^A. D. 1786.) 



Residence, Bishop- 



Population (1910), 202,322. Area, 2,050 sq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rbv. FsEOERicK JossPH KzNSMAN, D.D., Bishop. (1908.) 
steild, Wilmington. 

Secretary of Convention. — ^John S. Grohe. Wilmington. 

Treasurer of Convention. — Frederick Bringhurst, Wilmington. 

Registrar, — The Rev. Hamilton B. PhelpsL Newark, Del 

Standing Committee. — Clerical^ the Rev. Kensey Johns Hammond, Pres.; the Rev. Ham- 
ilton B. Phelps, Sec; the Rev. Charles Henry Black Turner. Lay, Hon. E. G. Brad- 
ford, Hon. Charles M. Curtis. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The earliest Christian services were by the Rev. Rohks Torkilltts at Fort Christina, now 
Wilmington, in 16^8. Several of the Parishes ot the Diocese were originally Mis- 
sions of the Church of Sweden. The first services of the Church of England were 
by the Rev. John Yeo ^t Newcastle in 1677. 

The Diocese was organized in 1786, shortly before the preliminary General Convention of 
that year, the second session of which was held in Wilmington. The Bishop of Penn- 
sylvania exercised jurisdiction until i8iii. 

At the Convention held on May 26. 1841, the Rev. Alfred Lee, Rector of Calvary Church, 
Rockdale, Pennsylvania, was chosen Bishop. 

First Bishop. — ^Alfred Lbe. Born, September p, 1807. Consecrated, October 12, 2841. 
Presiding Bishop, May 31, 1884. Died, Apnl 12, 1887. 

Second Bishop. — Lezghton Colkman. Born, May 3, 1837. Consecrated, October z8, 
z888. Died, December 14, 1907. 

CHURCH IN8TITUTIONt5. 

Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Mrs. A. D. Gibby, Middletown, DeL 

Daughters of the King. — Diocesan Sec, Miss Fannie Shapleigh, Newark. 

Church Club of the Diocese of Delaware. — Pres., Frederick Brmghurst, Wilmington, DeL 
Sec, George A. Elfiott, Wilmin^n, Del. 

Church League of the Baptised. — Dtocesan Sec, Mrs. Philippa Lloyd Fisher, The Green, 
Dover, Del. 

Girl/ Friendly Society.— Pres., Miss Jane Lea, 1901 Market St., Wilmington. Sec, ICias 
L. S. Chandler. 907 Jefferson St^ Wilmington. 

Dmy Nursery and Free Hospital for Babies, 207 Washington St., fVUmington.Supi., Un. 
Mary £. Wright 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized April, 1885.] Annual meeting: last 
Thursday in May; place fixed at each annual meeting. Sec, Miss Mary Laffertj. 
905 Ddaware Ave., Wilmington. 

Junior Auxiliary.— Sec, Miss Lucy Jackson, laxs Jefferson St., Wilmington, 

The zs6th Annual Convention will meet in Christ Church, Milford, on the 



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Church Edifices 

Organized Fftriihes and IfMons ( 

Unorganized Missions. f 

"Papt^ywtf' ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 
Confirmed • 

Sunday School Teachers 

Snndav School Scholars 

Contributions 



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36 


36 


45 


45 


39 


39 


332 

3>938 

250 

^ 2,377 

$79»3ia 


399 



The 126th Annual Convention will meet in Christ Church, Milford, on the 
second Wednesday in May, 19 13. 

THE CLERGY. 

Thx BisBor. 

Archdeacons. — Wilmington: the Ven. George Calvin Hall, D.D.; Dover: the Ven, Charles 

Henry Black Turner. 
Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — The Ven. George C Hall. D.D., the Rev. Kensey 

Johns Hammond, the Ven. Charles H. B. Turner. 



rAEXSHXS AND UISSIOMS. 



Brandy wine Hundred 

BridgeviUe 

Camden 

Christuma Hundred 

Claymont 

Clayton 

Delaware Qty 

Delmar 

Dover 

£llis Grove 

Georgetown ' 

Hartley 

Hill Crest 

Indian Kiver 

Laurel 

Lewes 

Little Creek 

Little Hill 

Long Neck 

Marshallton 

Middletown 

MUford 

Millsboro 

MUton 

Newark 

New Castle 

Newport 

Rehoboth 

Seaford 

Smyrna 

Stanton 

Talleyville 

Townsend 

Trinity 

Wilmington (3d and Wash- 
ington Sts.) 

(Highlands) 

(8th and Shipley Sts.) . . . 

(Market St. and £Uiott 
Ave.) 



CHURCHXS AKD COMUUNICAHTS 



Grace 20 . 

St. Mary 22. 

St. Paul 44. 

Christ 178. 

Ascension 48 . 

Trinity 22. 

Christ 56. 

All Saints 45. 

Christ 1 09 . 

St. Andrew 

St. Paul 79. 

St. Martin 16. 

Calvary 

St. George 14 . 

St. Philip 94. 

St. Peter loi . 

St. Mark 20. 

St. John 26 . 

Trinity 10. 

St. Barnabas 93 . 

St. Anne 170. 

Christ 80. 

St. Mark 28. 

St. John Baptist 29. 

St. Thomas lob. 

Immanuel 176. 

St. James 14. 

All Saints 16. 

St. Luke 119. 

St. Peter 132. 

St. James 61. 

Grace 20. 

St. Mary 

Trinity 12. 

Calvary 275 . , 

Immanuel 235., 

St. Andrew 465 . , 

St. John 412.. 



John Hariy Chesley. 
Clarence Ernest Ball. 
Benjamin Fish Thompson. 
William H. Laird. 
John Harry Chesley. 
William Henry Grofif. 



Benjamin Fish Thompson. 

Daniel Wilmot Gateson. 
Francis W. R. Arthurs. 
John Harry Chesley. 
Daniel Wilmot Gateson. 

Charles H. B. Turner. 



Lewis Wheeler Wells. 

Percy Lowry Donaghay. 
Ethelbert H. J. Andrews. 
Lewis Wheeler Wells. 
Daniel Wilmot Grateson. 
Hamilton Bancker Phelps. 
John Rigg. 

Ethelbert H. J. Andrews. 
Clarence Ernest BalL 
Francis W. R. Arthurs. 

John Harry Chesley. 
Percy Lowry Donaghay. 
Lewis Wheeler Wells. 

Jos. Russell Peckham, D.D. 
Kensey Johns Hammond. 
Hubert Wetmore WeUs. 

f George Calvin Hall, D.D. 
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PAUSHIS AND MISSIONS. 

Wilmington: 

(Chippey ^t,, near lath).. 
(Chestnut & Adams Sts.) 
(Delaware Ave. & Adams 

St.). 

(7th and Church Sts.) . . . 



CUURCUXSAND COMMUNICANTS 



Matthew 29. 

Michael 23 . 



Trinity 5^7 •• 

Holy Trinity 

(Old Swedes) 300.. 

; Private Chapels 25 . . 



Jos. Russell Peckham, D.D. 

Frederick M. Kirkus. 
5 Frederick M. Kirkus. 
(Albert Edward Qay. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Bond, George M., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Braddock, William L., Mechanicsville, Md. 
Gilreath, George Valerie, Hempstead, N. Y, 
Henry, Henry Ashton, Saratoga, N. Y. 
Honewood, .William, Wilmington. 
Kidder, Charles Holland, West Park, N. Y. 



McKim, John Leighton, Milford. 
Meares, Armand DeR., Delaware City. 
Miller, George Graef, Philadelphia. 
Shaflfer, Herman, Glenside, Pa. 
Wells, Francis Leonard, Bumside, Conn. 



DIOCESE OF DULUTH. (A. D. 1907.) 

Limits. — That portion of the State of Minnesota north of the south line of the counties 
of Big Stone, Stevens, Pope, Steams, Benton, Mille Lacs, Kanabec, and Pine. 

Population (1900), 512,220. Area, 57,000 sq. m. 

Ths Rt. Rsv. Jambs Dcw Morrison, D.D., LL.D., Bishop. Residence, 2131 East Superior 
Street, Duluth, Minn. 

Secretary of the Convocation. — ^The Rev. Frank C Coolbaugh, 415 Avenue D, Cloquet. 

Assistant Secretary. — The Rev. Edward Spencer Murphy, Wadena. 

Registrar. — The Rev. E. Spencer Murphy, Wadena. 

Treasurer. — J. W. Lyder, Jr.. Duluth. 

Chancellor.— T\ie Hon. Page Morris, Duluth, 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. Heman F. Parshall, Pres.; the Rev. Frank C 
Coolbaugh, the Rev. James G. Ward, the Rev. Joseph R. Alten, Sec. Lay, J. H. 
Beatty, M.D., St Cloud; W. E. Magner, J. A. Brown, George H. Crosby. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

Upon a memorial from the Diocese of Minnesota praying that a certain portion of that 
Diocese be set apart as a Missionary District, the General Convention, on October 18, 
1895, constituted the Missionary District of Duluth. 

Authority having been given to the House of Bishops to proceed to an election during the 
recess of the General Convention, a special meeting of the House was held at the 
Church Missions House, New York City, on Tuesday and Wednesday. October 30 
and 21, i8p6, at which the Rev. James Dow Morrison, D.D., was elected. 

In 1907 the Missionary District was organized as a Diocese, and on Octdber 7» 1907, was 

admitted into union with the General Convention. ^ ^ . .. .. ...^ 

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Lgagut 
River, Minn. 

Daughters of the King.— Diocesan Sec, Miss Mary Gibson, Duluth. 

GirU^ Friendly Society.— Pres,, 

Indian Hospital, White Earth. — Chaplain, the Rey. J. Johnston. 

St. Luke's Hospital, Duluth.— Pres., Rev. Albert W. Ryan, D.C.L. Sec, and Tremt,, 
Henry Taylor. Supt., Miss Frances £. Smith. 

fVoman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized November, 1895.] Annual meeting: 
immediately following diocesan convention. Cor. Sec. and Treas*, Mrs. A. H. Brocfr> 
elhurst, ;>o8 zsth Ave., East, Duluth. 

Junior Department,— Sec, Mrs. E. J. Bardwell, 527 Third Ave., E., Duluth. 



Diocesan Paper, — "The Duluth Giurchman/' Duluth. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions. 

Unorganized Missions 

Baptisms , . 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sundav School Scholars 

Contributions . . . . : 




The i6th Annual Convention will be held in June, 181 2, in Trinity Pro-Cathedral, or 
where the Bishop appoints. 



THE CLERGY. 

Thb Bisrof. 

PRO-CATHEDRAL, TRINITY CHURCH icom. 202), DULUTH. 

(20th Avenue and E. Superior Street) 

Dean. — ^The Very Rev. Arthur Hunter Wurtele. 

Archdeacon. — ^The Ven. Heman Frank Parshall, Cass Lake, Minn. 

Rural Deans.— Rtd River Valley: the Rev. James G. Ward; Mississippi Valley: the Rev. 
Theodore C. Hudson; Duluth: the Rev. Frank Durant. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — The Rev. Frank C Coolbaugh. the Rev. Albert Carswell; 
the Rev. James Grant Ward, the Rev. George E. Piatt, the Rev. Joseph R. Alten. 



PAEISHU AND MISSIONS. 



Aitkin 

Alexandria 
Ashley .... 
Aurora . . 



CHURCHES AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



St. Johannes (Swedes) 34.. 

Emmanuel 38.. 

St. John 18.. 

14.. 



Samuel Lewis Mitchell. 
Samuel Lewis Mitchell. 
Albert Carswell. t 

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VARXSHU AMD MISUONS. 



Barnetville .... 

BevdjOcy 

Beaudette ..... 

BcauUeu 

Bcmidji 

Bninerd 

Breckenridge .. 
Brown's Valley 

Cam Lake 

Ooqtiet 

Coleraine 

Crookston 

Detroit 

Duluth (West) 



(Lakeside) .. 
(Lake Ave.) 



(28th Ave. West). 
Eagle Bend .....*••. 
£ast Grand Forks .. 

Eveleth 

Ebro 

Fergus Falls 

Glenwood 

Graceville 

Grand Rapids 

HallDck , 

Hayland 

Hibbing .., 

Hinckley 

International Falls . 

Lake Park 

Little Falls , 

Marble 

Mcintosh , 

Melrose 

Mentor , 

Milaca 

Moorhead 

Mora 

Ortonville 

Park Rapids 

Paynesville 

Perham , 

Pine City 

Princeton 

Rice's 

Richwood . . .* , 

Royalton ., 

St. Cloud , 

St. Vincent 

Sandstone 

Sauk Centre 

Sauk Rapids ....... 

Staples 

Swanville 

Thief River Falls ... 

Two Harbors 

Tower , 

V erndale 

Virginia 

Wadena 

War Road 

Williams 

Willow River 



CHURCUn AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



St. Bartholomew 24 

St. John 8 



Epiphany 66 

St. Bartholomew 42 

St. Paul 105 

^t. Paul 16 

St. Luke XI 

St. Peter t 43 

St. Andrew 98 

Good Shepherd ..w.... 40 

Christ 91 

St. Luke 52 

Holy Apostles 70 

St. Andrew by the Lake 38 

St. John 84 

St. Paul 680 

St. Peter 65 

Emmanuel 80 

All Saints 17 

St. John 29 

St. Philip 20 

St. James 125 

St. Paul 17 

Gethsemane 19 

Holy Communion 31 

St. John 58 

3 

Christ 80 

Trinity 8 

Holy Trinity 37 

St. jTohn (Swedes) ... 18 
Trinity 99 



Trinity IS 

Good Shepherd 3 

St. Luke 6 

St. John 71 

St. James 10 

St. John 22 

30 

St. Stephen 38 

Redeemer 3 

Grace 13 

Hope 22 

Union Chapel 16 

The Holy Apostles ... 8 

Grace 57 

St. John 208 

Christ 39 

7 

Good Shepherd 68 

Grace 41 

St. Alban 50 

3 



St. Paul 24 

St. Mary 15 

7 

St. Paul 45 

St. Helen 37 

St. Peter 22 

St. James 5 

St. Jude 7 



Joseph Ralten. 

J. Johnston. 

Edward C. Kah-o-sed. 

Joseph R. Alten. 

Hemaa FraxUc ParshalL 
Frank C Coolbsngli. 
J. Mason. 



Ellsworth B. Collier. 
Arthur Hunter Wurtelc. 

5 Albert W. Ryan, D.CL. 

I Richard Smith Read. 
William Eugene Hamuuin. 
Erik Forsberg. 
John Keble Burleson.* 
Albert CarswelL 
William Davis Smith. 
James Grant Ward. 



John G. Larsen. 

Isaac Houlgate.* 
Frank Durant. 
Isaac Houlgate.* 
Bernard Campbell. 

i George E. Piatt. 
J. Mason. 

Samuel Lewis Mitchell. 

Isaac Houlgate.* 
Delbert F. Thompson. 
Isaac Houlgate.* 

Heman Frank Parshall. 

Theodore C Hudson. 

Edward Spencer Murphy. 

Isaac Houlgate.* 

Isaac Houlgate.* 

George E. Piatt. 

J. Johnston. 

George E. Piatt. 

Arthur Wadsworth Famum. 

James Ellis Kimberley. 

Isaac Houlgate.* 

Samuel L. Mitchell. 

Arthur Wadsworth Famum. 

Thomas J. E. Wilson. 

(5corge E. Piatt. 

Archdeacon Parshall. 



Albert CarswelL 
Edward Spencer Murphy. 
} Bernard Campbell. 



saac Houlgate.* 



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INDIAN MISSIONS. 



MISSIOKIL 



Bcna 

Bend of River (Ebro) 
Cms Lake 



Cross Lake . 
Leech Lake 
Onigum ... 



Ponsford . . 

Red Lake Agency, 

Chief's Village (Redby) . . 
Red Lake ....! 



Twin Lakes (Nay-Tah- 

Waush) 

White Earth Agency . . 

Wild Rice Rapids 



CHUICHU AMD 
OOMMUNICANTl. 



St. Matthew 32. 

St. Philip 17. 

Prince ot Peace 27. 



Good Shepherd 37 . . 

St. John (Mercer Me- 
morial) 39.. 

Breck Memorial 44.. 

St. Antipas 41 . . 

St. John in the Wil- 
derness 69 . . 

Samuel Memorial 37.. 

St. Columba 160.. 



155 



Charles T. Wright 

Charles T. Wright. 

Frederick W. Smith. 
Louis Manypenny. 

Frederick W. Smith. 
George Smith. 

V Frederick W. Smith. 
Wilkins Davis Smith. 
J. Johnston. 
Wilkins Davis Smith. 



NONPAROCHIAL. 



GilfiUan, Joseph Alexander, Washington, 
D. C. 

Hart, Mark, Redby. 



Manypenny, Lewis. 

Fritchard, Samuel, Hibbing, Minn. 



DIOCESE OF EAST CAROLINA. (A. D. 1883.) 

Limits. — The following nine counties in North Carolina: ^Hertford, Bertie, Martin, POt, 
Greene, IV ay ne, Sampson, Cumberland, and Robeson, and such other parts of the 
State of North Carolina as lie between them and the Atlantic Ocean. 

Population (1890), 465,776. Area, 17,470 sq. m. 

Ths Rt. Rsv. Robsrt Stkangx, D.D., Bishop. (1904.) Residence, ^^Imington, N. C 

President of Council, — The Rev. Nathaniel Harding, Washington, N. C. 

Secretary of Council and Registrar, — ^The Rev. Frederick Nash Skinner, Beaufort, N.'C 

Treasurer, — ^Thomas D. Meares, Wilmington. N. C. 

Chancellor. — George Rountree, Wilmington, N. C 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. Nathaniel Harding, Pres,; the Rev. Robert B- 

Drane, D.Dw, the Rev. Frederick Nash Skinner, Sec. Lay. George H. Roberts, F. R. 

Rose. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The earliest services of the Church of England were held by the Chaplain whose name is 
not known, of Sir Walter Raleigh's expedition to Roanoke Island in 1587, when Vir- 
ginia Dare and Manteo the Indian chief were baptized. 

In May, 1883, the Convention of North Carolina approved a division of the Diocese. On 
October as, 1883, the General Convention gave its assent. 

First Bishop. — Alfred Augustin Watson. Born, August 21, 1818. Consecrated, April^ 
17, 1884. Died, April 21, 1905. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Miss M. C. Roberts, 109 Pollock St., 

New Bern, N. C. 
Daughters of the King. — Diocesan Sec, Miss Susan Harding, Kinston, N. C. 
GirW Friendly Society.-^Mm E. D. Windley. 150 Middle St., New Berne, N. C, See. 
St. Mary's School, Raleigh.^Rector, the Rev. G. W. Lay. 

Thompson Orphanage and Training Institute, Charlotte. — Supt., the Rev. Walter J. Smith. 
Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized May, 1888.] Annual meeting: tinw 

and olace of Diocesan Council. Sec. Miss Susan R. Collier, Goldsboro, N. C 
Junior Department. — Sec, Mrs. F. R. Rose, Fayettevillc. 



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•TATXITICi. 



Oergy .^ 

Prietta Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions .. 
Unorganized Missions and Stations. 

Baptisms 

Confirmed • ••••••••.. 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Parish School Teachers 

Parish bchool Scholan 

Industrial School Teachers 

Industrial School Scholan 

Contributions • .• 



1910. 



X911. 



34 


30 


3 


a 


76 


79 


5* 


5» 


34 


34 


332 


349 


403 


335 


S,oii 


5.099 


43a 


431 


3,33a , 


3.521 


4 


5 


aas 


las 


13 


15 


III 


x6i 


■$S8.S94 


$65,405 



The 29th Annual. Council will meet in St. Paul's Church, Edenton, N. C, 
on Saturday, May 19, 19x2. 

THE CLERGY. 
Thx Bxihop. 
Bishop's Examinine Chaplains.— Tht Rev. Robert Brent Drane, D.D., the Rev. Nathaniel 
Harding, the Rev. Claudius F. Smith, the Rev. Thomas P. Noe, the Rev. William 
H. MUton, D.D. 
Deans. — Convocation of Edenton: the Rev. Claudius F. Smith. Convocation of Wilming- 
1;on: the Rev. Thomas Pasteur Noe. Convocation of New Bern: the Rev. John Ham* 
mond Griffith. 
Archdeacon of Coloured fKor*.— The Ven. William George Avant. D.D., New Bern, N. C 



VAKISRIS AHD UISUOMS. 



Atkinson 
Aurora .. 



Avoca 
Ayden 
Bath . 



Beaufort 



Beaufort County 
(Chocowinity) 
(Tessama) .... 

Belnaven 



Boardman 

Bonnerton 

Burgaw 

Camden County .... 

Clinton 

Columbia 

Craven County 

Cumberland County 
Edenton 



Edward 

Elizabeth City 



Fairfield ... 
Faison ..... 
Farmville .. 
Fayetteville 



Gatesville 
Goldsboro 



Greenville 



CHUSCHSSAND COMUUHICANTS 



St. Thomas 13. 

Chapel of the Cross...! 13. 

Coloured Mission xo. 

Holy Innocents xo. 

St Tames i5. 

St. Thomas 39- 

St Paul 50. 

St Clement 28. 

Calvary 

Trinity 30. 

Zion X40. 

St James 67. 

St Mary 40. 

St Judc 12. 

St John 29. 

St Mary 9- 

St. Joseph 17 • 

St Paul 31. 

St Andrew 23. 

St Thomas 10 . 

St Thomas 

St Paul 114- 

St. John Evangelist 37 . 

Redeemer 23 . 

Christ : 168. 

St Philip 25. 

All Saints 

St Gabriel 9. 

Emmanuel 17 . 

St John . . . '. ) 409 . 

St. Philip J 

St. Joseph 96 . 

St. Marv 29 . 

St Stephen 159. 

Coloured Mission 12. 

St. Andrew 10. 

St Paul 88. 



Edward Wootten. 
John Holland Crosby. 
William George Avant, D.IX 



Joseph W. Fulford. 



Frederick Nash Skinner. 
Junius L. Tavlor, D.D. 
Charles D. Malone. 
Charles D. Malone. 

I Robert Josias Johnson.* 

Edward Wootten. 
John Holland Crosby. 
Joseph E. Williams. 
Qaudius F. Smith. 
Joseph E. Williams. 

Bartholomew F. Huske. 
Charles Noyes Tjmdell. 
Robert Brent Drane, D.D. 
William Tames Herritage. 
John Holland Crosby. 
Claudius F. Smith. 
William George Avant, D.D. 

Joseph E. Williams, 
ohn Hammond Griffith. 
J Charles Noyes TyndelL 

Sandy Alonzo Morgan. 
Walter R. Noe. 
John Hallowell Dickinson. 
John Walter Herritage. 
JWm. George Avant, D.D. 



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167 



PAUSHU AMD MIStSOViL 



Hamilton 

Hertford 

(Winfal) 

Hope Mills 

Hyde County (Lake Landing) 

(Sladetville) 

(Swan Qvarter) 

Kinston 



Lake Waecamaw 

Lenoir County (Seven Spgs.) 

Maxton 

Mnrfreesboro ••• 

New Bern 



OrienUl 

Pantego 

Pitt County (Grifton) 

Plymouth 

Red Springs < 

Roper 



Roxobel •••• 

Scuppemong (P.O.Creswdl) 

(Oreswell) 

Snow HiU 

Sottthport 

Stonewall 

Sunbury (Gates Co.) 

Trenton 

Vanceboro 

Washington 



ft Queen 



WeeksviUe 

Winiamston ..... 

Wilmington (6th 

StsO 

(3d ft Market Sts^ . . 
(3d ft Red Gross Sto.) 
(6th ft Mulberry Sts.) 
(4th ft Orange Sts.) . 

Windsor 

Winton 

Winterville 

Woodville 

Yeatcsville 

Scattered Missions ..... 



CUUaCUBS AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



St Martin 26 

Holy Trinity 90 

Good Shepherd 

Christ 68 

St. (George 45 

St. John 16 



St. Mary 

St. Augustine 



.105 



Holy Innocents 36 

St. Matthew 8 

St Barnabas 7 

Christ 288 

St Cyprian 219 

9 

St. Augustine 

St John $6 

Grace 66 

St Stephen 18 

St Luke SI 

St. Ann 41 

St Mark 23 

St David 58 

Christ 

St. Barnabas 26 

St Philip 18 

3 

St Peter 

Grace 9 

St Paul 40 

St Peter 275 

St Paul 48 

St John 14 

Advent 69 

Good Shepherd 198 

St. James 591 

St John 204 

St Mark 268 

St Paul 40 

St Thomas 72 

St John 21 

St Luke ' 12 

Grace 32 

St Matthew 23 

9 



Morrison E. Bethea. 
Benjamin Skinner Lassiter. 
Benjamin Skinner lASsiter. 
Norvin C. Duncan. 

T. Johnston. 

ohn Hammond Griffith. 

ohn Walter Herritage. 
Zdwzrd Wootten. 
Frederick Nash Skinner. 
Norvin C. Dtmcan. 
Walter R. Noe. 
Bartholomew F. Huske. 
Junius L. Taylor, D.D. 
Bartholomew F. Huske. 

Joseph W. Fulford. 

Norvin C Duncan. 

William James Herritage. 
Morrison E. Bethea. 



John Hammond (jriffith. 
Edward Wootten. 
Bartholomew F. Huske. 
Walter Raleigh Noe. 
Frederick Nash Skinner. 
Charles D. Malone. 
Nathaniel Harding. 
William George Avant, D.D. 
Claudius F. Smith. 
Morrison E. Bethea. 

Thomas Pasteur Noe. 
Wm. Hammond Milton, D.D. 
William Edward Cox. 
William Burton Suthern. 

7 Walter Raleigh Noe. 



L 



oseph W. Fulford. 
Morrison E. Bethea. 



NONPAROCHIAL. 



Bradin, Benjamin Muzzy, South Knoxville, 
Tcnn. 



Carmichael, James, D.D., r. em., Wihning' 

ton, N. C 
Ticknor, Frank B., Dadeville, Ala. 



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EASTERN OKLAHOMA. 

MISSIONARY DISTRICT. 
Limits. — That portion of the State of Oklahoma lying east of the eastern boundaries of 
the Counties of Kay,^ Noble, Payne, Pawnee, Lincoln, Potawottomie, McLain, Garvin, 



Murray, Carter and Love. 

Population, about 8oo,qoo. 



Area, about 30,000 sq. m. 



Tub Rt. Rkv. Tiieodore Payne Thurston, D.D., Bishop, (iqii-) Residence, Muskogee. 
Secretary and Registrar. — ^The Rev. Gilbert A- Ottmann, Tulsa. 
Treasurer. — E. C. Million, McAlester. 
Chancellor.—Th^ Hon. P. C. West, Muskogee. 

Council of Advice. — Clerical, the Rev. Gilbert A. Ottmann, Pres.; the Rev. Samuel G. 
Welles, Sec. Lay, Dana H. Kelsey, J. N. Newcomb. 
HISTORICAL NOTES. 
(See Oklahoma.) 

CHURCH INSTITUTI0N9. 

All Saints* Hospital, McAlester.— Supt., Tames C. Johnston, D.D. 

All Saints* Training School for Nurses, McAlester. — Supt., James C. Johnston, M.D. 

lVoman*s Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized 191 1.] Sec. and Treas., Mrs. C. M. 

Smith, 911 W. Broadway, Muskogee, Okla. Miss Alice J. Hunter, Worker in Eastern 

Oklahoma. 
Junior Department. — Directress, Mrs. John Grainger, McAlester, Okla. 



STATISTICS. 



' Qergy 

Organized Parishes and Missions . . 
Unorganized Missions and Stations 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



X910. 



1911. 



7 
21 




9 
21 

10 


1X2 

289 

1,363 

60 




120 
84 


$20,046 


* $^ 


450 
7,149 



The 2d Convocation will be held at Trinity Church, Tulsa, as the Bishop may appoint 

PARISHES. 



PARISHES 


tnURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS 


CLERGY. 


McAlester 


All Saints 140.. 

Grace 332.. 

Trinity 234. . 


John Grainger. 


M^iskogee . . , . ^ ^ t . t . . ^ . ^ . ^ . 


Hugh J. Llwyd. 
Gilbert A. Ottmann. 


Tulsa 







ORGANIZED MISSIONS. 



Bartlesville 
Bristow . . 
Claremore 
Checotah 
Chelsea ... 
Coalgate . 
Hartshorne 
Hugo .... 
Lehigh . . 
Nowata . . 
Oak Lodge 
Okmulgee 
Pawhuska 
Pryor . . . . 
Sapulpa . . 
Tahlequah 
Vinita . . . 
Wagoner . 



CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS 



St. Luke 60.. 

St. George 8.. 

St. Paul 21.. 

St. Mary 35.. 

Redeemer 42 . . 

St. Peter 

Trinity 8.. 

St. Augustine 29 . . 

St. Andrew 32 . . 

St. Mark 32 . . 

St. John IS.. 

Good Shepherd 19 . . 

St. Thomas 43 . . 

Messiah 14.. 

Good Shepherd 60 . . 

All Saints 18.. 

St. John 44 . . 

St. James 38 . . 



John Arthur Gardner. 
George Crocker Gibbs. 
William Metcalf. 
Samuel Gardner Welles. 

William H. Talmage. 

Francis Paul Keicher.* 
Samuel Gardner Welles. 

George Crocker Gibbs. 

William Metcalf. 
George Crocker Gibbs. 
William Metcalf. 
^obn Arthur Gardner. 
~Hliam Metcalf. 



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UNORGANIZED UISSIONS. 



159 



MianoMK 


COMMUNICANTS. 


CLUaT. 


Ma 




. 18.. 
. II.. 
. 7.. 

. 17.. 
. 4.. 

.. I.. 
. 6.. 
. 4.. 
.ISO.. 




fiiton 


St. Andrew 

Transfiguration 


Samuel Gardner Welles. 


AUuwc 


Samuel Gardner Welles. 


Antlers 




Atoka 






Dtirant ••••• 




Francis Paul Keicher.* 


Muskogee 


St. Philip 


Augustus Caesar Roker. 


Te-xarkana ......t...**-tT. 




Tishomingo ••••• •••«. 


Grace 


Francis Paul Keicher.* 


Weleetka 




George Crocker Gibbs. 


Scattering 





NON-PAROCHIAL. 

Morrow, Charles £., Sapulpa. 



EASTERN OREGON. 

MISSIONARY DISTRICT. 

Limits. — Thai portion of the State of Oregon lying east of the Cascade Mountains, and 
including the coitniies of Ba/ter, Crook, Gilliam, Grant, Homey, Hood River, Klamath, 
Lake, Malheur, Morrow, Sherman, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa, tVasco, and Wheeler. 
Population, 150.000. Area, 65,683 sq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rsv. &OBSRT Lswxs Paddock, D.D.. Bishop. (2907.) Post Office, Hood River. 

Secretary, — ^The Rev. Bertram A. Warren, The Dalles. 

Chancellor.^}. D. Slater, La Grande. 

Tr^owr^.— William L. Allen, The Dalles. 

Council of Advice. — ^The Rev. Charles Quinney, Pendleton; the Rev. Uotoa Herbert 
Gibbs, La Grande; Malcolm Brown, M.D., Hood River; the Hon. >^lliam Smith, 
Baker City. 

HISTORICAL NOTBS. 

On October 3, 1907, a petition from the Diocese of Oregon was presented in both Houses 
of the General Convention ''Asking for the netting apart ox the eastern part of the 
said Diocese as a Missionary District." On October 14, bjr the concurrence of bq^ 
Houses, the cession of territory was accepted, and the Missionary District of Eastern 
Oregon constituted. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized 1908.] 
Garfield St., Pendleton. 



Pres., Mrs. Paralee Hsiley, 303 



Qergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

Unorganized Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sonday School Teadiers 

StrndST School Scholars 

ContriDutiont 



6 


8 


IX 


XX 


6 


6 


9 


9 


134 

103 
716 


U 


x,ooo 


$xi,i6J 


39 
393 


|Z4>375 



19x1. 



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THE CLERGY. 



[1918 



The Bisnop. 
Exatmning Chaplains.— The Rev. Upton Herbert Gibbs, the Rev. Edmund Trew Simpson. 
Gtneral Missionary,— The Rev. Owen F. Jones, Hermiston. 



PAUSHXS AND MISSIONS* 



Baker City ., 
Canyon Oty 

Echo 

H^pner . . . . 
Hood River . 
La Grande .. 

Nyssa 

Pendleton . . 
Prairie City . 
Sumpter . . . 
The Cove ... 
The Dalles . . 

Union 

Vale 

Weston • . . • . 



CHURCHES AND COM M UNICANTS 



St. Stephen 128.. 

St. Thomas 44.. 

8.. 

All Saints 37 . . 

St. Mark 90 . . 

St. Peter 95.. 

24.. 

The Redeemer 162. . 

St. John s.. 

St. Paul 5.. 

Ascension la.. 

St. Paul 98.. 

St. John 10.. 

•Trinity 23-. 

All Sainto 14.. 



J. Neilson Barry. 

Charles Quinney. 

Edmund Trew Simpson 
Upton Herbcft Gtbba. 

Charles Quinney. 



Charles Haeth Powell. 
Bertram Albert Warren. 



Charles Quinney. 



DIOCESE OF EASTON. (A. D. 1868.) 



r#» Ann€, S^mtrsH, Tml- 



(1875.) Resid^nc*, 



Limits.— rA# eounOss of CaroUnt, CecU, Dorehsstsr, Ksnt, Q«#4 
kot, Wieomieo, and Worcestir, in thi State of Maryland, 

Popvlation (1900), i96,oo4. Area, 3,550 sq. m. 

Tbb Rt. Riv. WitUAM PoRBis Adams, D.D., LL.D., D.CL., Bishop. 

Easton, Md. 
Secretary of Convention, — ^The Very Rev. Edward R. Rich, D.D., Easton, Md. 
Assistant Secretary,— The Rev. William Nicholas Weir, Stevensville, Md. 
Treasurer. — William H. Adkins* Eaaton. 
Registrar,— The Rev. Henry Davies, Easton, Md. 
Chancellor, — ^James A. Pearce, Chestertown, Md. 
Standing Committee,— The Rev. James A. Mitchell, Pres,; the Rev. WilUam L ^ 

Rev. David Howard, Sec; the Rev. Woodsworth Young Beaven, the Rev. William A. 

Coale. MdtM 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The earliest services of the Chfirch of En^and were held on Kent Island by the Rev. 
Richard James "for several years anterior to 1637." — (Bishop Lay's Cenetennial Ser- 
mon, 1883.) 

At the Convention of the Diocese of Maryland in 1867, a memorial was presented praying 
"for the erection of the Eastern Shore into a separate and distinct Diocese." After 
reference to a Committee which reported favorably, the Convention granted the prayer 
of the Memorialists, and the Bishop gave his consent. On October .12, 1868, the 
General Convention consented to the Division of the Diocese of Maryland as proposed 
in their memoriaL 

The Primarv Convention met in Christ Church, Easton, on Thursday, November 19, i868» 
when the RL Rev. Dr. Lay was chosen as Bishop. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Tirst Bishop. — Hsnry Champun Lay. Bom, December 6, 2823. Consecrated, October 

<1> 1859* Translated to Easton, April i, 1869. Died, September 17, 1885. 
Church League of the Baptised. — Diocesan Sec.. Mrs. Edward R. Rich, Easton. Md. 
Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Miss Ellen BarroU, Elkton, Md. 

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Daughters of tkg King.'—Diocnam Ste., Mrs. Philemoa Davidfon. EmIoii, Md. 

GirW Friendly Society,— Pr9s„ Miss Alexaader, Perryraic, Md. Sec, 

"Home for Friendless Children of the Eflttem Shore of Maryland."— Free., Un, J. T. 

Keas, Berlin, Md. Treas,, Uiaa Josie P. Dawson. Cor, Sec, Mrt. E. B. Hayward» 

Easton. Matron, Misa Kathcrine Dryden. 
fVofnan*s Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized August^ 1889.] Cor, Sec, 

Wickes, Chestertown, Md. 
Junior Department,— Cor. Sec, Miss L. Wilmer, Chestertown, Md. 



Citrgy 

Priests Ordained .' f 

Church Edifices 

Orgimized Parishes 

Missions 

Baptisms « 

Confimed •••.••••••■•••.•.•••.••••••••••• 

Oommunicants ••••...•••• ••.•.••••••• 

Sunday Sthool Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

OmtrilMitiona • • • . 



1910. 



X911. 



33 


34 




X 


67 


68 


37 


37 


^ 


as 


U3 


141 


3.995 


3,997 


340 


307 


M.730 


t^tU 



The 44th Annual Convention will be held in Trinity Church, Elkton, 
on the first Tuesday in June, 19x3. 

THE CLERGY. 

TRINITY CATHEDRAL (com, 138), EASTON. 
Thb Bishop. 
£>*fl*.— The Very Rer. Edward R. Rich, D.D. 
Bishop's Examining Chaplains.— The Rev. Wordsworth Young Beaven, the Rev. James A. 

MitcheU, the Rev. John Foster Kirk, Jr. 
Rural Deans. — Northern Convocation: the Rev. William Alexander Coale, EarleviUe; 
Middle Convocation: the Rev. James A. Mitchell, Centreville; Southern Convocation: 
the Rev. Thomas B. Barlow, Cambridge. 



PAaiSHXS AND MISSIONS. 



Holy Trinity 

St. John 

St. Mary's Whitechapel .... 

Augustine, Cl^esapeake City. 

North'Eik*;!;!!;!;;!!!;!!! 

North 'SassaVras' !!!!.*!!!!!! 

St. James 

Trinity 



CHuacBas and 

COMMUNICANTS. 



CAKOUNB COUNTY. 

Holy Trinity, 

Greensboro 28. 

St. Paul, Hillsboro ... 41 . 

Christ, Denton ) 82. 

St. Stephen's Chapel.) 

CECIL COUNTY. 



Good Shepherd \ 31 

St. Augustine 

St. Mary, North- 
east 

St. Mary's Chapel, M17. 
Pcrryville 

St. John's Chapel .... 

St Stephen, EarleviUe"? 89. 

Cecilton Chapel j 

St. James, Port De- 
posit 59. 

Trinity, Elkton ) 143. 

St. Andrew (Andora) ) 



V 



R. S. Litsinger. 

William Francis Diddnaon. 

John Gibson Gantt. 



Oliver H. Murphy, D.D. 



William Alexander Coale. 

Alexander W. Seabrease. 
William Schouler. 
Henri M. G. Huff.* 



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Dorchester ••.. 

Eiwt New Market 

Great Choptank 

Vienna 

Cheiter ...•• 

I. 'tv\\\v.\v. \ r.v/.v/.v.v. 

North Kent 

Shrewsbury 

St. Paul 

Christ Church (Kent Island) 
St. Luke « 

St Paul 

Wye 

Coventry .•••••.•••••.•••• 

St. Bartholomew ,,,*. 

Somerset ..••«•.•■•••»«.•. 
Wioomiool 

An Saints 

Idles RiTor 

St. MichiiiV.V.Vi!!!!!!!!! 

St. -Vster »•••••••■.••••*•• 

Whitemarsh 



EASTON. 



CBUBCHIS AMD 

COMMUMICAHTl. 



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DoacBssTia county. 

Trinity 17. 

St. Stephen } 60. 

Epiphany, Preston 
Christ, Cambridge . 
St. John's Chapel^ ... [.376. 
St. James' Chapel, 

Maple Dam _ 

St. Paul 39. 

XXITT ^UMTT. 

Emmanuel, Chester- ] 

town >-is8 

Chapel J 

Christ, Worton 46 

St. Clement, Massey. 1 
Hol^ Cross Chapel, \ 68. 

Millington 

Shrewsbury Church. 

St. Andrew's Chapel, j- 64. 

Galfna ............. 

St Paul, Fairlee 159. 

QUnN ANNS COUNTT. 

Christ, Stevensville ... 75 . 

St. Luke, Church HiUl 

St. Andrew's Chapel, >- 143. 

Sudlersville J 

St. Paul, Centreville...i83. 

St. Luke, Wye ] 82. 

St Luke, Queenstown 3 

SOMXBSXT OOUNTT. 



Fair- 



St Stephen, 

mount 

St. Mark, Kingston . . 
St. Paul, Annames- 

sex 

St. Bartholomew, 

Crisfield 76. 

St John's Chapel ... 
St Paul's Chapel ... 
St Andrew, Princess 

Anne ^I57. 

All Saints, Monie . 

Grace, Mt. Vernon ..". 58. 

TALBOT COUMTT. 



All Saints 

Good Shepherd, - 86. 

Cordova , 

All Faith Chapel \ 40. 

Chapel, Tunis ' 

Christ ' 

Holy Innocents, 

Chapel, Oaiborne.. j'i68. 
St Paul's Chapel, 

Royal Oak 

Christ Church, Easton.257. 

St Paul, Trappe 63. 

Holy Trinity, Oxford) 87. 
Grace Chapel f 



John Letcher ShowelL 
Thomas Bennington Barlow. 
John I-etcher Showell. 

Henry B. Martin, D.D. 
Sewell S. Hepburn. 
Conrad R. Bimba^h. 

Herbert William Robinson. 
Tliomas Manley Sharpe. 

William Nicholas Weir. 

Walter Byron Stchl. 



Thomas H. M. Ockford. 

John Vernon Ashworth. 

Qinton H. Weaver, D.D. 
Clinton H. Weaver, D.D. 

l- Wordsworth Young Besves 

John Foster lOrk, Jr. 

Henry Daviea. 

George C Sutton, b.D. 



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PAlIt^IS AMD MlUIOiri. 



Salisbnrv .... 
Spring fim . . 

Stepney 

AU Hallowt .. 

Wofccster • .. 
PocouK^e ..^. 



CHUBCHIS AND 
COMMUNXCANTI. 



WICOMICO COUNTY. ' 

St. Peter, Salisbury... 242. 
St. Paul, Spring 1 

Hill Viis. 

St. Philip, Quantico.. 
St. Bartholomew, 

Green Hill • 37* 

St. Mary, Tyaskin ... 

WOBCSSTKS COUNTY. 

AU Hallows, Snow 
Hill 

Holy Cross Chapel, 
Stockton 

St. Paul, Berlin 

St. Martin M5z* 

St. Paul, Ocean City. 

St. Mary, Pocomoke 
City -•••I 92. 

St. Stephen's Chap- 
el, Nassawaddux. .. 



David Howard. 

f William Henry Darbie. 

WmUm Frederick Allen. 

Sidney Albion Potter. 
Louis Llewellyn Williams. 



NONPAROCHIAL. 



Butler, William C. Baltimore, Md. 
Greene, William Wallace, Cambridge, Md. 

Mitchell, Tames A., Rector Emeritus, Ccn 
treville. 



Taylor, Jesse C, Baltimore. 
Ware, Albert, r. em., Massey, Kent Co. 
Woolford, William Gillis, Princess Anne, 
Md. 



ERIE. (A. D. 1910,) 

Limits. — The Counties of Erie, Crawford, Warren, McKean, Mercer, Venango, Forest, 
Eik, Cameron, Clarion, Jefferson, Clearfield and Lawrence, in the northwestern part 
of the State of Pennsylvania. 

Population (19 10), 7x5,059. Area, 9,142 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rev. Rogers Israel, D.D., Bishop. (19x1.) Residence, 349 West Sixth St., Erie. 

Secretary,~r-T)i^ Rev. Frank Thurber Cady, Port Allegany. 

Treasurer. — ^Turner W. Shacklett, Erie. 

Registrar. — The Rev. L. M. A. Haughwout, Meadville. 

Historiographer.-^ ^ 

Chancellor. — Hon. Albert B. Osborne, Erie. 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rey. Martin Aigner, the Rev. John Edward Reilly, 

D.D., Sec: the Rev. William Strother Jones, D.D., the Rev. William Henry Jones. 

Lay, E. V. D, Selden, H. K. Gregory, John Dick, Harry A. HalL 

HiiSTORICAL NOTES. 

(See Pennsylvania, Bethlehem, Harrisburg, and Pittsbargh.) 

CHURCH IN8TITUTldN& 

Church Periodicml Cluh.^Diocesan Correspondent, Miss Adelaide Kelley, North Girard, Pa. 
Woman's Auxiliary Diocesan Branch. — [Organized 191 x.] Sec, Miss Louise Bostwick, 
XI 24 Elk St, Franklin. 



Junior Department,-^ec., Miss Amelia Brooks, Erie. 



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STATISTICS.* 



Qergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions ) 

Unorganised Missions and Stations j 

Baptisms 

Confirmations 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Parish and Industrial School Teachers 

Parish and Industrial School Scholars 

Contributions 



X91X. 



a8 

"48 

54 

370 
apS 

6,816 
320 

2,68s 

$99»4I5 



The sd Annual Conyention will meet in Trinity Church, New Castle, Pa., May 21, X9xa. 

THE CLERGY. 



Archdtacon of Ridgway, — The Ven. Reginald S. Radcliffe, Ridgway. 
Archdeacon of MeadtvilU, — ^The Rer. David E. S. Perry, D.D. 

Bishop's Examming Chqplains.—Thc Rev. L. M. A. Haughwout, the Rev. William H. 
Jones, the Rev. D. £. S. Perry, D.D. 



PARISHES AND MIMIONS. 



Bradford 

Brookville 

Cambridge Springs 

Qearfield 

Coalport 

Conneautville 

Corry 

DuBois 

Eldred 

Ellwood City 

Emporium 

Erie 



Fairview 

Foxburg 

Franklin 

Gazzam 

Gcarhartville (Decatur) 

Greenville 

Hawk Run (Ashcroft) . 

Houtzdale 

Johnsonbuiv 

Kane 

Kinzua 

Lawsonham 

Meadville 

Mercer 

Mt. Jewitt , 

New Castle 



North East .. 
North Girard 

Oil City 

Osceola Mills . 

Pardoe 

Polk 

Port Allegany 
Punxsutawney 
Reynoldsville 
Ridgway 



CHURCHBS AND COMMUNICANTS 



Ascension 301. 

Trinity 16. 



St. Andrew 99 . 



Trinity 13. 

Emmanuel IS3 . 

Our Saviour 157 . 

St. Mktthew 19. 



Emmanuel 125 . 

St. Mark 350. 

St. Paul 667. 

Trinity 296 . 



Our Father 72. 

St. John 413. 



St. Saviour 47 . 

St. Clement 110. 

Good Shepherd ii4« 

Holy Trinity 69. 

St. Martin 21. 

St. John 97 . 

St. Luke 17. 

Holy Communion 10. 

Christ 465. 

St. Edmund 22. 

St. Margaret 36. 

Trinity 510. 

St. Andrew 80. 

Holy Cross 70 . 

Grace- 35. 

Christ 566. 

St. Lawrence 81. 

St David 



St. Joseph 71. 

Christ 86 . 



I Grace 248. 



Henry Mitchell. 
Henry Mitchell. 
Joseph Francis John. 
Joseph Francis John. 
The Archdeacon. 
Giles Herbert Sharpley. 
George Fletdier Potter. 
William Elmer Van Dyke. 
Joseph Francis John. 
Martin Luther Tait. 
Frederick Searl Gray. 
William Strother Jones, D.IX 
Arthur S. Payzant. 



Martin Aigner. 
Joseph Francis John. 
Carroll Nevada Smith. 
William Ruddy Holloway. 
) Carroll Nevada Smith. 



L 



enry Mitchell. 
Clarence Mortimer Conant. 



Lefford M. A. Haughwout. 
David E. S. Perry, D.D. 
Clarence Mortimer Conant. 
David E. S. Perry, D.D. 
Robert G. Roscamp, D.D. 



John Edward Reilly, D.D. 
Carroll iMevada Smith. 
David E. S. Perry, D.D. 
Martin Aigner. 
Frank Thurber Cady. 
John Montgomery Rich. 
John Montgomery Rich. 
Reginald S. Radcliffe. 
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165 



PABISHIS AND MIUIOITI. 



Sharon . . . . 
Smetbport . 
(East) .. 
Sugar Hill 
St. Mary^s . 
Tidioute ... 
Titusville .. 
Townville . 
Union City 
Uniontown 
"Warren . . . 
Waterford . 
Youngsville 



CHURCHIS AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



St. John 431.. 

St. Luke 230.. 



Intercessor la. 

St. Agnes 44- 

Christ 35. 

St. James 170. 

Calvary 

St. Matthew 

Trinity . . . .' . . . .' .* .' . .' .'.406! 

St. Peter 40. 

St. Saviour 19 . 



Edward James Owen. 
William Elmer Van Dyke. 



.eginald S. RadcUffe. 
Henry MitchelL 



The Archdeacon. 
Walworth Cady. 
Martin Aigner. 
William Henry Jones. 
Walworth Cady. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 
McCandless, John Heber, Smethport, Pa. 



DIOCESE OP FLORIDA. (A. D. 1838.) 

Limits.— T^« portion of tho Statt of Florida lying north of and including tho eounttos 
of Levy, Alaehna, Putnam, and St, John's, 

Population (1900), 358,196. Area, 31,919 iq. m. 

Thk Rt. Rxv. Edwin Gasones Wno. D.D., Bishop. (x886.) Rotidtnes, Jacksonvillt. 

Secretary of Council,— The Rev. Walter Theodore Cavell, Lake City. 

Assistant Secretary. — ^The Rev. George H. Harrison, Jacksonville. 

Treasurer of Diocese, — ^Telfair Knight, Jacksonville. 

Registrar,— Tht Rev. Brooke G. White, Jacksonville. 

Chancellor, — W. W. Hampton, Gainesville. 

Standing Committee,— Clerical, the Rev. Van Winder Shields, D.D., Pres.; the Rev, 

John H. Brown, the Rev. L. Fitz-James Hindry. Lay, George R. De Saussure, H. £. 

Dotterer, George C. Bedell. 



HISTORICAL NOTES. 



The 



earliest services of the Church of England were by the Rev. John Forbes at St. 
Augustine in 1764, under the auspices of the venerable Propagation Society. Upon 
the recession to Spain by Great Britain in 1783 the services of the Roman Catholic 
Church were re-established. 

After the cession to the United States in 1821, the Rev. Andrew Fowler of South Caro- 
lina became Minister of St. Augustine and- Missionary in a large circuit 

In January, 1838, the Primary Convention was held and the Diocese organized. There 
were then seven Parishes and six Clergymen in the State. They were placed under 
the charge of the Rt. Rev. Dr. Elliott of Georgia. Bishop Bowen of South Carolina 
had previously visited the State. In 18^1 the Rev. Francis Huger Rutledge, Rector 
of St. John's Church, Tallahassee, was elected Bishop. 

First Bishop. — Francis Huger Rutlndgs. Born, 1799. Consecrated, October 15, 1851. 
Died, November 6, x,866. 

Second Bishof. — ^John Freeman Young. Born, October 30, 1820. Consecrated, July 2$, 
1867. Died, November 15, 1885. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church Club of Jacksonville. — Pres,, G. R. De Saussure, Jacksonville. Sec, Marlow I. 

Upson, lacksonville. 
Church Periodical Club, — Diocesan Correspondent, Mrs. J. £. Hartridge, 846 Riverside 

Ave., Jacksonville. 
Daughters of the King. — Diocesan Sec, Mrs. John G. Ruge, Apalachicola. 
Sf. Mary's School. Palatka; Emmanxtcl School, St. Nicholas; St. Avs»sHne*s School, 

Gainesville. (Schools for Coloured Children.) Mrs. Tebeau's Diocesan School (for 

White Children). 

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Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch^, — [Oriaiuced 2879.] AaniiiS meeHng: t&iie «ad 

place of Diocesa^ Convention. Cor, Sec, Mrs. J. S. Arnold, Jacksonville. 

Junior Department, — Sec, and Treas., Mrs. A. B. Vance, Jacksonville. 



StATISTZCI. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Charch Edifices 

Organized PdHshes and Missions . 
Unorganized Missions and Stations 

Baptisms < . . 

Confirmed 

Communicants • , 

Sunday School Teachers , 

Sundav School Scholars 

Contributions 



19x0. 



191 x« 



36 


36 


.... 


• • • • 


• . . • 


• • • • 


48 


43 


IS 


IS 


310 


305 


4.083 


203 
4.066 


309 


207 


1,544 


$97,879 



The 69th Annual Council will meet in the Church of the Good Shepherd, 
Jacksonville,, on Wednesday, May 15, 19 12. 



THE CLERGY. 
Ths Biihop. 



Middle: the Ven. Curtis Gruh. 



Archdeacons. — Eastern: the Ven. 
Western: the Ven. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains.-^Tht Rev. Van Winder Shields, D.D., the Rev. Walter I. 
Cavell, the Rev. William Wyllie, the Rev. John H. Brown. 



PAUSHIS AND MXltlONS. 



Alton (Lafayette Co.) 

ApaUchicola 

Arredondo 



Ctrrabelle 

Cedar Key 

Crescent Citv "•*.*.'.'. 
De Funiak Springs 

Dowling Park 

Federal Point 

Femandina 



Fort Geonee 

Fulton 

nesviUe .. 



Glen St. Mary 

Goulding 

Greenville ......... 

Green Cove Springs 

Hibemia 

High Springs 

Huntington 

Interlachen 

Jacksonville 



Lake aty . 
Uve Oak . 
Uojds ,,.. 
Jjont Star . 
Macdenny 



CHUBCHBS AND COUMtTNICANTS 



St. John 12.. 

Trinity 100.. 



Ascension 8. 

Christ 19. 

4. 

Holy Comforter 36. 

St. Agatha 26. 



St. Paul 18. 

Good Shepherd 41 . 

St. Peter 100., 

St. George 22,, 

Our Saviour 2 . , 

Holy Trinity 170.. 

St. Augustine X4«' 



Epiphany 



St. Mary 

St. Margaret 

St. Bartholomew 16.. 

All Saints 

St. Andrew 3.. 

Good Shepherd 331 •• 

St. Andrew . . '. 211.. 

St. John 1,034.. 

St. Mary 106.. 

St. Philip 170.. 

St. Stephen 19.. 

St. James 50.. 

St. Luke 40 . . 

St. Clement xx.. 

Good Shepherd 

St. James 14.. 



Curtis Grubb. 

Thomas James Purdue. 



Thomas JameiB Purdue. 
Henry Harris. 
Wjlliam Brayshaw. 
Adalbert McGinnis.* 
Andrew C. S. Smyth, D.D. 
Archdeacon Grubb. 

I Lionel Adelbert Wye. 

Henry Wilmer Ticknor. 
Raymond Harold Edwards. 
John Speight 
Archdeacon Grubb. 
William Beecher Allen. 
Curtis Grubb. 



Walter Theodore Cavell. 
Adelbert McGinnis. 

John Lindsay Patton. 

Van Winder Shields, D.D. 
George Hendree Harrison. 
Montraville E. Spatches. 
George Hendree Harrison. 
Walter Theodore Cavell. 
Clarence Croft Leman. 
John T. Lfewis. 

Curtis Grubb. 

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rAMUHIS AMD MIMIOMl. 



Marianna ... 
Mayport .... 

MdroM 

Miltofi 

Monticello ... 
New Berlin . 
Orange i*ark 

Pablo Beach 
PalAtka 



Penaaoola 



Qidiicy 

San Ml 



Mateo 



St. Nicholai 

Sovth Atiington 
South JaeksonviUe 
Starke 



Tallahaaaee 



Waldo 

Warrinfton . . . 
Watcrtown . . . 

Welaka , 

Wewahitchka .. 
White Springs 



CKnacBia Axn 

COMMUJIICAirTS. 



St. Mary i6. 

Our Saviour 1 1 . 

St. Luke 43. 

6. 

Trinity iS- 

St. Mary 20. 

Christ 52* 

Our Merciful Saviour.. 17. 

Grace 2. 

St. Paul by the Sea... 13. 

St. Mark 158. 

St. Mary 27. 

Christ .386. 

St. Cyprian 51. 

St. Katharine 78 . 

St. Paul 48. 

St. Matthew 10. 

St. Cyprian 52. 

Trinity 227 . 

Emmanuel 17. 

St. Paul 18. 

All Saints '. . 49 . 

St. Mark 20. 

St. John 152. 

St. Michael and All 

Angels 9 . 

St. Paul 12. 

St. John 24. 



Emmanuel 

St. John the Baptist. 
St. Mark 



CLUGT. 



Curtis Grubb. . 

John William Foster, D.D. 

Henry Harris. 
Charles £. McDougalL 
John T. Lewis. 
Allen Judd. 



Philip William Fauntleroy. 
William Wyllie. 
William Thurbcr Wood. 
John Henry Brown. 
David D. Moore. 
WillUm Belcher Allen. 
Locke W. Blackwelder. 
William Wyllie. 
Peter William Cassey. 
L. Fitz James Hindry. 
The Bishop. 

Philip William Fauntleroy. 
Philip William Fauntleroy. 
Henry Harris. ^ . 



[- James H. Davet. 

Henry Harris. 
William Brayshaw. 
Walter Theodore Cavell. 

Thomas James Purdue. 



Hedrick, Charles B., Berkeley 

School, Middletown, Conn. 
Holeman, Francis R., Starke. 
Moran, Samuel, Tallahassee. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 

Divinity 



Scott, Robert, Huntington. 
Thompsort, J. H. W., Femandina. 
Webber. Percy C, Boston, Mass. 
White, Brooke G., Jacksonville. 



DIOCESE OF FOND DU LAC, (A. D. 1875.) 

Limits. — All that port of tho State of WUeonsin lying north and eatt of tho south Un4 of 
Sheyhoygan, Fond du Lac, Green Lake, Marquette, Adams, Wood, and Clark cmm- 
ties, and east of the west line of Range 4 west, continued to the northern boundary 
of the State of Wisconsin, and also such portion of Dodge County as is or may be 
included in the city of Waupun, 

Population (19 10), 825,000. Area, 27,000 sq. m. 

Thx Rt. Rkv. Charles Chapman Grafton, D.D.. LL.D., Bishop. (1889.) Residence, 
Fond du Lac. 

Bishop Coadjutor. — ^Ths Rt. Rev. Reginald Hbber Weller, D.D. 
Lac. 

Secretary of Diocese, — ^The Rev. Lucius D. Hopkins, Big Suamico. 

Assistant Secretary. — The Rev. Francis Spencer Dayton, Oshkosh. 

Treasurer of Diocese.-^Zmtai J. Perry, Fond du Lac. 

Registrar, — ^The Rev. Frank Albion Sanborn. Fond du Lac. 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. Frank A. Sanborn, Pres.; 
ker Curtis. Sec; the Rev. Newell D. Stanley, the Rev. James 
B. Perry, Edwin R. Herren, George L. Field. 



Residence, Fond dn 



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HISTORICAL NOTES. 

On October 7, 1874. the Rev. Franklin R. Haff presented to the House of Deputies a 
memorial from the Diocese of Wisconsin praying for the erection of a new See withih 
its limits. On October 27, a preamble and resolution granting the prayer of the 
memorial was adopted by the House of Deputies, and concurred in by the House of 
Bishops on October 29. 

The Primary Council met at St. Paul's Church. Fond du Lac, on January 7, 1875. when 
the Rev. Leighton Coleman was chosen as Bishop. Dr. Coleman having declined, the 
Rev. Dr. Jacob S. Shi|>man was elected at the Council held on June 0, 1875. Upon 
his declination, a special Council was held on September 15, 1875, when the Re^r, 
John Henry Hobart Brown was elected. 



First Bishop, — ^Johh Hbnrt Hobast Browh. 
December 15, x875- Died, May a, 1888. 



Bom, December 31, 1831. Consecrated^ 



CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Benedictine Monastery, — Abbot, the Bishop. Prior, Brother Francis. 

Church Hospital, Oneida,— Tht Rev. W. Bamaby Thorn. 

Gtris' Friendly Society,—See,, Miss T. Dodd, 107 Third St., Fond du Lac 

Grafton HaU, Fond du Lor.— The Diocesan School for Girls. Warden, the Rev. Bcnja- 

fflin Talbot Rogers, D.D. 
Sisterhood of the Holy Nativity, — Rev. Mother Superior, Katherine Edith, Fond du Lac. 
Mission House of the Holy Natwity, Oneida Indian Resertfaiion,-^lMttn oi the Holy 

Nativity. 
Wontan*s Auxiliary, Diocesan Bnmc^^Organized July, 1884.I Annaal meeting: 

and place designated by the Bishop. Cor. Sec, Mrs. Adelaide King, Waupun. 
Junior Auxiliary, — Sec, and Treas.. Mrs. Gustav W. Zerler, Plymouth. 



Clergy , 

Priests Ordained , 

Church Edifices , 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

Unorganized Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed , 

Communicants , 

Sunday School Teachers 

Snnday School Scholars 

Parish School Teachers 

Parish School Scholars 

Contributions , 



19 10. 



1911. 



46 


49 


3 


3 


54 


SS 


5S 


5$ 


3 





416 


35^ 


21a 


435 


5.267 


5.32r 


200 


2SX 


2.263 


2,062^ 


I 


X 


$67,063 


$66,581* 



The 37th Annual Council will be held at St. Paul's Cathedral, Fond du Lac, 

June 4, 1912. 



THE CLERGY. 

CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST. PAUL (com. 473). FOND DU LAC. 
Thk Bishop. 
Bishop Coadjutor.— The Rt. Rev. Reginald Hebcr Wcller, D.D. 

Examining Chaplains. — ^The Rev. Frank Albion Sanborn, the Rev. Arthur 0. Davis, the 
Rev. William B. Thorn. 

Canons. — ^The Rev. Frank Albion Sanborn, the Rev. Charles Winifred Douglas, the Ven. 
Edgar M. Thompson, the Ven. R. Johnston Campbell, the Ven, Benjamin Talbot 
Rogers, D.D. 

Archdeacons. — Fond du Lac: the Ven. Benjamin Talbot Rogers, D.D.; Stevens Point: 
the Ven. Edgar M. Thompson; Oconto: the Ven. R. Johnston Campbell. 

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rAUSBSS AMD MIMIOMk. 



Abbotaford 

Algonui 

Anuicrat «••••••••• 

Antigo 

Appicton •• 

Ashland 

Bayfield 

Berlin 

Big Suamieo 

Chilton 

Crandon 

Eagle Rirer 

Fish Creek 

Gardner ; 

Grand Rapids 

Green Bay 

Green Bay 

Hayton 

Tacksonport 

Kaukauna 

Manitowoc 

Marinette ••••••••< 

Marshfield 

Medford 

Menaaha 

MerriU 

Mosinee 

Necnah 

Neillsville 

New London 

North Fond du Lac' 

Oakfield 

Oconto 

Omro 

Oneida 

Oshkosh 

Plymontii 

Rhinelander 

Ripon 

Rosendale 

Shawano 

Sheboygan 

Sheboygan Falls .. 

Stevens Point 

Tomahawk 

Two Rivers 

Washburn 

Waupaca 

Waupun 

Wausau 

Westboro 



CRUBCRIS AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



St. Margaret 9' 

St. Agnes by the Lake. 68. 

St. Olaf 29. 

St. Ambrose 80. 

All Saints 151. 

St. Andrew 120. 

Christ 36. 

Trinity 29. 

St. Paul 57. 

St. Boniface 41. 

St. Qement. 8. 

St. Ignatius 34* 

Atonement x . 

Precious Blood 89. 

St. John 79* 

Christ 318- 

Blessed Sacrament .... 84. 
St Michael and All 

Angels 26. 

Holy Nativity 30 . 

All Saints 15. 

St. James 193. 

St. Paul 184. 

St. Alban 50. 

St. Mary 46. 

St. Stephen 53. 

Ascension 40. 

St. James 27, 

Trinity 6. 

St. Luke 8. 

St. John Evangelist ... 36. 

St. Michael 50. 

St. Mary the Virgin... 38. 

St. Mark 137. 

St. John 33. 

Holy Apostles 567 . 

Christ 55- 

Trinity 578. 

St. Paul 146. 

St. Augustine iS5 • 

St. Peter 178. 

St. Mark i. 

St. John 17. 

Grace 148. 

St. Peter 69. 

Intercession 314. 

St. Barnabas 49 . 

St. Paul 8. 

St. John 20. 

St. Mark ^.. 84. 

Trinity 144 . 

St. John 90. 

St. Philip 28. 



Arthur Qu 
Lucius D. 



Charles E. Huntington. 
Harry Wood Blackman. 

Alfred Wilson Griffin. 
Irving Spencer. 
^Albion Herbert Ross. 

lumcy Davis. 

. Hopkins. 
Anton A. Mueller. 
Alfred Nugent Samwell. 
Alfred Nugent Samwell. 

Leo Mouthuy. 

Tames Francis Kieb. 
Jean Baptiste Gauthier. 

Anton A. Mueller. 
Joseph Jameson. 

John Oliphant. 
Wm. Henry Willard-Jones. 
Hubert M. S. Walters. 
Charles Edward Huntington. 

Hermann F. Arens. 
Herman F. Arens. 
B. P. T. Jenkins. 

Hubert M. S. Walters. 
William Thomas Reynolds. 
" Henry Byron Sanderson. 



Johnston CampbelL 
Francis Spencer Dayton. 
(William Bamaby Thorn. 
) George Shelton.^ 
Francis Spencer Dayton. 
John W. Greenwood. 
Doane Upjohn. 
J[ames Madison Johnson. 
^ Arthur C. Chapman. 



Wi 



illiam Charles Bimson. 
Alonzo Parker Curtis. 
Newell D. Stanley. 
Edgar M. Thompson. 
Herman F. Arens. 
Archdeacon of Fond du Lac. 
Archdeacon of Stevens Point 

Georse H. S. Somerville. 

(William Everett Johnson. 

I Lawrence Herbert Grant. 
Charles Edward Huntington. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Blyman, John, Oshkosh^ 
Dafter, William, D.D., Marinette. 
Kaltenbach. George H., in Europe. 
Knight, Edwin Ells, Nashotah. 
Meyer, Charles Daniel. 



Vaughan, Jay Russell, Nashotah. 
Viets, Harry Dutcher, Philadelphia. 
"Vincent, William F., Nashotah, Wis. 
Walters, Charles H., Iowa Falls, la. 
Wilson, Edward W. H., Nashotah. 



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DIOCESE OF OEOROJA. (A. D. 1833.) 

Limits.— riki# port of tkt State .of Georgia lyinr south of the boundary Knee of the 
counties of Chattahoochee, Morion, Schley, Macon, Houston, Bibb, Jones, Baldwin, 
Hancock, Warren, WUkes, and Lincoln, as divided by the General Convention of 1907. 

Population (1900), 838,638. Area, 33,279 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rev. Frederick Focke Reese, D.D., Bishop. (1908.) Residence, 2425 Bull St, 
Savannah. 

Secretary of Convention. — ^The Rev. Samuel J. French, Brunswick. 

Assistant Secretary. — ^The Rev. George Croft Williams, Augusta. 

Treasurer. — William K. Miller, Lock Box 225, Augusta. 

Registrar. — ^Beirne Gordon, Savannah. 

Chancellor. — William K. Miller, Lock Box 22<i, Augusta. 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. Charles T. Wright, Pres.; the Rev. George Sher- 
wood Whitney, the Rev. Samuel B. Carpenter. Lay, H. C. Cunningham, Dobbin 
Holmes; Edward S. Elliott, Sec, Real Estate Bank Building, Savannah. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The earliest services were held by the Rev. Dr. Henrv Herbert, who accompanied as 
Chaplain the expedition under General Oglethrope, for the settlement of Georgia, on 
the site of Savannah, on February 12, 1733. Remaining three months, he died on his 
voyage to England. The Rev. Samuel Quincy was the first incumbent of Savannah, 
from 1733-1735. He was succeeded by the Rev. John Wesley, who served from March 
7. 1736, to November 27, 1737. On February 24, 1823, a Convention was held in St, 
JPaul's Church, Augusta, at which three clergymen and six laymen were present. A 
Diocese was duly organised and placed under the jurisdiction of the Rt. Rev. Dr. 
Bowen, Bishop of South Carolina. In 1836 the Diocese prepared a request for the 
House of Bishops to appoint a Bishop, as under a special Canon thev then had the 
authority. The Rev. Edward Neufville was named as the choice of the Diocese, but 
declined. In 1907 the Diocese was divided and the northern portion was set off as 
the Diocese of Atlanta. ^ 

First Bishop. — Stephen Elliott. Born, August 1, 1806. Consecrated, February 28, 1841. 
Died, December 21, 1866. 

Second Bishop. — John Watrus Beckwith. Born, February 9, 183 1. Consecrated, April 
3, 1868. Died, November 23, 1890. 

Third Bishop. — Cleland Kinloch Nelson. Born, May 23, 1852. Consecrated, February 
24, 1892. On division of Diocese elected the See of Atlanta, December, 1907. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Brotherhood of St. Andrew, Diocesan Assembly. — Pres., A. V. Wood, Brunswick. Sec, 

Henry M. Johnson, Savannah. 
Board of Religious Education. — The Rev. George C. Williams, the Rev. F. A. Brown, 

the Rev. William J. Dakin, Mr. R. C. Balfour, Mr. S. K. Ward, Mr. B. F. Finney. 
Committee on Social Service.— The Rev. G. S. Whitney, the Rev. George C. Williams, 

Mr. A. V. Wood, Mr. Arthur Gordon, Miss Helen B. Pendleton. 
Daughters of the King. — Pres., Mrs. F. F. Reese, Savannah. 
Good Shepherd School for Coloured Children, Pennick. 
Good Shepherd School, for Coloured Children, Thomasville. 
St. Athanasius* School, for Coloured Youths, Brunswick. 
St, Augustine's School, for Coloured Children, Savannah. 
St. Cyprian's School for Coloured Children, Darien. 
Stj Stephen's School, for Coloured Children, Savannah. 
St. John's School for Coloured Children, Albany. 
The Anson Dodge Memorial Home for Boys, Frederica.—VLn, Anna D. Dodge, Directrest. 

P. O., Brunwick, R. F. D. No. 2. 
The Episcopal Orphans' Home, Savannah. — Mrs. Robert Billington, tst Directress. 
Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Bronc*.— tOrganized June. 1889.] Annual meeting: di^ 

before Diocesan Convention, at the same place. Pres., Mrs. W. H. Elliott, 

721 Abercom St., Savannah. 
Junior Department.— Pres., Miss M. C. Cuthbert, The Hill, Augusta^ 

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PriMto Ordained 

Church Edific^ 

Organised Panshes and Missions 

Unorganized Missions and Stations 

Baptisms 

Confimied ••••••■••••••■•••••••••••••••••••• 

Communicants . « 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Parish School Teachers 

Parish School Scholars ; 

Inddstrial School Teachers 

Industrial School Scholars 

Contributions • 



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371 


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69a 


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263 


363 


$75,040 


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The 90th Annual Convention will be held m St.. John's Church, Savannah, May 8, 19x2. 

THE CLERQY. 

Thb Bishop. 

Archdeacons, — ^Brunswick: the Ven. David Watson Winn; Augusta: the Ven. William 
Johnson; Albany: the Ven. James B. Lawrence; Savannah: the Ven. Samuel B. 
McGlohon. 

Archdeacon for Coloured Work. — ^The Ven. Richard Bright, Savannah. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — The Rev. Charles Hall Strong, D.D., the Rev. James 
Bolan Lawrence, the Rev. Samuel B. Carpenter, the Rev. Charles T. Wright, the 
Rev. George Sherwood Whitney, the Rev. Francis Alan Brown. 



PASiaHIS AND MIUIOMI. 



AbbeviUe 

Albany 

Albany ,.. 

Amencus 

Augusta: 

(Telfair and Kollock Sta.) 

(Woodlawn) 

(Green & Milledge Sta.).. 

(Walton Way) 

(Bayvale) 

(Trffair St.) 

(Reynolds and Waahington 

Sts.) 

Bainbridgc 

Baxley 

Belfast 

Blackshear 

Blakeley 

Brunswick: 

(Cypress Mills ) w> 

(Monk & Albany Sta.).... 

(Norwich and J Sts.) 

(Gloucester ft EgmontSts.) 

Burroughs 

Camden Co. (Owens Ferry) . 

(St. Mary's) 



(St. MaiVs) . . 
(Satilla Bluff) 



(Tarboro) 
(Woodbine) 

Cordele 

Cuthbert 

Darien 



Dawson 



CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS 



St. John ID. 

St. Paul 260. 

Calvary 85 . 

Atonement 85 . 

St. Andrew s . 

Christ 156. 

Good Shepherd 235 . 

Redeemer 14. 

St. Mary 57. 

St. Paul 505. 

St. John 35. 

3. 

8. 

All Saints 6. 

Holy Trinity 10. 

St. Andrew 12 . 

St. Athanasius 194. 

St. Jude 44. 

St. Mark 300 . 

St. Bartholomew 80 . 

Messiah 

Messiah 

Our Saviour. . . 

St. Clement J 

St. James 15. 

St. Mark 

Christ 41. 

Epiphany 13 , 

St. Andrew 84 . 

St. Cyprian 86. 

Calvary 4. 



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Frederick North-Tummon. 
Charles Benjamin Pritchett 
Charles T. Wright. 
James Bolan Lawrence. 

Samuel B. Carpenter. 

George Croft Williams. 
) William Johnson. 



George Sherwood Whitney. 

Gerald Arthur Cornell. 

William Hirst Heigham. 
James Bolan Lawrence. 

Samuel Johnson French. 

Samuel Johnson French. 
Richard Elliott Boykin. 
Milton Moran Weston. 

Archdeacon of Brunswick. 

Andrew Maynard Forsyth. 

James Daniel Millen 

Samuel Johnson French. 
Ferdinand M. Afann. 
James Bolan Lawrence, ^T^ 

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Douglas 

DubUn 

Fitzgerald 

Prederica 

(St. Simon's MiUs) 



(St Simon's Mills) 

Grovetown 

HawldnsriUe 

Jesup 

Lumber City 

McRae 

Pennick 

Pineora 

Pooler 

Ouitman 

Sandersville 

Savannah (Johnson Square) 



(W. Bolton St.) 
(Madison Sq.) . 



(Habersham & Harris Sts.) 

Statesboro 

Thomasville 



Tifton 

Valdosta .... 
Vidalia .... 

Vienna 

Waycross ... 
Waynesboro 



CHUBCHIS AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



St. Andrew 14. 

Christ 34. 

St. Matthew 46. 

Christ 98. 

St. Jarfics 

St. Pcrpetua ? a8. 

St. Ignatius ) 

Heavenly Rest 3. 

St. Luke 47. 

St. Paul 18. 



St. Timothy 5. 

(jood Shepherd 30. 

Holy Trinity a . 

St. Tames 13. 

St. James ax. 

Grace 22. 

Christ ...J ] 

St. Andrew f/io. 

St. Michael ..^ J 

St. Augustine 52 . 

St. John 720. 

St. Paul 341. 

St. Stephen 127 . 

., 4. 

(jood Shepherd 32 . 

St. Thomas 90 . 

St. Anne 17. 

Christ 25 . 



Prince of Peace 3. 

Grace 125. 

St. Michael 12. 



Gerald Arthur Cornell. 
Alexander M. Rich. 
Frederick North-Tummon. 
1 David WaUon Winn. 
[■GJodfrey R. Jackson. 



Cieorge Croft Williams. 

Alexander M. Rich. 

) Gerald Arthur ComeU. 

Frederick North-Tummon. 

I John Henry Ilsley. 

John Henry Ilsley. 

Francis Alan Brown. 
Jacob Haller Gibboney, Jr. 
Milton Moran Weston. 

IChas. Hall Strong, D.D. 

7 William Taylor Dakin. 
Samuel B. McGlohon. 
Richard Bright. 
John Henry Ilsley. 
John Samuel Simmons. 
William Henrix Higgins. 
Gerald Arthur Cornell. 

Frederick North-Tummon. 
James Daniel Miller. 
William Hirst Heigham. 
George Croft Williams. 



Dennis, John C, Virginia. 
Mellichampe, W. L. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Spatches, Montraville, E. Jacksonville, Fla. 
Williams, Chauncey C, D.D., Mobile. Ala. 



HARRISBURG. (A. D. 1904.) 

Limits.— 7^ Diocese eomprites that porti&n of thg Statt of Penntytvania lying wiihtn the 
following lints: On tko north, the souihom boundary of tho Stato of Now York; on 
the east, the western boundaries of the counties of Bradford, Wyoming, LuMeme, 
Schuylkill. Lebanon, Berks, and Chester: on the south, the northern boundary of the 
State of Maryland; on the west, the eastern boundary of Somerset, Cambria, Clear- 
field, Cameron, and MeKean counties. 

Area, iS,oii sq. m. 

Bishop. Residence, 331 North 



Population (1900), 1,185,241. 



Thb Rt. Rkv. Jamss Hbnrt Darlington, D.D., LL.D., 

Front St., Harrisburg, Pa. 
Secretary. — CHiarles M. Qement, Sunbury. 
Assistant Secretary. — The Rev. William Dorwart, Newport. 
Treasurer, — William K. Alricks, Harrisburg. 
Registrar. — Frank C. Angle, Danville. 
Chancellor. — C. La Rue Munson. Williamsport. 



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Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. Rollin A. Sawyer, Pres., Harrisburg; the Rev. 
Le Roy Franklin Baker, Sec, SelinsKgrove: the Rev. George I. Browne, the Rev* 
James W. Diggles, the Rev. Robert Bell. Lay, Ivanhoe S. Huber, Hui^ B. Mere- 
dith, M.D., Frederick N. Page, Edward D. Nelson, David McMfiUen. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

(See Pennsylvania.) 

At the General Convention of 1904, held in Boston, Massachusetts, a memorial from the 
Diocese of Central Pennsylvania was presented, praying that consent be given to the 
erection of a new Diocese within its limits. On October 7, both Houses unanimously 
granted their prayer. The Primary Convention was held in St. James* Church, Lan- 
caster, on November 29, 1904, At a special Convention, in St. Stephen's Church, 
Harrisburg, on February i, 1905, the Rev. Dr. James Dariington was elected. He 
was consecrated April 26, 1905. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

'Church Club of the Diocese of Harrisburg. — Pres., Harry S. Knight, Sunbury. Sec, 
Frank C Angle, Danville, Pa. 

Church League of the Baptised, — Diocesan Sec, Miss Carrie May Brooks, Tyrone, Pa. 

Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Mrs. R. A. Lamberton, xii N* Front 
St.., Harrisburg. 

Daughters of the King, — Pres., Mrs. John W. Reiley, Fort Hunter, Harrisburg. 

Ciriy Friendly Society.— Pres.^t&rs. Arthur R. Taylor, York, Pa. Sec, Mrs. Robert R. 
Hughes, 1 103 Penn St., Harrisburg, Pa. 

Yeates Institute, Lancaster, Pa. (for Boys). — Head Master, the Rev. Frederic Gardiner. 

Woman*s Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized 1905.] Pres., Mrs. J. W. B. Bau>> 
man, Lancaster. Sec, Mrs. W. D. Crocker, 309 Maynard St., Williamsport. 

Junior Department. — Pres., Mrs. J. D. Ramsay, loi Locust St., Harrisburg. 



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Ocrgy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices , 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

Unorganized Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sundav School Scholars 

Contributions 



X910. 



7S 

I 


1 


84 


92 


65 


66 


27 


30 


549 


547 


548 


S2X 


9>944 


10,244 


685 


683 


5. 164 


S.325 


$166,929 


$210,212 



The 8th Annual Convention will meet in St. John's Church, York. May 14. 10 12. 

at 7.30 P. M. 



THE CLERGY. 

Thb Bishop. 

Archdeacons.— Harrisburg: the Ven. Alexander McMillan. Williamsport: the Ve«. 
Lewis Nichols. Altoona: the Ven. Franklin T. Eastment. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains.— In the Archdeaconry of Williamsport: the Rev. Alexander 
Renshaw DeWitt, the Rev. Lewis Nichols, the Rev. James W. Diggles. In the 
Archdeaconry of Harrisburg: the Rev. William Dorwart. the Rev. Frederic Gardiner* 
the Rev. George Israel Browne. In the Archdeaconry of Altoona: the Rev. Franklin 
T. Eastment, the Rev. George R. Bishop, the Rev. William Heakes. 

Central Missionary.— The Rev. Leroy Franklin Baker, Selinsgrore. 

Missionary to Deaf Mutes.— The Rev. Franklin Charles Smilcau, Montoursvilj 



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Altoona 



Antrim 

Amot 

Austin 

Beartown 

Bedford 

Bellefonte 

Berwick 

Bloomsburg 

Bloitlmrg 

Blue Ridfe Summit 

Brookland 

Camp Hill 

Carlisle 

Catawitsa 

Centralia ' 

Chambersburg 

Churchtown 

Cole's Creek 

Columbia 

Coudersport 

Danville 

Delta 

Dewart 

Eaglesmere 

Elkland 

Elizabethtown 

Everett 

Exchange 

Galeton 

Gettysburg 

Halls 

Harrisburg (ijth&Herr Sts.) 

(No. 2d& Emerald Sts.).. 

(North Front St. between 
Locust and Pine Sts.).. 

(Market & 19th Sts.) 

HoUidaysburg 



Huntingdon . 
Jersey Shore 

Juniata 

Lancaster . . . 



CnURCHU AKD COM MUNICAMTl 



Laporte 

Lawrenceville . 

Leacock 

Lewistown . . . . 
Lock Haven .. 

Lykens 

Manheim 

Mansfield 

Marietta 

Mechanicsburg 
Middletown . . 

Milton 

Millersbur^ . . . 
MontoursviUe . 



Mt. Alto .. 
Mt. Carmel 
Mt Hope .. 

Mt. Joy 

Muncy . . . . 
Newmarket 
Nordmont . 



St. Luke 688. 

St. Barnabas 22 

Trinity 139 

Christ 33 

St. Austin 8 

Calvary 17 

St. James ao 

St. John 139 

Christ 90 

St. Paul 339 

St. Luke SS 

Transfiguration 20 

All Saints i. 

Mount Calvary 16 

St. John 213 

St. John 17 

Holy Trinity 34 

Trinity 143 

Bangor 11 

St. Gabriel 12 

St. Paul 220 

Christ 158 

CThrist 334 

St. David 

St. Basil 

St- John in Wilderness. 12 

St. Thomas 6 

St. Elizabeth 

St. John 19 

St. James 57 

Good Shepherd 34 

The Prince of Peace... 46 

Epiphany 2 

St, Augfustinc 28 

St. Paul 250 

St. Steohen 3SS 

St. Andrew 102 

Holy Trinity* 56 

St. John .^ ..lis 

Trinity 40 

St. Peter 49 

St. James 533 

St. John 470 

Gethsemane 4 

St. John the Evangelist 32 

St. John - 48 

Christ 39 

St. Mark 181 

St. Paul 171 

Christ 56 

St. Paul 42 

St. James 70 

St. John 108 

St. Luke 50 

St. Mich. & All Angels. 16 

Christ y 57 

St. Bartholomew 9 

Our Saviour 70 

St. Sebastian (Df.Mu's) 

Emmanuel 

St. Stephen 172 

Hope 21 

St. Luke 46 

St. James 167 

St. Chrysostom s 

Mt. Olivet 10 



((jeorge Reginald Bishop, 
i Harold E. Schmaus. 
Edmund H. Oxley. 
James Co<airane Quinn, D.IX 
John Conley Girimea 
William Miller C^mble. 
Ernest Albert Rich. 
Cecil P. Wilson. 
John Hewitt. 

Charles Edward Fessendca. 
James Whalley Digglei^ 
John Conley Grimes . 
Ernest Albert Rich. 
Frederick A. Jcfferd. 
Frank Ramsey Allison. 
Alexander McMillan. 
Leroy Franklin Baker. 
RoJicrt R. Morgan. 
Alfred Ernest Race. 
John Coulson Skottowe. 
Charles Edward Fessenden. 
Oorge F. Gladding Hoyt. 
William Miller Gamble. 
Henry Sherman Smart. 
Archdeacon of Harrisbui^. 
William Evans Kunkel. 
Charles Henry Doupe. 
Archdeacon of Williamsport 
Charles Edward Berghaus. 
Cecil P. Wilson. 
Alexander Renshaw De^^tt 
Frederick A. Jefferd. 
William Berrian Hooper. 
Frederick Diehl. 
Edmund H. Oxley. 
John Mills Gilbert. 

Rollin Alger Savryer. 
James Fry Bullitt. 
Robert Alan Russell. 

Fremont Newton Hinkle. 
Hugh Maguire. 
George Reginald Bishop. 
Clifford Gray Twombly. 
George Israel Browne. 
Edward H. Otlay. 
Charles Henry Doupe. 
Francis Bertram Cannon. 
Archdeacon of Harrisburg. 
William Heakes. 
Lewis Nichols. 
Alan Pressley Wilson* 
Herbert B. Pulsifer. 
Edward Howard Ake. 
(Herbert B. Pulsifer. 
\ Frank Ramsay Allison. 
Henry Paschal Chapman. 
William Evans Kunkel. 
William Dorwart. 
Frederick Diehl. 
Franklin F. Smileau. 
Thomas L. Chavasse. 
Robert R. Morgan. 
John Coulson Skottowe. 
Charles Edward Berghaus. 
Alexander Renshaw DeWitt 
Orlando H. Bridgman. 
Charles Henry Doupe. 
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FAUtHSS AND MISSIONS. 



Newport 

Nickel Mines 

Northumberland 

Orbisonia 

Paradise 

Phillipsburg 

Quarryrille 

RenoTO 

RiTerside 

Safe Harbour 

Selinsgrove 

Shamoldn 

Shippensbnrg. 

State College 

Steelton 

Sunbury 

Thompsontown 

Tioga 

Trrone 

Upper Fairfield 

Warnesboro 

WeUsboro 

Westfield 

Williamsport (4th and Mul- 
berry Sts.) 

(South Howard St. and 
Southern Ave.) 

(Almond St.) 

(4th St. and TrinitT PL) 
(Beeber and Scott Sts.).. 

Williamstown 

York 



The Nativity 32, 

Grace 19* 

St. Mark 30. 

Trinity 13. 

All Saints 46. 

St. Paul 216. 

St. Thomas 3. 

Trinity 179* 

Grace Chapel 12. 

Heavenly Kcst 4 . 

All Saints 22, 

Trinity 258. 

St. Andrew 10. 

St. Andrew 103 . 

Trinity 116. 

St Matthew 338. 

St. Stephen 12 . 

St. Andrew 80. 

Trinity 71. 

Good Shepherd 39 . 

St. Mary 17. 

St. Paul 236. 

St. John 70. 

Christ 607. 

St. John 87. 

St. Mary (Wadleigh 

Memorial) 242 . 

Trinity 378. 

All Saints 140 . 

St. Paul of Tarsus ... 12. 
St. John 570. 

St. Andrew 20. 

York Springs ; Christ 



CBURCHCS AND COMMUNICAMTI 



William Dorwart. 
Archdeacon of Harrisburg. 
Leroy Franklin Baker. 
Thomas E. Starkey. 
Archdeacon of Harrisburg. 
Franklin T. Eastment. 
John Coulson Skottowe. 

Leroy Franklin Baker. 
John Coulson Skottowe. 
Lero^ Franklin Baker. 
William Chapman Charlton. 
Archdeacon of Harrisburg. 
Edward Monro Frear. 

Walter Cresson Pugh. 
William Dorwart. 
Francis Bertram Cannon. 
George David Graeff. 
Frederick Diehl. 
Archdeacon of Harrisburg. 
William Henry Overs. 
Andre)v ' Ellsworth Dunham. 

fW. Northey Jones. 
(John Edmondson Diggles. 
John Edmondson Diggles. 

F. W. B. Dorsett. 
Robert Fisher Gibson. 
Robert Bell. 
Alan Pressley Wilson. 

i Arthur Russell Taylor. 
Ernest Walter Foulkes. 
rthur Russell Taylor. 
William Berrien Hooper. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Chittenden, Richard L., r. em.. Paradise. 
Costello, John. Kurri Kurri. Australia. 
Eshoo, Samuel B.. Jersey Snore. 
(Sardiner, Frederic, Head Master, Yeates 

Institute, Lancaster. 
Glover, Herbert Justison, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Hamaker, John Forey, Sloatsburg, N. Y. 
Kilgour, Charles J., Round Hill, Va. 



Richardson, Edwin G., off. Dresden, Eur- 
ope. 

Schroeder, Francis E., Lancaster, Pa. 

Shcerin, Medford, Ore. 

Simmons, James D., New York. 

Smielau, Franklin Charles. MontoursviUe. 
Missionary to the deat. 

Woodle, Allen Sheldon, Narberth. 

Wright, Erskine, Sewanee, Tenn. 



HONOLULU. 

MISSIONARY DISTRICT. 

LiMira. — rA#,HatMtki» Islands, also Tuinila and other Samoan Islands. 

Population (1900), 154, 001. Area, 6,449 Ml* m* 

Turn Rt. Rsv. Hsnrt Bond Ristauck, D.D., Missionary Bishop. (190a.) Residencs, a$* 

Vinenrd St., Honolulu, H. I. 
Soeretary of Convocation, — ^The Rev. William Edward Potwine, Honolulu. 
Trtasurtr, — H. McK. Harrison, Honolulu. 
Registrar. — Robbins B. Anderson. 
Chancellor. — ^Hon. Alex. Lindsay, Jr., Honolulu. 

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Council of Advice. — Clerical, the Rev. John Usborne. the Rev. William Ault, the Rev. 
William Edward Potwine. Lay, T. Clive Davies. Robbins B. Anderson, H. M. 
Von Holt. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

After the discovery, in 1778, by Captain James Cook of the islands which he named the 
Sandwich Islands, but are now known by their native name of Hawaii, the first words- 
of Christian praise and prayer were those of the burial office of the Church of Eng- 
land read over the portion of the body of the brave explorer which had been recov- 
ered after his murder, by his successor in office, Captain James King, on Sunday,. 
February 21, 1779. In 1790, John Young and Isaac Davis were spared when other 
members of the crew of the Fair American were killed. There is much circumstantial 
evidence that they were English Churchmen. Mr, Young's "Journal** preserved in 
the Archive Building contains the prayer of St Chrysostom, evidently written from 
memory, and verses of English hymns. A, descendant of Mr. Davis still preserves his 
English Prayer Book. Both men were God-fearing and honest, and taught the island- 
ers the elements of Christianity and morality, were instrumental in abolishing the 
terrible tabu and in the destruction of the idols, and attained high rank and great 
respect. In 1794* Captain Brown of the English ship Butterworth, read the burial 
service over the body of Captain Kendrick of the American ship Lady IVashington. 
He had been accidentally killed and was buried in Honolulu. Mr. Howell, an English 
clergyman, was an early resident, but he does not appear to have held in high esti- 
mation his priestly vows, gained the respect of the people, or held any services. When 
in 1820 the Missionaries of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Mis- 
sions arrived, they were not allowed to land until John Young had assured the natives 
that they would teach them of the same God as had Captain Vancouver, Mr. Davis 
and himself. A Bethel Chapel for the benefit of seamen was built in Honolulu in 
1833. The Rev. John Diel, not a Churchman, was sent to be its minister by the 
Seamen's Friend Society of New York City, of which Dr. Mcllvaine, afterward 
Bishop of Ohio, was their Secretary. After Mr. Diel had resigned, in 1840. Mr. P. 
A. Brinsmade, United States Consul, began, in July of that year, to read the service 
of the Church in the Chapel. Services were thus maintained for two years and strong 
hopes of organizing a chapel were entertained. An application, in October, 1841, to 
the Foreign Committee of the Board of Missions for a clergyman met with no suc- 
cess. About that time, the New York Bible and Common Prayer Book Society sent 
a supply of Prayer Books upon a formal request from the Islands and an assurance 
that they would be of good service. The efforts of the Hon. R. C. Wyllie from 1844 
for sixteen years, to obtain a clergyman and erect a church building were unremitting. 
He had the strong support of the Royal Family and high officials, but the proper 
guarantee of support, or an adequate building fund could not be secured. In 1852 
the Rev. Mr, Smeathman, an English clergyman, then a deacon, commenced to hold 
services in the Manna Kalika building, which were continued for six months. Dr. 
Kip, the Bishop of California, was frequently solicited by Mr. Wyllie to send them a 
clergyman, but he had none to spare, and there appeared to be no suitable minister 
in the east wishing to go. Finally, in the summer of i860. Bishop Kip, and Bishop 
Potrer of New York were in London. They laid the case of the Islanders before the 
Bisho-:) of London, Dr. Tait, and the Missionary Societies, The plan proposed was a 
joint Mission of the Church of England and the American Church. Under this ar- 
rangement the Rev. Dr. Thomas Nettleship Staley was consecrated Bishop of the 
autonomous See of Honolulu at Lambeth Palace Chapel on December i<;, 1861. He 
left England accompanied by the first missionaries of the Venerable Propagation So- 
ciety, the Rev. George Mason and the Rev. Edmund Ibbotson, on August 17, 1862,. 
and arrived at Honolulu on October 11, 1862. No missionaries could be sent from 
the American Church as agreed on account of the Civil War. Bishop Staley visited 
the United States in 1865 to plead for his Diocese. He was cordialliy received, wel- 
comed by the General Convention in session in Philadelphia, and resolutions of sym- 
pathy with" his work were passed by that body. Dr. Staley resigned in 1870, and 
died in England on November 1, i8g8. The Rev. Dr. Alfred Willis was appointed 
as his successor and consecrated , in Lambeth Palace Chapel on February 2, 1872. 

Upon the cession of Hawaii to the United States, August 12, 1898, measures were taken 
to ascertain through a Committee cf the House of Bishops appointed on October 21, 
1898, "What, in their opinion may be the duty of this Church in regard to that new 
territory^ of the United States." At a special meeting of the House of Bishops in 
St. Louis, on Thursday, October 26, 1899, a report was made and the territory placed 
under the charge of the Presiding Bishop "as soon as the Archbishop of Canterbury 
shall communicate to him the resignation of the Bishop bf Honolulu." At the Gen- 
eral Convention of 1901, on October 14, the Missionary District of Honolulu was 
constituted, with consent for the election of a Bishop during the interval between the 
sessions of the General Convention. 

On April i, 1902, the Rt. Rev. Dr. Willis. Bishop of Honolulu, formally transferred the 
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accepted oi^ behalf of the American Church by the Bishop of Calitornia, the Rt. Rer. ' 
Dr. Nichols. 

A.t a meeting of the House of Bikhops held in Christ Church, Cincinnati, Ohio, on April 
ij, 1902^ the Rev. Henry Bond Restarick, Rector of St. Paul's Church, San Diego» 
C^ifom^ was chosen Bishop. He was consecrated July 2, 1902. 

First Bishop, — Thomas N. Stalby. Consecrattd, December- 15, 1861. Resigned, 1870. 
Died, November i, 1898. 

Second Bishop, — ^Alfkxd Willis. Consecrcted, February 22, 1872. Resigned, 1902. Ad- 
dress, Nukualofa, Tonga, South Africa. 

K^OTB. — Interesting particulars of the earliest services are taken from the Bishop's "His- 
torical Serman,'^ July 19, 1908, kindly furnished by him. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Brotherhood of St. Andrew. — Reynold McGrew, Sec. Local Assembly. 

Holy Innocents' School, Lahahina, Maui. — Supt., the Rev. John Knox Bodel. 

lolani College, for Men and Boys, Honolulu. — Prin., the Rev. A. L. Hall. 

Seamen's Institute, — Pres,, T. Give Davies. Mr. F. W. H. Everton, in charge. 

St. Andrew's Priory, Honolulu. — ^A Boarding and Day School for Girls. Rector, the 

Bishop. Principal, Miss Abby S. Marsh. 
St, Elisabeth's School, Honolulu. — Day School for Women and Girls. Night School for 

Boys and Men. Supt,, the Rev. W. E. Fotwine. 
St. John's Day School, Kula, AfaMt.— The Rev. Shim Yin Chin. 
St. Paul's School, Kohala,'~A Day School for Chinese Children. Teacher, the Rev. Woo 

Yee B«w. 
St. Peter's School, Honolulu.— A Day School for Chinese Children. Rector, the Rev. 

Kong Yin Tet. Principal, Mrs. J. Pascoe. 
Trinity Mission School. — Day and Night School. Supt., the Rev. P. T. Fukao. 
IVoman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized November, 1902.] Sec, Mrs. O. A. 

Steven, 1430 Wilder Ave., Honolulu. 

Diocesan Paper. — "Church Chronicle." Editor, the Bishop. Assistant Editor, the Rev. W. 
E. Potwine. 



STATISTICS. 



19 10. 


1911. 


20 


19 


12 


12 


22 


18 


180 

123 

I.4I7 

68 
1.071 


194 
173 

1,507 
5S. 

1,057 


$35,501 


$33,970 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained * 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions ") 

Unorganized Missions ) 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Parish School Teachers 

Parish School Scholars 

Contributions 

The loth Annual Convocation of the District will be held in St. Andrew's Cathedral, 
Honolulu, the third Sunday in May, 19 12. 

THE CLERGY. 

The Bishop. 

CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW (com. 520), HONOLULU. 

The Cathedral Chapter. 
Dean and Rector, — ^The Bishop. 

Curates. — The Rev. William Ault, the Rev. Frank Arthur Saylor. 
Canons. — The Rev. John Usborne, the Rev. William Ault. 

Examining Chaplains. — The Rev. Willaim Seymour Short, the Rev. William Edward Pot- 
wine, the Rev. Kong Yin Tet. 

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Hamakua 

Hilo, Hawaii . . . 

Hilo 

Honolulu, Oahtt 
Honolulti, Oahtt . 
Honolulu, Oahu , 
Honolulu, Oahu 
Honolulu, Oahu 
Honolulu, Oahtt 
Kttla, Maui .... 
Kohala, Hawaii . 

KohaU, Hawaii . 
Kona, Hawaii .. 
Keokea, Maui .. 
Lahaina, Maui . 

Kauai 

Makapela 

Paabilo, Hawaii 

Papaaoloa 

Waialua, Oahu . 
Wailuku, Maui 



CUURCHBS AND COMMUNICANTt 



32. 

Holy Apostles 43 . 

Japanese Mission 

St. Andrew (Native) . .220. 

St. Clement 105 . 

St. Peter (Chinese) .. .172. 

St. Elizabeth 69. 

St. Mary 10. 

Holy Trinity (Japanese) 26 . 
St. John (Chinese).... 23. 
St. Augustine 44. 

St. Paul (Chinese) 30. 

Christ 27. 

Chinese 14. 

Holy Innocents 31. 

50. 

St. Paul 43- 

32. 

7. 

St. Stephen 4. 

Good Shepherd 86. 

Scattered 10 . 



Charles H. H. Bloor.* 

W. H. Fenton-Smith. 

Rokuro Hori. 

Leopold KroU. 

John Usborne. 

Kong Yin TeL 

William Edward Potwine. 

The Bishop. 

Philip T. Fukao. 

Shim Yin Chin. 

J Joseph Wallace Gunn. 

(Frank W. Merrill. 

Woo Yee Bew. 

David Douglas Wallace. 

Shim Yin Chin. 

John Knox Bodel. 

William Seymour Short. 

Woo Yee Bew. 

Charles H. H. Bloor.* 

William EUlward Potwine. 
Williain Seymour Short. 
Kong Yin Tet. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Cullen, Frank Nesbitt. 

Davis, Samuel H., retired, Kona, Hawaii. 



Hall, Albert Ludwig, Denver, Col. 
Wejrmouth, Albert B., 'Lahaina, Maui. 



IDAHO. 

MISSIONARY DISTRICT. 
Population, 161,772. Area, 84,280 sq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rev. James Bowbn Funsten, D.D., Missionary Bishop. (1899.) Residence, 

Boise, Idaho. 
Secretary and Treasurer, — The Rev. David H. Jones, Boise, Idaho. 
Treasurer. — D. D. Williams, Boise, Idaho. 
Chancellor. — ^Hon. T. R. Hamer, St. Anthony, Idaho. 
Council of Advice. — Clerical, the Ven. Howard Stoy, the Rev. Samuel J. Jennings, the 

Rev. E. P. Smith, Sec. Lay, G. H. Hackett, R. R. Horric, R. M. Davidson. 

HISTORICAL NOTBS. 

(See Montana and Utah.) 

The earliest Services were held by the Rev. St. Michael Fackler in Boise from 1864 to 
1866. At the special session of the House of Bishops held in New York City, on 
October 5, 1866, the Missionary Jurisdiction of Montana, Idaho and Utah, was con- 
stituted, and the Rev. Daniel Sylvester Tuttle elected Bishop. He was consecrated 
May X, 1867. 

At the General Convention of 1898, on October 12, the House of Bishops, in accordance 
with the recommendation of a special committee on the "Missionary Jurisdiction," 
constituted the Missionary District of Boise, which included the portion of the State 
of Idaho "South and East of the Southern and Eastern line of the county of Idaho," 
the State of Wyoming, "West of the West line of the counties of Natrona, Johnson 
and Carbon," excepting the portion "of the county of Uintah attached to the Mis- 
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was consecrated July 13, 1899. At the General Convention of 1907, following the 
recommendations of a meeting of representatives of the Seventh Missionary Depart- 
ment, held at Boise, on May 3, 1907, the Committee on Domestic Missions of the 
House of BishoiM, presented a report on October 10. for the rearrangement of the 
Missionary Districts, which was adopted. By it the State of Idaho was made a Mis- 
sionary District, to which Bishop Funsten was appointed. 



CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 
Girls' Friendly Society. — Sec, Mrs. A. Chamberlaine. 

Ross Fork Indian Mission, Ross Fork, Idaho. — Warden, the Bishop. Principal, the Rev. 
S. W. Creasy. 

St. Luke's Hosp^tali Boise, Idaho. — Head Nurse, Miss Long. 

St. Margaret's School for Girls, Boise, Idaho. — Visitor, the Bishop. Principal Miss Lucy 
G. Hester. 

Woman's Auxiliary. Diocesan Branch. — Sec. and Treas., Mrs. George Redway, 214 Warm 
Spring Ave., Boise. , 

Junior Auxiliary. — Sec, Mrs. D. D. Williams, Boise. 



STATISTICS. 



Oergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Unorganized Parishes and Missions 
Organized Parishes and Missions • . . 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Commttnicaats 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



19 10. 



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21 


21 


3 


3 


tt 


n 


6 


6 


214 


354 


122 


217 


1,882 


1,983 


128 


130 


1,2*4 


^ 1,250 


$26,778 


$36,737 



The 5th Annual Convocation will be held in 19 12 at a time and place 
to be appointed by the Bishop. 



THE CLERGY. 

ST. MICHAEL'S CATHEDRAL {com. 33O. BOISE. 

Tm BziBOF. 

Dean.— The Rev. Everett P. Smith. 

Archdeacon.— -'Di^ Ven. Howard Stoy. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains.— The Rev. Henry G. Taylor, the Rev. Willard H. Roots^ 
the Rev. Charles MacLean, the Rev. David W. J. Somervillc. 



FABiiaxt AVD muxoiri. 



American Falls 

Bellevue 

Blackf oot 

Boise 



Bonner's Ferry 
Caldwell 



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COlCMUNZCAlfTS. 



IDAHO. 

St. John 12.. 

St Paul 9- 

St. Paul 60.. 

Grace 21.. 

Christ Mission 93' • 

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St. David 30. 



Archdeacon. 

Kenneth Lee Houlder. 

David H. Tones. 
(The Bishop. 
1 David H. Jones. 
Henry G. Taylor. 
Samuel Babcock Booth. 



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Coeur d'Alene ., 

Le Lanuur 

Dubois 

£inm€tt ..•..•*. 

Gooding 

Grangeville 

Hailey 

Hagerman 

Idaho City , 

Idaho Falls 

Jerome 

Ketchum 

Lewiston 

Mackay 

Montpelier 

Moscow 

Mountain Home 

Mullin 

Murray , 

Nampa 

Payette 

Placervillc , 

Pocatello 

Rock Creek ..... 

Ross Fork 

Salmon City . . . , 
Sand Point ..... 

Silver City 

Shoshone 

St. Anthony . . . . 

Twin Falls 

Wallace 

Wardner ....... 

Weiscr 

Wendell 

Scattered 



CHUftCHXt AMD 
COMMUMZCAMTt. 



St. Luke 70. 

St George ao. 

All Saints 15. 

St. Mary 9. 

Trinity 10. 

Trinity 30. 

Emmanuel 48. 

xo. 

St. Mark ix. 

St. John 24. 

Calvary 6. 

St. Thomas 9* 

Nativity 108. 

Emmanuel 8. 

St Andrew 8. 

St Mark 45- 

St James 27. 

St. Andrew 7 . 

St Thomas 4. 

Grace 68. 

St. James 43 . 

25. 

Trinity 62. 



Good Shepherd 85. 

Redeemer jt . 

38. 

St James 19* 

Christ 58. 

St. James 20 . 

Ascension 75 • 

Holy Trinity 75 . 

St Peter 8. 

St Luke 56. 

St Barnabas 8. 

,,,,M 107. 



R. Ashton Curtia. 

Archdeacon. 

WiUard Holt Roots. 
Herbert Jukes. 
Kenneth Lee Houlder. 



Willard Holt Roots. 

Kenx^eth Lee Houlder. 

David J. W. .SomerviUe. 

Archdeacon. 

Archdeacon. 

Jonathan Watson. 

Charles MacLean. 

) Alward Chamberlaine. 

Samuel Babcock Booth. 



Archdeacon. 
Sidney W. Creasej. 
Zacahry Taylor Vincent. 
'' Taylor. 



Henry G. 



WUlard H. Roots. 
Luther B. Franck. 
Archdeacon. 
Alward Chamberlaine. 



:obert S. Stringfellow. 
Zachary Taylor Vincent. 



In addition the following places are served as often as circumstances permit: Atlio]» 
Qagstone, Clark's Fork, Hope, St Maries, Spirit Lake, by the Rev. Henry G. Taylor, 
Missioner of Northern Idaho. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Daughters, Freeman, Sand 
Holder, Dueth L., Boise. 



Point 



Jennings, Samuel J. (miss.). 
Osbourn, Edward Stables. 



DIOCESE OF INDIANAPOLIS. (A. D. 1838.) 

Limits. — All the counties in the State of Indiana south of the southern limits of th» 
couniies of Benton, White, Carroll, Howard, Grant, Blackford, and lay. 
Population (1900), 1,752,532. Area, 22.973 sq. m. 
The Rt. Rxv. Josxfh Marshall Fiancxs, D.D., Bishop. (1899.) Residence, 1549 C«b- 

tral Ave.. Indianapolis. 
^Secretary. — William W. Hammond, 308 Odd Fellow Building, Indianapolis. 



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Assistant S^^etary, — ^The Rev, WiUiam Heilman, Madison. 

Tr^unurmr ^f Dio€4*e^ — Henry W. Buttolph, 404 East Twelfth St., Indianapolis. . 

Registrar, — Meredith NicbolsoiiT Indianapolis. 

Ubrorian, — ^The Rev. Edward C. Bradley* Indianapolis. 

Chancellor. — A<iiMlla Q. Jones, Indianapolis. , 

Standing Comtnittee. — Clerical, the Rev. James Dowdell Stanley, Pres.; the Rev. C. S. 
Sargent, the Rev. Lewis Brown. Lay, W. H. Armstrong, Louis Howland, Thomas L. 
Sullivan, Sec. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

TIm Rev. Henry M. Shaw organized in 1823 a parish in Vincennes. He removed to 
Keatucky, where under his direction Christ Church, Louisville, was built. He re- 
turned about 1826 and remained in charge at Vincennes for nine years. Sodfi after 
his consecration as Missionary Bishop for Missouri and Indiana, Dr. Kemper made a 
tJborough visitation of the State. On January 11, 1838, at the call of Bishop Kem- 
per, a preliminary convocation of the Clergy was held at Evansville, and on August 
24, 1838, a convention was held at Madison at which the Diocese of Indiana was 
organized. There were present six of the nine clergymen then in the State, arid 
delegates from five of the nine Parishes. Dr. Kemper was consecrated Mis- 
sionary Bishop of Missouri and Indiana, September 25, 1835. In 1847^ 
he was elected Bishop of Wisconsin, a part of his previous missionary jurisdiction,, 
but declined. In 1859, he was again elected, and accepted^ resigning his missionary 
episcopate. He died at Delafield, Wisconsin, on May 24, 1870. 

At the sessions of the General Convention held in Philadelphia, in September, 1838, it 
was received into union, on September x6. At the Convention of 1842 Bishop Kemper 
was elected as Diocesan, but declined on account of the claims of the Missionary 
work in the States and territories. In 1843, the Rev. Dr. Thomas Atkinson, of Balti- 
more, Maryland, was elected as Bishop, but declined. In 1847, the Rev. Dr. Samuel 
Bowman, of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, was elected as Bishop, but declined. In 1848, 
the Rev. Dr. Francis Vinton, of Grace Church, Brooklyn Heights, New York, was 
elected Bishop, but declined. In ' 1849, the Rev. Dr. George Upfold, of Trinity 
Church, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, was elected, and accepted. At the Convention 
held in June, 1865, the Rt. Rev. Dr. Talbot, Missionary Bishop of the Northwest, was 
elected Assistant Bishop, as Bishop Upfold had become infirm. Consent to translation 
was given by the General Convention at its sessions in October, 1865. Upon the 
death oi Bishop Upfold, on August 26, 1872, he became the Diocesan. By action of 
the Convention of 1902, the name of the Diocese was changed from and after Sep- 
tember i, 1902, to Indianapolis. 

Missionary Bishop. — ^Jackson Kemper. Born, December 24, 1789. Consecrated, Septem- 
ber 25, 1835. Died, May 24, 1870. 

First Bishop. — George Upfold. Born, May 7, 1796. Consecrated, December 16, 1849. 
Died, August 26, 1872. 

Second Bishop. — Joseph Cruirshank Talbot. Born, September 5, 1816. Consecrated,, 
February 15, i860. Died, January 15, 1883. 

Third Bishop. — David Buel Knickerbacker. Born, February 24, 1833. Consecrated, 
October 14, 1883. Died, December 31, 1894. 

Fourth Bishop. — ^John Hazen White. Born, March 10, 1849. Consecrated, May i, 1895. 
Translated to Michigan City on division of the Diocese of Indiana, 1899. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church Extension Club. — Chairman Exec. Committee, Thomas L. Sullivan, Indianapolip. 

Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Branch. Mrs. J. H. Ranger, 19 West loth St., In- 
dianapolis, Diocesan Correspondent. 

Diocesan Library, Indianapolis. — Librarian, the Rev. Edward C. Bradley. 

Girls' Friendly Society. — Miss Anna M. Adams, 41 3 H East 22d St., Indianapolis. 

Knickerbocker Hall. — Diocesan School for Girls, 1541 Central Ave., Indianapolis. Princi- 
pal, Miss Julia £. Landers. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized 1883.I Annual meeting, day before 
the Diocesan Convention. Cor. Sec, Mrs. W. W. Hudson, 3462 N. Meridian St., 
Indianapolis. 

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Clcrg7 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

Unorganized Missions ^. . . . . 

Baptisms .••••..••••••••• 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunda/ School Scholars 

Contrimxtions 



xpxo. 



27 


«7 


3 


...• 


40 


40 


32 


31 


10 


II 


213 


260 


223 • 


't^ 


4,607 


4.584 


242 


236 


1.7^5 


1.715 


$68,981 


^75,6iO 



1911. 



The 7Sth Annual Council will meet in May, 1912, at a time and place to be appointed. 



THE CLERGY. 

ALL SAINTS' CATHEDRAL (com. 200), INDIANAPOLIS. 
\ (Central Aye. and x6th St) 

Thk Bishop. 
Dean. — ^The Rev. Charles Smith Lewis. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — ^The Rer. Charles R. Hodge, the Rev. Herbert M. Dens- 
low, D.D., the Rev. George P. Torrence, the Rev. William Burrows. 



PAUSHBS AMD MUSIOMS. 



Alexandria ... 
Anderson • • • • • 

Attica 

Bedford 

Bloomington • < 

Brazil 

Cannelton .... 
Columbus .... 
Connersvlllc .. 
Covixigton . . . , 
CrawfordsviUe 

Elwood 

Evansville .... 



Greensburg 



Indianapolis 

(Meridian ft Circle Sts.) 
(Church and Morris Sts.) . 
^Fletcher Ave. and Codar 

St.) 

• tTalbot Ave. ft sist St.).. 
(IIHnois and New York 

Sts.) 

(West and Walnut Sts.).. 
TeffersonvUle 



Lafayette 



Madison 
Mount V< 

Muncie 

New Albany 
New Castle 



CHURCHXS AND 
COMMUNZCANTS. 



St Paul 15.. 

Trinity 65.. 

Grace 10.. 

St John ...120.. 

Trinity 67.. 

10.. 

St Luke 26.. 

St Paul 36.. 

Trinitv 35 . . 

St Philip xo.. 

St John 26.. 

St Stephen 25.. 

Holy Innocents 127.. 

St Paul 234.. 

Trinity 20.. 

St Alban (Df. Mutes) 37*. 

Christ ss6.. 

St (jeorge X02.. 

Holy Innocents 97*. 

St David 106.. 

St Paul 507.. 

St Philip too.. 

St Paul 121.. 

St John 175 •. 

Trinity 52.. 

(^rist X07.. 

St John 22.. 

Grace X90.. 

St Paul X78.. 

St James 46.. 



Matthew Palmer Bowie. 

(jcorge PauU Torrence. 

William Grossman Otte. 

William Burrows. 

John Eckfeldt Sulger. 

Ernest Lee Birchby. 

James William Comfort 

The Bishop. 

The Bishop. 

The Bishop. 

Matthew Palmer Bowie. 

Charles Russell Hodge. 

John Boden. 

James William Comfort 



James Dowdell Stanley, 
(xeorge (xraham Burbanck. 

Edward Clarke Bradley. 

(Hiristopher Smith Sargent. 

i Lewis Brown, 
lanson Q. Bailey, 
(jeorge Paull Torrence. 

William Heilman. 
Ernest Lee Birchby. 
Edmund Arbuthnot NeviDe. 
Alsop LeffingwelL 
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Yew Harmony 
*rincetoii ••... 
Uchmond .... 
ihcJbyirille ... 
rerre Hante .. 

^ncenncs . . . . 
^ashinston . . 
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CBURCHXt AMD 
OOMMUMICAMTS. 



St. Stephen 6z. 

St. Andrew 9. 

St. Paul Js8. 

Christ 8. 

St Luke 41. 

St. Stephen 593. 

St. James xas. 

St. John aj. 

St. Matthew 18. 



H. B. Stuart-Martin.. 



The Bishop. 

John Eckfeldt Sulger. 
Forrest Harden Blunt. 
) Charles Russell Hodge. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Denslow. Herbert M.. D.D., prof., G.T.S., | Edwards, Elijah Evan, Greencastle. 

Chelsea Square, New York. I McCracken, William C, r. em.. El 

Hall, Emfl J., Winslow, Ark. I Texas. 



DIOCESE OF IOWA. (A. D. 1853O 

Limits. — Th€ Stat€ of Iowa. 

3,224,771. Area, 55,475 sq- m. 

Thb Rt. Rxv. Thsodorm Nkvin Morrison, D.D., Bishop. (1899.) Residence, Bishop's 
House, Davenport 

Secretary of Convention. — The Rev. Charles Jacob Shutt, 181 7 Eighth St., Des MoinesL 

Assistant Secretary.— The Rev. John S. Cole, Waverly. 

Treasurer of Convention. — Stephen P. Bawden, 217 Lane Bldg., Davenport. 

Registrar.— The Rev. Webster Hakes, Muscatine. 

Chancellor. — George F. Henry, LL.D., Des Moines. 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. George Washington Hinkle, Pres.; the Rev. Wl^ 
liam Taylor Jackson, the Rev. Edward H. Rudd, D.D. ' - - - • 



Bever, J. J. Richardson, Sec, Davenport. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 



Lay, J. K. Deming, James I* 



The earliest services of the Church were held from 18^6 to 1839 by the Rev. Richard F« 
Cadle, of Green Bay, Wisconsin, and the Rev. Ezekiel G. Gear, of Fort Snelling^ 
Wisconsin (now Minnesota), as itinerant missionaries. 



The first settled clergyman was the Rev. John Batchelder, at Davenport, in 1840. The 
Primary Convention was held at TriniW Church, Muscatine, on August 17, 1853, at 
the call of Bishop Kemper, who as Missionary Bishop had jurisdiction in Iowa. 
Seven Clergymen and fifteen lawmen were present. The Diocese was admitted into 
union with the General Convention during its session in New York City, on October 
8, i8§3. At the annual Convention held in Davenport, on May 31, 1854, the Rev. 
Dr. Henry Washington Lee, Rector of St. Luke's Church, Rochester, New York, was 
elected Bishop. 



Pirtt Bishop. — Hxnry Washington Lek. Born, July 29, 
1854* Died, September 26, 1874. 

Stcomd Bishop. — ^William Stkvxns Perry. 
tember 10, 1876. Died, May 13, 1898. 



815. Consecrated, October 18^ 
Bom, January 22, 1832. Consecrated, Sc^ 

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CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Mrs. George W. Hinkle, Waterloo. 

Daughters of the King. — Diocesan Sec, Miss Carrie Knob, Waverly. 

CirW Friendly Society. — 

St, Luke's Hospital, Davenport, — Pres., the Bishop. Treas., Dr. George W. Banning. 

St. Katharine's Hall, Davenport. — ^A school for irtrls, under the care ot the Slaters ot St 

Mary. Chaplain, the Rev. Alexander A. Cairns. 
IVoman's Austlutry, Dtocesan Branch. — LOrganiscd May, 1887.] Annual meeting: tame 

and place of Diocesan Convention. Sec, Miss M. N. Watson, 516 Burlinfi^on St, 

Iowa City. 
Junior Department. — In Charge, Mrs. E.^ S. Earhart, 1530 W. 8th St., Des Moines. 

Diocesan Paper. — ''The Iowa Churchman," Keokuk. Editor, the Rev. John C Sage. 



STATISTICS. 


1910. 


1911. 


Clergy 


52 

79 

11 

493 

466 

$i6s',8s2 


52 


Priests Ordai«^ed 


2 


Church Edifices , 


79 


Organized Parishes and Missions .......................... 


7* 


Unorganized Missions 


16 


Baptisms ■•,,,.,.,..,» 


395 


Confirmed 


7,480 


Communicants 


Sunday School Teachers 


262 


Sunday School Scholars 


3*304 


Contributions 


$134,1x9 







The 60th Annual Convention will be held in Trinity Cathedral, Davenport, 
on the third Tuesday in May, 19 12. 



THE CLERGY. 
Turn BiiBOF. 

TRINITY CATHEDRAL CHURCH (com. 461), DAVENPORT. 

Dean. — The Rev. Marmaduke Hare. 

Archdeacon. — Iowa City: the Ven. William Daniel Williams. D.D. 

Rural Deans. — Waverly: the Rev. Wellington McVettie. Sioux City: the Rev. Frank 

Edward Drake. Muscatine: the Rev. R. G. Tones, D.D. Cedar Rapids: the Rev. 

William Pence James. Des Moines: the Rev. Robert B. H. Bell. 
Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — The Rev. William Taylor Jackson, the Rev. John Arthur, 

D.D., the Rev. Edward H. Rudd, D.D., the Rev. William Daniel Williams, D.D., 

the Rev. R. P. Smith. 



PAKISHES AND MISSIONS. 



Akron 

Albia 

Algona 

Ames 

Anamosa — . 

Atlantic 

Belle Plaine . 
Bellevue .... 

Boone 

Brooklyn 

Burlington . . 

Carroll 

Cedar Falls . . 
Cedar Rapids 

Chariton 

Charles City . 
Cherokee . . . . 
Clermont ... 



CHUKCHBS AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



Grace 26. 

St. Thomas 17. 

St. Tohn 32. 

St Mark , 28. 

Trinity 17- 

Trinity 21 . 

St Paul 18. 

Grace S3- 

St Mark 8. 

Christ 181. 

Trinity 27. 

St Luke 65. 

Grace 472. 

St Andrew 57- 

Grace 50. 

St John 10. 

Our Saviour 30. 



George Robert Chambers. 
Henry Moore Babin. 

John Henry Davis. 

Wm. Daniel Williams, D.D. 

Thomas Horton. 
Wm. Daniel Williams. D.D. 
Robert Griffith Jones, D.D. 
Frank Edward Drake. 
John Saunders Cole, 
lohn Arthur, D.T), 
iGeorge Robert Chambers. 
William Vesey Whitten. 
Ralph Parsons Smith. 
Wellington McVettie. 



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(North) .... 
Counctt Blnfft 

Cresco 

Crestoa 

Dmrenport . . . , 



Dccorui • • • 
Denison . • . 
Dcs MoisM 



Dttlmqutt 



Durant 

Oyersrille . . . 
Eagle Grove .. 
£iimieteb«rs • 
EMherriUe ... 

Fairbenk 

Fairfield 

Farley 

Fort DoAn •• 
Fort liaiuiott 

Oarden Grore 
Glenwood .... 

Orinnell 

Harlaa 

Independence 
Iowa at/ .... 
Iowa Paut ... 
Jeff enoB ..*... 
Keolrak 



Le Man .. 

Lyons . . . . 
Mapleton . 
Maquoketa 
Marengo . . 



Marshalltown . . 
Majpn aty .... 

McGregor 

Missouri Valley 

Montrose 

Mooar 

Mount Pleasant 
Muscatine ..... 



Nashua .... 
Newton . . . . 
Oelwein . . . 
Onawa . . . . 
Oakaloom .. 
Ottumwa ... 
Popejoy ■ . . . 
Sac City ... 
Sheldon . . . 
Sbenandeah 



SiMey .... 
Sioux Qty 



Spencer . . . . 
Spirit Lake 



CHUaCBXt AMD 
COMMUMZCAMTa. 



St John Z87. 

Grace •' 247. 

St. Paul 405. 

Grace 37. 

St Paul 47* 

Christ z8. 

St Katharine's Chapel. 

Grace 49* 

Trinity ^8. 

St Paul 468. 

St Luke 120. 

St Mark 126, 

St John 475* 

St Paul 14. 

Christ 23. 

St John 46.. 

Trinity 83., 

Grace 50. 

St Luke z8.. 

St Peter 17., 

St. George 58.. 

St Mark 130., 

St Luke loa., 

St John a$,. 

St John 16.. 

St Paul ao.. 

St Paul 9a., 

St James ,',.,, 95., 

Trinity ax8., 

St Matthew 3a., 

St Thomas zi.. 

St John 226.. 

St Mary the Virgin. . . 31 . . 

St George 49.. 

Grace 

Trinity Memorial a8.. 

St Mark 43.. 

St James xo.. 

St Paul X49.. 

St John 68.. 

St Andrew 6.. 

x6., 

St Barnabas 23 . , 

St Andrew 23., 

St Michael 64.. 

Trinity 201 . , 

St Mark 17.. 

St Stephen 22.. 

St Mary 44« • 



St James 126. 

Trinity 334. 

St Matthew 8. 

Trinity 18. 

St Mark S- 

St John 34' 

St John 6. 

St Paul 201. 

St. Thomas 327. 

St Stephen 63. 

Good Shepherd x i . 



Frederick H. Burrell, D.D. 
Wilbur Scranton Leete. 

Wellington McVettie. 
David Fergaaon. 

i Alexander A. Cairns. 
Wellington McVettie. 
Charles Alexander Corbitt 
Robert B. H. BelL 
Charles Jacob Shutt 
Thomas Caaady. 
John Dysart. 

Wm. Daniel Williams, D.IX 
John Henry Davia. 
Charles Henry Walters. 
Harry Moore Babin. 
Mark G. Paulson. 

William Taylor Jackson. 
John Henry Davis. 
Frank Edward Drake, D.D. 
Edward H. Rudd. 

Allen Judd. 

Leverett D. Brainerd. 

Wm. Daniel Williams, D.D. 
Alvin Scollay Hock. 
Henry Louis Austin Pick. 
Wm. Daniel Williams, D.D. 
Charles Henry Walters. 

John Charles Sage. 
William Alexander Bruce. 
Seth M. Wilcox. 
Wilbur Scranton Leete. 

Wm. Daniel Williams, D.D, 
Wm. Daniel Williams, DJDl 

William Pence Ji 



John Charles Sage. 
Thomas Henry Gilbert 
William Taylor Jackson. 
Webster Hakes. 

William Vesey Whitten. 

Ralph Parsons Smith. 
William Phillips Williama. 
William Charles Hengen. 
Charles Henry Walters. 

Ralph Parsons Smith. 
Richard W. Ellerby. 

Ralph Parsons Smith. 
Edmund H. Gaynor. 
Ralph Parsons Smith. 
William D. Morrow. 
Wm. Daniel Williama, DJX 



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V«il 

Washington 
Waterloo ... 

Waveriy '!.*.*; 
Webster City 
West Union 
What Cheer 
Wintenet .. 



CHURCHBI AMD 
COMMUNICANTS. 



St. John as. 

Trinity is- 

Christ ■ 200. 

St. Mark 37- 

St. Andrew ia6. 

St. Luke 17. 

St. Peter la. 

St. Paul 39. 

Trinity ix. 



CLsaoY. 



Charles Alexander Corbitt. 
Alexander A. Cairns. 
George Washington Hinkle. 
) John Saunders Cole. 

Frank Edward Drake, D.D. 

Wm. Daniel Williams, D.D. 
Charles Jacob Shutt 



NONPAROCHIAL. 



Alexander, C. G. A., Warsaw, 111. 

Caldwell, John, Cedar Falls. 

Cathell, J. Everst. D.D., Ridemond, Ind. 

Gaynor, Samuel C, Le Mars. 

Gorrell, Abraham V., Chicago, 111. 

Hartley, Henry Alexander Satumin, 

Dublin, Ireland. 
Hewetson, George Benson, England. 
Hewitt, Robert W., Burlington. 



Johnson, Henry Cbmelius, Nashua. 
Pratt, Arthur, Oelwein. 
Marvin, Hobart L., Des Moines. 
Mcllwain, Robert C, r. em., Keolfuk. 
Pickworth, Felix Henry, ch. penitentiary, 

Anamosa, la. 
Remington, C. H., Colorado Springs. 
Scaife, H. W., Denver, CoL 
Wharton, W. P. N. J., England. 



DIOCESE OF KANSAS. (A. D. 1859O 

Limits. — That portion of the State of Kansas as lies to the east of the western Hnes of 
Washington, Clay, Dickinson, Marion, Harvey, Sedgwick, and Sumner counties. 

Population (1900), 1,020,000. Area, 30,615 sq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rev. Frank Roskbsook Mizxspaugh, D.D.. Bishop. (1895.) Residence, 
Topeka. 

Secretary of Convention. — ^The Rev. W. H. Burbank, Manhattan. 

Assistant Secretary. --The Rev. Albert G. Head, Clay Centre. 

Treasurer.r-T). W. Nellis, Topeka. 

Registrar. — ^The Rev. William H. Haupt, Burlington. 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Very Rev. James P. de Beever Kaye, Pres., Topeka; 

the Rev. Robert H. Mize, the Rev. Percy T. Fenn, D.D. Lay, Hon. D. W. Nellis, 

George A. Rockwell, O. B. Hardcastle, H. C. Kibbee. 

HISTORICAL NOTBS. 

The first services of the Church were held in i8s4 by the Rev. Dr. John McNamara at 
Leavenworth. The political disturbances of the time soon compelled his withdrawaL 
On December 10, 1856, the Rev. Hiram Stone, of Connecticut, organized a Parish at 
Leavenworth. The Primary Convention met at Wyandotte on August 11 and xa 
under the call of Bishop Kemper, as Missionary Bishop having jurisdiction. There 
were then in the territory ten clergymen. The Diocese was admitted into union with 
the General Convention at its session in Richmond, Virginia, on October 7, 1859. 
At a special convention held on April 11 and 12, 1860, at which eight clergymen and 
eight laymen were present, the Rev. Dr. Heman Dyer, Secretary of Evangelical 
Knowledge Society, of New York City, was elected as Bishop. Upon his declination 
the Rt. Rev. Dr. Lee was placed in charge of the Diocese. At the Convention held in 
Atchison on September 14 and is, 1864, at which six clergymen and seven lay dele- 
gates were present, the Rev. Dr. Thomas Hubbard Vail, Rector of Trinity Church, 
Muscatine, Iowa, was elected Bishop. 

First Bishop. — Tbomas Hubbard Vail. Bom, October 21, 181 2. Consecrated, Decern* 
ber 15, 1864. Died, October 6, 1889. 

Second Bishop. — Elisra Smith Thomas. Bom, March a, 1834. Consecrated, May 4, 
1887. Dted, March 9, 189s* 

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CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Christ's Hospital, Topeka.^Prts,. the Bishop. Supt., J, C McQintock* M.D.. rr#4M.. th* 

Hon. John K. Mulvane. Chaplain, the Rev. BoSqt King Pooley. Dirtctress, MiM 

Alice M. Gaggs. 
College of the Sisters of Bethany, Topeka. — Pres., the Bishop. Treas., J. R. Burrow, 

Topeka. Principal, Miss M. C. Hambleton. Chaplain, the Rev. 
Daughters of the Ktng. — Pres., Mrs. G. A. Rockwell, Junction City. Sec.-Treas., Mrs* C 

W. Nau, 221 N. Walnut St. lola. 
Kansas Theological SchooL — (See Educational Institutions.) 
St. Luke's Hospital, Wellington. — Pres., the Bishop. Supt., Mrs. Sutpheft. 
Training School for Nurses.— 'Directress, Miss Ellen Gaggs. 
IVoman s Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized May, 1884.] Annual meeting at time 

and place of Diocesan Convention. Pres., Mrs. F. R. Millspaugh. Sec, and Treas., 

Mrs. George F. Leonard, Lawrence. 
Junior Department. — Directress, Miss Cora J. Cain, Atkinson. 

Diocesan Paper. — ''Kansas Churchman," Topeka. Editor, Warren Randolph Yeakel. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

Unorganized Missions and Preaching Stations 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions ^. 



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45 


45 


2 


5 


6S 


74 


63 


65 


37 


37 


362 


320 


^l^ 


343 


5,084 


5.300 


362 


351 


2,025 


2,119 


$75,281 


$155,940 



The 53d Annual Convention will meet in St. John's Church, Wichita, May 22-23, 191a. 

THE CLERGY. 
GRACE CATHEDRAL CHURCH (com. 705), TOPEKA (Polk and Eighth Streets). 

Ths Bishop. 

Dean. — The Very Rev. James P. de Beever Kaye. 

Canons. — 

Hon. Canons. — The Deans of Convocation, e.r officio. 

Archdeacon of Southern Kansas. — The Ven. William Henry Haupt. 

Chancellor.— The Hon. Charles Blood Smith, Topeka. , 

Secretary and Treasurer. — John N. Macomb, Lawrence. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains.— The Very Rev. J. P. de B. Kaye, the Rev. John Ben- 
nett, the Rev. Richard Colgate Talbot, the Rev. P. B. Peabody, the Rev. W. H. 
Burbank. ^ , , 

Rural VeansL—N. E.: the Rev. John Bennett. N. W.: the Rev. P. Burton Peabody. 
S. E.: the Rev. F. W. Henry. S. W.: the Rev. Robert Herbert Mize. 



FAUSHSS AND MlSSIOirS. 



Abilene ' 

Alma 

Arkansas City 
Atchison 



Augusta 

Baxter Springs 
Blue Rapids .. 
Burlingame . . . 
Burlington . . . . 

Caldwdl 

Caney 

Cedarvale 

Centralia ' 

Chanute 

Cherokee 



CHURCUKS AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



St. John 



Trinity 

Trinity 

St. Andrew 
Atonement 
St. Mark .. 
St. Mark . . 



Ascension 



St. Bartholomew 
St. Matthew 



. 34. 
. 3- 

. lOI. 

[306- 
. 32- 

. 22. 

• 33. 

. 3. 

. 78. 

. 4. 



Grace 



. 3. 

.III. 
. 5. 



Canon Missioner. 

Arthur Van Camp Francis. 



Canon Missioner. 
Charles Albert Weed.* 
P. Burton Peabody. 
The Archdeacon. 

Canon Missioner. 



Canon Missioner. 
Lucas G. Fourier. 
Frank William Hcnr 

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rAUIHIl AMD ICIMIOMt. 



Cliernrvale 

Clictopa 

a»y Centre , 

Coifcyvme 

Colttinbtts 

Council Grove 

Dwight 

Edna 

^dorado , 

Elgin , 

Emporia 

Eric 

Edcridge 

Eureka 

Florence 

Fort Learenworth 

Fort Riley 

Fort Scott 

Frankfort 

-Galena 

Gamett , 

Girard 

nenngton ..*••..••• 

Hiawatha 

Holton 

Horton 

Independence 

lolaVT. 

Inring 

Junction City 

Kaniai Qty 

La Jfygne . .* * .' .' .* .' * * .* * * * * ' .* 

LaHarpe 

Lawrence 

Leavenworth 

Lebo 

Marion .^ 

Manhattan 

Marysville 

Monmouth 

Neodesha 

Newton 

Olathe 

Ouwatomie 

Oskaloosa 

Ottawa 

Parsons 

Peahody , 

Plttsbursr 

Picasanton 

Sabctha 

Sedan 

Seneca 

Severance , 

Severy , 

Thayer 

Strong City 

Topeka (Quincey and Lau- 
rent Sta.) 

(Western and rth Sts.) . . . 

_ (909 Ji E. 4th St.) 

Tonganoxie 



CHUBCHUAND COMMUNICANTI 



St. Stephen 1*1. 

St, Paul I », . 

St. Paul 50. 

St. Paul 64. 

St. Paul II. 

6. 

St. Paul J. 

I . 

Trinity 23. 

Grace 16. 

St. Andrew 114. 

3. 

z. 

St. Thomas 13. 

Holy Spirit 8. 

Post Chapel 90. 

Post Chapel 35. 

St. Andrew 103. 

3« 

St. Mary 36. 

3' 

St. John 94. 

St. Tames the Less.... 30. 

St. John 24. 

St Thomas 16. 

St. Luke 

Epiphany 103 . 

St. Timothy j. 48. 

Trinity 30 . 

Covenant 105 . 

St. Paul 284. 

St. Peter ao. 

Ascension 28 . 

Good Shepherd 24. 

13. 

6. 

Trinity 150. 

St. Paul 177. 

( hurch of the Messiah. 5 , 

3 • 

St. Paul 64 

St. Paul 16., 

Emmanuel 

Ascension 20 . , 

St. Matthew 88.. 

Emmanuel <. . . 

Institute Chapel ; , 

St. Mark 22 . 

St. Mark 9 

Grace 55 

St. John's Memorial... 50 

Holy Cross 16 

St Peter 137 

1 

1 

Epiphany 35 

St Titus 1 5 

Grace 7 . 

St Luke I . 

4 

•%. . 



Good Shepherd si, 

St. Simon the Cyrenian y* , 

Calvary i* . 

St Michael . c . 



Aaron Ferry RandalL 
George Washington Smith. 
Albert George Head. 
George Washington Smith.. 
Frank William Henry. 
Canon Misaioner. 

Canon Missioner. 
General Missionary. 
Aaron Ferry RandalL 
Robert Herbert Mixe. 
General Missionary. 
General Missionary. 

Benjamin Edar Chapman* 
Henry Swift 
Franklin Davis. 
Edward Robertson Todd. 
Canon Missioiner. 
Alexander Ernest Hawke. 
Otway Colvin. 
Frank W. Henry. 

J A. Worger Slade. 



Aafon Feiry Randall. 

Call WiUiam Nau. 

P. Burtifn Peabody. 

Frioiklin. Davis. 

L/t*iiel (M-fttiot Morony 

Jclin William Barker, D.I>. 

Etiaard S Willett.* 

Jo'm William Barker, D.D. 

Cav)n I^issioner. 

Ctrl Wilbelm Nau. 

Evan .Alexander Edwards. 

Robert King Pooley. 



WilUaro H. Burbank. 
Horace E. Toothaker. 

.Aie:can<ter Ernest Hawke.. 
Benjanin Edar Chapman. 
O'wsy Colvin. 



Oiwty Colvin. 
Jthit Bennett 
O wty Colvin. 



Frank William Henry. 
Tae Aichdeacon. 
Bmamn Edar Chapman. 
Warren Randolph YeakeL 
A. Worcer Slade. 

'4tnon Missioner. 

Libtrt Merbert Mize. 



H«.tiry 11. Brown. 
Th« Bisliop. 
Canon A^issioner. 



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PAKlSBXa AKP MISSIONS. 



Wakefield ... 

Wameso . . . . 
Washington 
WelUnston .. 
Wetmore . . . 
Wichita .... 

Williamsburg 
Winfield .... 
Yates Centre 



CHUmCBIS AND 
COMliaNICANTS. 



St. George 31 •• 

St. John 27 • • 

St. Luke so.. 

Grace 40.. 

St. Paul 44.- 

Grace 16 . . 

St. John ^75" 

All Saints 18.. 

St. Augustine 23 . . 

St. Stephen 60.. 

St. Barnabas 23 . . 

Grace 92. . 

Calvary 20 . . 

Scattered 125 . . 



) Arthur Samuel Freese. 

Frederick Charles Rufle. 
Horace E. Toothaker. 
William M. Kearons. 

J Percy T. Fenn, D.D. 

Percy T. Fenn, D.D. 

John Bennett. 
Douglas Irwin Hobbs. 



Bennett, John, Kansas City, Ksa. 
Brooks, David, San Diego, Cal. 
Busser, Samuel Edwin, Los Angeles, CaL 
Cameron, Charles J^ Canada. 
Carr, Horace M., D.D., Parsons. 
Cowgill, T. W.. Reno, Ncv. 
Degen, George P., South Byfield, Mass. 
Flockhart, John E., G. T. S., New York. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Herrlich von, John F., off. New York Qty. 
Lee, James Hervey, Maahsttsn. 
Skinner, Edward L., Ottawa, Kan. 
Silver, Horace P., Topeka. 
Swift, Henry, U. S. Ch., Fort Learea- 

worth. 
Talbot, Richard C. 
Watkins, Albert, Fort Scott 



DIOCESE OF KANSAS CITY. (A. D. 1890.) 

Limits. — That portion of tht Statt of Missouri lying west of the eastern boundaries of 
Putnam, Sullivan, Linn, and Charlton counties/ of the northeast tine af Howmrd 
County; of the north and west lines of Boone County, and until it strikes MonUeam 
County; and of the east lines of Moniteau, Morgan, Camden, Laclede, Wright, 
Douglas, and the north and east lines of Howell County, 

Population (1900), i, 598,24 1* Area, 36,720 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rev. Sidney Catlin Partridge, D.D., Bishop. (Cons. 1900; trans. 191 1.) 
Residence, 3531 Walnut St., Kansas City, Mo. 

Secretary and Registrar. — The Rev. Carl Reed Taylor, 525 Kensington Ave., Kansas City. 

Assistant Secretary. — W. F. Eves, Neosho, Mo. 

Treasurer. — Harry L. Arnold, Federal Building, Kansas City. 

Chancellor. — ^John T. Harding, Kansas City. 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. James Stewart-Smith, Pres.; the Rev. Edward 
Henry Eckel, the Rev. Jefferson Davis Ritchey, D.D.. Sec. Lay, A. C. Stowell, John 
T. Harding, Horace Stringfellow. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 
(See Missouri.) 

A memorial from the Diocese of Missouri was presented to the General Convention at its 
sessions in the City of New York in 1889, praying that a new Diocese be erected 
within its limits. On October 15, consent was given by both Houses. The Primary 
Convention was held in Grace Church, Kansas City, June 3-4, 1890. The Rev. Ed- 
ward Robert Atwill, Rector of Trinity Church, Toledo, Ohio, was elected Bishop. 

On October 22, 1904, the General Convention, at its session in Boston, Massachusetts, 
consented to the change of name from West Missouri to Kansas City. 

First Bishop. — Edward Robert AxwtLL. Born, February 18, 1840. Consecrated, October 
14, 1890. Died, January 24, 191 1. , 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church Club.— Pres., A. C. Stowell. 

Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Mrs. L. W. Johnson, 43a N. Fourth 

St., St Joseph, Mo. 
Daughters of the King. — Diocesan Sec, Miss M. Abbey. 1015 Lvdia Ave., Kansas City. 
GirlP Friendly Society in America. — (One parochial Branch.) Kansas City: Sec, Miss 

Greene, 3354 Baltimore Ave., Kansas City. 
St. Luke's Hospital nth St. and Euclid Ave., Kansas City. — Supt., Miss L Eleanor Keely. 

Treas., Mrs. Donald Mosher. ^222 Central St., Kansas City. 
Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized June, iSoo-l Annual meeting: day 

following Diocesan Convention. Cor. Sec, Miss Grace E. Waldron, 3508 Baltimore 

Ave., Kansas City, Mo. ' 

Junior Department. — Sec, Miss Mary Bryan, 952 S. Jefferson St., Springfield. ^ 

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Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions 
Unorganized Missions 
Baptisms . 
Confirmed . . . 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 
Sunday School Scholars 
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The 23d Annual Council will be held at Trinity Church, Kansas City, May 14 1912 

at ID A. M. 
THE CLERGY. 
_. , , ^ The Bishop. 

jShnson^*'**'*^ C/ta/^/ainj.—The Rev. Charles Albert Weed, the Rev. Edward C 

Deans of Convocations.— l^orthern: the Rev. Edward Henry Eckel. Central: the Rev 

Jefferson Davis Ritchey. Kansas City. Southern; the Rev. Charles Albert Weed 
ArcMeacon.-.Thc Rev. Edward C. Johnson, 323 Wabash Ave., Kansas City 



FABISHia AMD WiSlIOM S. 

Albany 

Amazonia 

Aurora 

Blackburn 

Boonville 

Breckenridge 

Brookfleld 

Brunswick 

BuUer 

Cameron 

CarroUton 

Carthage 

Chillicothe 

Clinton 

Craig 

East Sedalia 

Excelsior Springs 

Fayette 

Fordland 

Gallatin 

Hamitton 

Harrisonville 

Higginsville 

Holden 

Independence . • 

Joplin 

Kansas Qty (13th St, bet 
B'dwV & Washing'nSt) 

<Troost Ave.* 'n! 'iith St) 

<2Qth St. & Tracy Ave.) . . 
<5i9 Kensington Ave.)... 
CProspect Ave. ft 7th St) 
<x3th and Holmes Sts.).. 

<40th and Walnut Sts.).. 



(loth and Tracy Sts.) 

King aty 

L.amar 

Lathrop 

Lebanon 

I>ee's Summit 

Lexington 



CHURCHESAND COMMUNICANTS 



St. Matthew 3. 

Trinity 6. 

Mediator 6 . 

Christ 69 . 



Grace 30 . 

St. Paul 6. 

St Mark 9. 

St. John 30 . 

St Paul 12. 

Grace 128. 

Grace 122. 

St Paul 38. 



All Saints 17. 

St Luke 14. 

St. Mary 28 . 

St. Luke 3 . 

Trinity ..'..'.'..*.'.'.'.".*.* .' 8 .* 

St Peter 17. 



Mt. Calvary 5 . 

Trinity 160. 

St. Philip -. 127. 

Grace 404 . 

Holy Spirit (Df.Mute) 24. 

St. Augustine 140 . 

St. George 442 . 

St John 153. 

St. Mark ..*......... 140. 

St Mary 210. 

St. Paul 400 . 

St. Simon the Cyrenian. 

S. Giov. Battista 

Trinity 395. 

••:•. 4. 

Trinity 22 . 

Trinity 24 . 

St Paul 16. 

Christ S3. 



Charles H. Bohn. 

[■The Archdeacon. 
Frederick Maurice WeddelL 
David E. Johnstone.* 

The Archdeacon. 



David E. Johnstone.* 
Charles H. Bohn. 

Oscar Horaburger. 
Charles Albert V\ecd. 



Jacob Mitchell Koehler.* 
Edward Sherman Willett 
Cyrus Townsend Brady,LL.D. 
Carl Reed Taylor. 
Arthur M. Griffin. 
James Stewart-Smith. 
Jefferson Davis Ritchey, D.D. 
Robert Nelson Spencer. 
Giovanni Marchello.* 
Robert Nelson Spencer. 

James Senior. 

George Churchill Rafter. 
Oscar Homburger. 
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PASISHBI AND MISSIONS. 



Liberty 

Marshall 

Maryrille 

Milan 

Mouns} City . . . . 

Monett 

Mottntain Grore 

Neosho 

Nevada 

Platte City 

Oswald 

Plattsburg 

Pleasant Hill .. 

Richland 

Richmond , 

Rich HiU 



St. Joseph (North 7th and 

Francis Sts.) 

(So. nth & Monteey Sts.) 
(xpos North ad St.) .... 
(419 South 17th St.) .... 

Savannah 

Sedalia 

Springfield 



CHUBCHU AND 
COMIIUNICANTS. 



Grace 16. 

Trinity 37 . 

St. Paul 14. 



St. Stephen 21. 

St Mark 25. 

St. John 42 . 

All Saints 63. 

St. Thomas 

St. Oswald 34. 

St. Mary x6 . 

Calvary 23 . 

St. Paul 10. 

St. Paul 10. 

6. 



Stanberry .... 
Sweet Springs 

Tipton 

Trenton 

Urica 

Versailles 

Warrensbtirg .. 
Webb aty .... 

Weston 

West Plains .. 



Christ 515 •' 

Holy Trinity 75 . . 

St. Luke 41.. 

St. Matthias 13.. 

St. Mary 8.. 

Calvary 185.. 

Christ ISO.. 

St. John 245.- 

Trinity 6.. 

St. James 15.. 

St. George .. 

St. Philip 28.. 

Trinity 5.. 

Trinity 3.. 

Christ 28 . . 

St. Paul 25.. 

St. John IS.. 

All Saints 44 . . 



Carl Reed Taylor. 
Charles H. Bohn. 
The Archdeacon. 



Frederick Maurice WeddclL 
Robert James Belt. 
Charles Albert Weed. 



Oscar Homburger. 
The Archdeacon. 

Edward Henry EckeU 
Edward Henry EckeL 

Douglass Henry Atwill. 
Frank Frederick Beckerman. 
George Churchill Rafter. 

Charles H. Bohn. 



William Arthur Pearman» 
Charles Albert Weed. 

Robert James Belt 



Harper, Thomas G., England. 



NGN PAROCHIAL. 

I Stearns, Chilton Rupert, Cincinnati, O. 



KEARNEY. 

MISSIONARY DISTRICT. 

Limits. — All that part of tht State of Nebraska lying west of the west lines of the coun- 
ties of Knox, Antelope, Boone, Nance, Merrick^ Hamilton^ Clay, and Nnckols, 
Population, 309*163. Area, S4»7oo sq. m. 

Tbb Rt. Rbv. Gborgb Allbn Bebcher^ Missionary Bishop. (19 10.) Residence, Kearney*. 
Neb. 

Secretary of Council. — ^The Rev. Lee Huntington Young, Hastings, Neb. 

Assistant Secretaries. — The Rev. Frederick D. Graves, and H. A. Webbcrt, Kearney, Neb*. 

Treasurer,— Th^ Rev. J. M. Bates, Red Cloud, Neb. 

Chancellor, — The Hon. R. R. Horth, Grand Island, Neb. 

Council of Advice. — Clerical, the Rev. Charles Frederick Chapman, the Rev. Lee Hunt- 
ington Young, the Rev. Frederick D. Graves, Sec. Lay, Arthur MacNamara, John 
G. Lowe, Dr. E. A. Meservey. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

On October 4, 1889, there was presented to the House of Deputies of the General Con- 
vention by the Rev. John Hewitt on behalf of the Diocese of Nebraska, a memorial 
praying for curtailment of the limits of that Diocese. On October 19 a preamble and 
resolutions granting the prayer were adopted, and concurred in by tne House of 
Bishops on October 22. October 23 the new Missionary Jurisdiction was named 
' he Missionary Jurisdiction of The Platte." On the same day the Rev. Anson 
Rogers Graves, Rector of Gethsemane Church, Minneapolis, was elected as its Bishop» 
and the nomination was duly approved by the House of Deputies. Dr. Graves waa> 
consecrated in Gethsemane Church, Minneapolis, on January i, 1890. On October 
12, 1898, a report "on the rearrangement of Missionary Jurisdictions" was presented 

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in the House of Bishops, which was adopted and communicated to the House of 
Deputies. The boundaries of the Missionary Jurisdiction of the Platte was changed 
"by the addition of all that portion of the State of Wyoming Iving east of the west 
lines of the counties of Sheridan. Johnson, Natrona and Carbon. The district 
hereafter to be called the Missionary District of Laramie, and the title of the Bishop 
to be the Missionary Bishop of Laramie/' 

On October zo, 1907, tne House of Bishops adopted a report from its Committee on Do- 
mestic Missions, which embodied the suggestions of the conference of the Seventh 
Missionary District, held in Boise, Idaho, on May 3, 1907. Paragraph six of the 
resolution contained in the report is: "6. That the Missionary District of Laramie 
be changed in name to Kearney, and include the area of the former Missionary 
District of the Platte, being relieved of any and all portions of the State of Wyoming 
heretofore attached to it." — (Journal, General Convention, 1907, p. 73.) 

First Bishop. — ^Anson Rogers Graves. Born, April 13, 1842. Consecrated Bishop of The 
Platte, January i, 1890. Resigned, October 29, 19 10. Residence, Coronado, Gal. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS.. ^ 
Kearney Military Academy, Kearney, Neb. — Principal, the Bishop. Head Master, H. N. 

Russell. Chaplain, the Rev. Isaac Yohanan. 
IVoman's Auxiltary, Diocesan Branch. — LOrganized April, 1892.I Annual meetini;: time 

and place of Annual Convention. Sec, Miss Eleanor J. Ridgeway, Lexington, Neb. 
Junior Auxiliary, — 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions ... 

Unorganized Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants : . . . 

Sunday School Teachers and Officers 

Sundav School Scholars 

Contributions , 



1910. 



1911.' 



17 


13 


29 


32 


20 


29 


54 


33 


J25 


87 


264 


62 


2,053 


2,041 


146 


138 


. ^7 


940 


$23,144 


$12,287 



''These statistics are for nine months, owing to a change of date of the annual convention. 

The next Annual Convention will assemble in the Church of Our Saviour, 

North Platte, the second Wednesday in May (May. 8), 1912. . 

THE CLERGY. 

Thb Bishop. 
Bishofs Examining Chaplains. — The Rev. John M. Bates, the Rev. Lee Huntington 
Young, the Rev. Charles Frederick Chapman, the Rev. Philip Grouchy Snow, the Rer. 
Louis A. Arthur. 



PAftlSHU AND MISSIOMt. 



Ainsworth . . . . 

Alliance 

Anselmo 

Arapahoe 

Arcadia 

Atkinson 

Bassett 

Bayard ....... 

Benkleman . . . . 

Bloomington . . 
Bridgeport .... 

Broken Bow .. 
Brown Valley . 

Callaway 

Chadron 

Cody 

Com VaUey .. 

Crawford 

Cnlbertson . . . 

Ewing 

Famam 

Fort Robinson 
Franklin 



CHURCHES ANn COMMUNICANTS 



St. Matthew 40. 

St Paul .* .' .* .' .' .' .* .' .* .' .* .* *. 37 . 

6. 

7. 

26. 

St. Margaret i . 

10. 

St. Mary 9 . 

Good Shepherd 18. 

St. John the Divine ... 96 . 

s. 

Holy Trinity 32. 

Grace 84. 

4. 

I. 

St. Monica 21 . 

9. 

Trinity 16. 

33. 



Calvary 13. 



Walter William Wells. 

Will S. G. DumvilL 
Le Roy W. Dowd. 
John M. Bates. 
Walter William Wells. 
Walter William Wells. 

Alfric J. R. Goldsmith. 
Will S. J. DumviU. 



Frederick Danitl Graves. 
Walter William Wells. 
Frederick Daniel Graves. 
Frederick Daniel Graves. 
Alfric J. R. Goldsmith. 
Walter William Weils. 

Frederick Daniel Graves. 



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WJkKUWn AMD MIMZOHt. 



Gerifltf 

<sibbon 

Oordon 

Oothenburg 

Orand lauuid 

Oreeley 

Uaigler 

Harrison 

Hastings 

Holdrege 

HoUy 

Indianoia 

Inman 

Johnstown 

&eamey 

(Kearney Military Acad'y) 

Kennedy 

Kilgore 

Kimball 

, i.«xington 

Ix>up City 

McCook 

Mason City 

Mema 

Merriman 

Minatare 

Mullen 



Naponee . . . . 
North Platte 
Oconto 



Osalalla .... 

O^Neill 

Ord 

Orleans 

Red Cloud .. 
Riverton .... 

St. Paul 

Sargent 

Scotts Bluffs 

Sidney 

Stratton .... 

Trenton 

Valentine . . . 

Wilcox 

Wood Lake . 
Wood Rlrer . 



CHUBCHBt AMD 
COMMUMICANTt. 



St. Timothy 8. 

St. Agnes . .' 7. 

......••. •••••••^ 6. 

Grace 7. 

St Stephen 139* 



Sl Philip 4. 

9. 

St Mark J16. 

St Elizabeth 30. 

...•...•.••••••••..••• 6. 

4. 



: X7- 

St Luke 173. 

4a. 

All Saints 4* 



St. Hilda 17. 

St Peter 98. 



St Alban 5^* 

.••••.. 6. 

7. 

St Paul 13. 

9' 

St. Joseph and Associ* 

ate Missions 171* 

8. 

Our Saviour S50. 

St Mark 16. 

St Paul 27. 

St Paul 17. 

St John 6. 

4« 

Grace 25. 

4. 

Holy Trinity 3J. 

J. 

Christ* *.*.'.*..*.'.*.*.*.*...*.! 65. 

25. 

8. 

St John 40. 

5. 

6. 

St James 8. 



John M. Bates. 
Frederick Daniel GrsTCib 
George L. Freebern. 
Louis Augustus Arthur. 
John M. Bates. 
Alfric J. R. Goldsmith. 
Frederick Daniel Graves. 
Lee Huntington Young. 

Frederick Daniel Graves. 
Alfric J. R. Goldsmith. 
(Walter William WeUs. 

Philip Grouchy Snow. 
Isaac Yohannan. 

Walter William Wells. 

George L. Freebern. 
John M. Bates. 
Alfric J. R. Goldsmith. 

Will S. T. Dumvill. 
Walter William WeUs. 



) Francis Burnell RandalL 
Charles Frederick 



Walter WilUam Wells. 
John M. Bates. 

(John M. Bates, 
ohn M. Bates, 
ohn M. Bates, 
rederick Daniel Graves. 
Frank Alexander Joseph. 
Alfric J. R. Goldsmith. 
Alfric J. R. Goldsmith. 
Walter William WeUs. 

Walter William WeUs. 
John M. Bates. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 

Tyrcr, Alfred H., Toronto, Ontario. 



DIOCESE OF KENTUCKY. (A. D. 1839.) 

Ljmits.— rA# DioetMt of Kentucky comprigM tlu Counties of Cmrott, Howry, SMkjh 
Sponcor, NoUon. tvathington, Marion, Taylor, Adair, Russoli and CHnion In Cm- 
tucky, and all tho torriiory wost thoroof in tho Staio of Kontmeky. 
PopnlstiiMi (1900), 1,146,660. Arcs. I9t96s iq. m. 

Tkm Rt. Rsv. Ckabus Edwaio Woodcock, D.D., Bishop. Retidoneo, 1x29 Third Stml^ 
LottisvUle. 

Soero ta r y of CouneiL-John Jsoob Ssuoders, Board of Trade BnUdlng, Louisville. 

Asnttant Sreroiary,—nt Rev. HamUton Mockridge, aw Virginia Ave., LouisviUe. 

Trgasuror, — ^Ishsm Bridges, 2$$ West Msin St^ LoulsviUe. 

it#giffnr.~John Jsoob Saunders, IxmisviUe, Kv. 

Librarian, — ^The Rev. Harry S. Musson, 1023 Cherokee Road, Louisville. ^ j 

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Historiographer. — The Rev. Arthur £. Whatham, 152 Keats Ave., Louisville. 
Chancellor, — ^Hon. A. £. Richards, The Paul Jones, Louisville. 

Standing Committee, — Clerical, the Rev. James G. Minnigerode, D.D., Pres,; the Very 
Rev. Charles Ewell Craik, D.D., the Rev. Lloyd Erastus Johnston. Lay, Alvah L. 
- Terry, Louisville, Sec; Oiarles B. Castner, William A. Robinson. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The earliest services of the Church were held in 1775 by the Rev. Jfohn Lythe, of Harrods- 
burgh, Virjfinia. He was a member of the first territorial legislature. They were of 
short duration. The Rev. Benjamin Sebastian came to Kentucky in 1788, when he 
became secularized and prominent as a Judge. He is said to have preached occasion- 
ally. The first settled clergyman was the Rev. William Kavenaugh, a convert in 1800 
from Methodism. He officiated as Missionary at Louisville, Middletown, Shelbyville, 
and Frankfort. The Primary Convention was held in Christ Church, Lexington, on 
Julv 8 and 9, 1829, with nine Clergymen and nine lay delegates, and was placed 
under the Episcopal charge of Bishop Ravenscroft of North Carolina. In 1831 the 
Rev. Benjamin Bosworth Smith, of Philadelphia, was elected as Bishop. Owing to 
some informality in his election, he did not accept. In 1832 he was again elected. 
He lived to be the eighth Presiding Bishop of the American Church, 1868- 1884. 

First Bishop. — Benjamin Boswortu Smith. Born, June 13, 1794. Consecrated, October 
31, 1832. Died, May 31, 1884. 

Assistant Bishop. — George David Cummins. Born, December 11, 1822. Consecrated, 
November 15, 1866. Deposed, June 24, 1874. uied^ June 26, 1876. 

Second Bishop. — Thomas Underwood Dudley. Bom, September 26, 1837. Consecrated, 
January 27, 1875. Died, January 22, 1904. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church Home, Morton Ave., Louisville. — Pres., the Bishop. Sec, George P. Walton. 

Chaplain, the Rev. Granville C. Waller. 
CUrgvman's.Life Insurance Association* — Treas., J. W. E. Bayly, Louisville. 
Daughters of the King. — Diocesan Sec, 
Girls' Friendly Inn. — House Mother, Miss Josephine M. Kremm, 219 East Chestnut St, 

Louisville. 
Girls' Friendly Society. — Pres., Miss Lizzie L. Robinson, 118 E, Kentucky St., Louisville. 
Home of the Innocents, 106 West Broadway, Louisville. — Provides for orphaned and desa- 

tute children under six years of age. Pres., the Bishop. Chaplain, the Rev. James 

G. Minnegerode, D.D. Treas., D. W. Gray. 
John N. Norton Memorial Infirmary, Third and Oak Streets, Louisville. — Pres^^ J. G. 

McCuUoch. Sec, Cushman Quarrier. Treas., Columbia Finance and Trust Co. 
Orphanage of the Good Shepherd, 1408 Morton Ave., Louisville, — Pres., the Bishop. 

Matron, Mrs. Anna S. Garret. 
Protestant Episcopal Orphan Asylum, 219 East College St., Louisville. — [Founded 1836.] 

Matron. Miss L. C. Bane. 
IVoman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized Februaly, 1884.] Annual meeting: 

time and place of Diocesan Convention. Cor. Sec, Mrs. Stanley Adams, iii West 

Kentucky St., Louisville. 
Junior Department. — Mrs. Leslie Brown, 1104 Cherokee Road, Louisville. 



Diocesan Paper. — "The Bishop's Letter." Editor, John J. Saunders, Louisville. 



STATIITICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Orgatu^ed Parishes and Missions 

Unorganized Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Parish School Teachers 

Parish School Scholars 

Industrial School Teachers 

Industrial School Scholars 

Contributions 




31 
'I 
37 
33 
29 
401 

5,832 

343 

a.633 

.4 



$124,296 



The 84th Annual Council will be held in Grace Church, Hopkinsville, 
Tuesday, May 21, 1912. 



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THE CLERGY. 

. CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL (com. 756). LOUISVILLE. 
(Second St., between Green and Walnut Sts.1 
Thb Kshop. ^ 

Z?«an.— The Very Rev. C^iarles Ewcll Craik, D.D. 
Curate. — The Rev. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — ^The Rev. Frederick Thompson, the Rev. David Cadj 
Wright, the Rev. Harry S. Musson, the Rev. Richard L. McCready, the Rev. George 
Chapman Abbitt, the Rev. Charles H. Mockridge, D.D., the Rev. Charles Lewis Biggs. 



PAUSHKS AND MZSSIOSIS. 



Anchorage . . . . 
Bowling Green 
Columbus .... 
Elizabethtown . 

Fulton 

Garnettsville . . 
Grahampton . . 

(Guthrie 

Henderson .... 



Hickman . . . 
Hopkinsville 



La Grange 

Lonisvillc (Baxter Atc. and 

Broadway) 

(Floyd St.) 

(4th, between York and 

Breckenridge Sts.) .... 
(Campbell St., bet. Fultoa 

and Elm Sts.) 

(Grand Boulevard) 

(iSth and (^lestnut Sts.). 
(Gray, between Floyd and 

Preston Sts.) 

(nth and Walnut Sts.) .. 
(ad and Kentucky Sts.) . . 



(Parkland) 

(Jeffeison. near 
(Crescent Hill) 



;ath) 






4th. Av. ft Victoria PI.) 
ligh Ave. bet 34th and 

3Sth Sts.) 

Fischer Ave.) 

(Bardstown Road) 

(Main St. and Story Ave.) 

Lyndon 

Madisonville ~ 

Owensboro 

Paducah : 



Parkland .... 
Pewec Valley 
Princeton ... 
Russellville .. 
Shelbyville ... 
Uniontown ... 
WicklifFe 



CHUBCHXS AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



St. Luke 45. 

Christ 80. 

Christ 35 . 

Christ 29, 

Trinity 22. 

St. Alban 43- 

Holy Trinity 

Christ 5 . 

St. Clement 56. 

St. Paul 313. 

St. Paul 62. 

Good Shepherd 35 . 

Grace 136. 

St. John 19. 



Advent . . . 
All Saints 

Calvary . . 



.492. 



Calvary Chapel 

Immanuel 



^571. 



Epiphany 196., 

Grace 186., 

OurMercif ul Saviour . . 265 . . 
St. Andrew 475.. 

St. George 45 . . 

St. John 189., 

St. Mark 325.. 

St. Paul 409 . , 

St. Peter 83.. 

St. Stephen 265.. 

St. Thomas 

Trinity 52.. 

St. Thomas 



Trinity 78. 

Good Shepherd 10. 

Grace 224. 

St. Philip 

St. George -» . . 

St. James 56. 



Trinity 38. 

St. James 29 . 

St. John 108. 

St. John 



Pierce Naylor McDonald. 
Charles P. Parker. 

Arthur Edward Whatham- 
Edward C. McAllister. 
Arthur Edgar Gorter. 
Arthur Edgar Gorter. 

Jackson M. Mundy. 
Charles Lewis Biggs. 
Henry Jouett Geiger. 
William A. M. Tucker, 
(jeorge Chapman Abbitt 

(Harry S. Musson. 

( Ernest Russell Ladbrook. 

Cathedral Clergy. 

James G. ^Minnegerode, D.D. 

St. Andrew's Clergy. 
Hamilton R. Mockridge. 

Lloyd Eraj«tus Johnston. 
David Leroy Ferguson. 
(William Cosby Bell. 
(Francis Whittle Hardy. 

Arthur Edgar Gorter. 

(Richard L. McCready. 

(Pierce Nayler McDonald. 
David Cady Wright. 

Chas. Henry Mockridge, D.D. 
Francis Whittle Har4y. 
Harry S. Musson. 
} Arthur Edward Whatham. 

George Chapman Abbitt. 
William Risdon Plummer. 
Edward C. McAllister. 
Clinton S. Quinn. ' 

Edward C. McAllister. 
George Chapman Abbitt. 
Horace Dwight Martin. 

Frederick Thompson. 



The following unorganized Missions are served by Missionaries: Bardstown, Bards- 
town Junction, Central City, Clinton, Cloverport Earlington. Eddyville, Glasgow, Glasgow 
Junction, La Grange, Lebanon, Manon, Masriield, Morganfield, Wickliffe, Posey Chapel, 
Kenney Mound, Reybarn, Wilson Station. 

NONPAROCHIAL. 
Bagnall, Isaac T. I Mockridge, William H., Louisville. 

Benton, Mortimer M., Long Beach, CaL Waller, Granville C Lhai'lain, Louisville. 

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DIOCESE OF LEXINGTON. (A. D. 1895-) 

LiuttM.—Thg counties -of Boont, Galiatin, Owtn, Franklin, Anderson, Msrc9r, Boyk. 
Casey, Pulaski, Wayne, and all the territory m the State of Kentucky lying east of 
these, which makes the division follow as, nearly as may be the Bsth meridian, emi 
comprises half the area of the State 

Population (1910), i,o87»443- Area, 19,983 sq. m. 

TubRt. Rxv. Lbwis Wxlliav Burton, U.U., Bitbop. (1896.) 



Residence Bishop's 

Kesidence» 436 West 6tli bt., JL«xington, JHf. 
Secretary, — The Rev. George Henry Harris, Lexington, Ky. 
Treasurer. — Charles H. £&e, Lexington. Ky. 
Registrar. — George Copland, Lexington, Ky. 
Chancellor.^John T. Shelby, LL.D., Lexington, Ky. 
Historiographer, — Miss Kate Scudder, Covington, Ky. 
Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Ver. Rev. William Theodotus Capers, the Rct. James 

M. Magruder, the Rev. George Henry Harris. Lay, Henry Higgin, A. £. Striddctt, 

W. D. Spalding. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

(See Kentucky.) 

At the session of the General Convention held in Minneapolis in 1895 a memorial was 

presented from the Diocese of Kentucky, praying for a division of the Diocese. The 

prayer of the memorialists was granted. The Primary Council was held in Christ 

Church, Lexington, December 4, 1895. '^^^ Kev. Dr. Lewis William Burton was 

chosen Bishop. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 
Margaret Colleie for Girls and Young Women, Versailles. — Pres. Of the Boards the 

Bishop. Pres. of the College, the Rev. James Matthew Maxon. Prtncipal, Miss J. G. 

Whitfield. 
St, Andrew's Kindergarten, Lexington (Coloured) . — Rector, the Rev. E. L. Baskerville. 

Teacher, Miss Margaret Hummons. 
St, John's Collegiate Institute, Corbin,— Rector, the Bishop. Principal, William S. Banks. 
NoTS. — The Bishop is the spiritual head of all these schools. 
Church League of the Baptised. — Organising Diocesan Sec, Mrs. William F. LiUard, 

Lawrenceburg, Ky. 
Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Mrs. A. E. Doisy, 77 West Fourth St, 

Covington, Ky. 
Girls' Friendly Society.— Sec, Miss M. E. Holbrook, 628 Overton St, Newport. 
Clergy Relief Fund.—Treas., The Security Trust Co. of Lexington, Ky. 
The Cathedral Chapter (charged with missionary, educational, and charitable affairs of 

the Diocese). — Members: The Bishop, Dean of the Cathedral, the Standing Committee, 

.the Chancellor, and the Treasurer of the Diocese; two Laymen elected by the Vestry 

of the Cathedral, two Qergymen and two Laymen elected by the Council of n» 
. Diocese, five persons appointed by the Bishop. Officers: The Bishop, Head; the 

Rev. J. M. Magruded, Sec and Treas., Covington, Ky. 
The Macalester Church Home, Lesington.—Mwisigcd by the Guild of Christ Church 

Cathedral. 
The Mary K. Williams Home for Orphans, Frankfort, — Mrs. T. F. Humphries. Matron, 
Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized June, 1896.] Annual meenng: time 

and place of Annual Council. Pres., Miss Mary E. Harrison, 24 1 Campsie Road, 

Lexington, Ky. 
Junior Department. — Pres., Miss Kate Scudder, 620 (rreenup St, Covington, Ky. 
Babies* Branch.-^Pres., Mrs. Lewis W. Burton, 436 West Sixth St, Lexington, Ky. 



Qcrgy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Mittioni 

*l}norganized Missions 

Baptisms • 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Parish and Industrial School Teachers 
Parish and Industrial School Scholars 
Contributions •••••••• ••••• 



I9I0. 


X91X. 


ax 


ax 


X 


a 


37 


39 


3^ 


31 


a6 


x8 


137 


140 


107 


3.3iJ 


3,177 


xjr 


I4X 


i,as7 


1,396 


27 


30 


x8s 


SJJ 


$39.50S 


$54.14* 



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THE CLERGY. 

CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL (com. 803), LEXINGTON. 
Thb Bishof. 

Z)#an.— The Very Rev. William Theodotus Capers. 

Assistant Minister. — The Rev. George Henry Harris. 
Archdeacon. — ^The Ven. Frank Benjamin W^ntworth, Winchester, Ky. 
Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — ^The Rev. George Henry Harris, the Rev. Alexander Hena- 
ley, the Rev. James H. Fielding, the Rev. James H. Maxon. 



PABISUES AND MISSIONS. 



Beattsrville 

Bellevue and Dayton 

Corbin 

Covington 



Cynthiana 

Danville 

Flemingsburg 

Frankfort 

Fort Thomas 

Georgetown 

Grayson 

Harrodsburg 

Latonia 

Lawrenceburg 

Lee County Missions 

Lexington 

Lexington 

Louisa 

Maysville 

Middlesborough 

Mount Sterling 

Newport 

NicholatviUe 

Paris 



Pineville 

Proctor 

Richmond 

Somerset and Bumside .. ... 

Versailles 

Winchester 



CHUBCHBS AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



Calvary 91. 

St. Thomas 33. 

Sl John 160. 

St. John 31. 

St. ][ohn 152. 

Trinity 310. 

Advent 46. 

Trinity 68. 

Holy Comforter 4. 

Ascension 315. 

St. Andrew *. . . . 47 . 

Holy Trinity 14. 

St. Andrew 8. 

St. Philip 27. 

St. Stephen 38. 

Grace 8. 

24. 

Good Shepherd 

St. Andrew 41 . 

The Saviour m . 

Nativity 85. 

St. Mary 70. 

Ascension 4a. 

St. Paul 548. 

All Saints 17. 

St. Peter 65. 



St. Paul 4. 

Christ 22. 

Christ 3. 

St. John 78. 

Emmanuel 43 . 

Trinity 7. 



Joseph Howard Gibbons. 
Alexander Patterson. 
John Williamson. 
Charles Edward Crusoe. 
Henry George Raps. 
James Mitchell Magruder. 
John Stuart Banks. 
Henry Esten Spears. 

Charles Clifton Penick, D.D. 

William Theodotus Capers. 

Henry Esten Spears. 



Alexander Patterson. 
George Henry Harris. 
Erasmus L. Baskervill. 



Robert Emmet Abraham. 
Joseph Edmund Thompson. 
Charles Clingman. 
Henry Esten Spears. 
James Matthew Maxon. 

Robert Emmet Abraham. 
Alexander Patterson. 
Joseph Edmund Thompson. 
Henry Esten Spears. 
Alexander C. Hcnsley. 
IJohn Stuart Banks. 



NoTB. — Occasional services are held in the following places: Cannel City, Prestona- 
Imrg, Paintsville, Pikeville, Travis Creek, Concord, Lancaster, Owenton, Stearns, Wil- 
liamsburg, Olive Hill, Ludlow, Irvine, Morehead, Pineville, Music, Owingsville, Va 
burg, Warsaw, Jadcson, and ten in Lee County. 



Fletcher, Custls, Temple, Tex. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 

1 Hallam, Frank, Jackson, Mlsa. 



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DIOCESE OF LONG ISLAND. (A. D. 1868.) 

Limits.— r/i# counties of Kings, Queens, Nassau, and Suffolk, in the Staie of Mem Yprh, 
Population (1900), 1,453,61 1. Area, 1,470 W|. m. 

The Rt. Rev. Frsdsbick Bubgbsi, D.D., Bishop. (xQoa.) Residence, See House, Garden 

City. Office, Diocesan House, 170 Renrsen St., Brooklyn. 
Secretary, — The Rev. Robert Rogers, 306 McDonough St, Brooklyn. 
Assistant Secretary, — The Rev. John Henry Sattig, Dyker Heights. 
Registrar. — ^The Rev. Thomas J. Lacey^ Fourth Ave. and Pacific St., Brooklyn. 
Treasurer. — Alexander £. Orr, 102 Remsen St., Brooklyn. 
Standing Committee, and Trustees of the Estate belonging to the Diocese. — Clerical, the 

Rev. Henry C. Swentzel, D.D., Pres.; the Vcn. St. Clair Hester, the Rev. Townend 

G. Jackson, D.D., the Rev. John G. Bacchus, D.D., Sec. Lay, Alexander E. Orr, 

Augustus Van Wyck, Townsend Scudder. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The earliest services of the Church of England were held by Mr. William Vese^, after- 
wards Rector of Trinity Church, New York City, in 1684-1695, at bag and 
other places. The first organized Parish was at Jamaica, to which the Rev. Dr. 
Gordon was appointed in 1702 by the Venerable Propagation Society. He died soon 
after his arrival in New York City, and the Rev. William Urquhart, "supported by 
the Yorkshire Clergy," was the first resident clergyman, in 1704. In 1786, Bishop 
Seabury ordained at Hempstead the Rev. John Lowe for Virginia. The first Bishop 
to exercise absolute jurisdiction was the Bishop of New York, Dr. Provoost. In 1868, 
by the action of both Houses of the General Convention, at its sessions in New 
York City, in October, consent was given to the division of the Diocese of New 
York. The Primary Convention was held in the Church of the Holy Trinity, Brook- 
lyn, November 18, 1868, when the Rev. Dr. Abram N. Little John was elected Bishop. 

First Bishop. — Abram New kirk LittlejohnC Born, December 13, 1834. Consecrated, 
January 27^ 1869. Died, August 3, 1901. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Mrs. Otto Heinigke, 420 Ovington 
Ave., Bay Ridge, N. Y. 



Church League of the Baptised. — Diocesan Sec, 
Daughters of the King. — Dioc 



-Diocesan Sec, Miss Mabel M. Whidley, i6g Gates Ave., 
Brooklyn. 

Diocesan House, 170 Remsen St., Brooklyn. Sec, Robert Harrold. 

Diocesan Missions of Long Island. — Pres., The Bishop. Sec, the Very Rev. John R. 
Moses. Treas., James W. Eaton. 

Girls' Friendly Society.— Pres., Mrs. W. S. Shattuck, Jr., 160 Clinton St.. Brooklyn. 

Si. Catharine's Hall, 301 Washington Avenue, Brooklyn. Patron, the Bishop. Principai, 
Miss Conro. 

St. Phebe's Mission House, 125 De Kalb Avenue, Brooklyn. — Miss Edith R. Whiting, 
Deaconess. 

Sisterhood of St. John the Evangelist. — (See Religious Orders.) 

The Cathedral Schools, Garden CUy.— Visitor, the Bishop. St. PouVs, for boys; Head Mas- 
ter, Walter R. Marsh. St. Mary's, for girls. Principal, Miss Miriam A. Bytel. 

The Church Charity Foundation. — [Incor. 185 1.] Pres., the Bishop. Sec, the Rev, 
Bishop Falkner, Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. Treas., F. L. Townsend, 179 Montague St. 
Supt., the Rev. Paul F. Swett. Chaplain, the Rev. Edmund Augustus Angell. The 
departments are. Orphan House; Home for Aged (60), St. John's Hospital, Nurses' 
Training School — all at Albany and Atlantic Avenues and Herkimer Street. Home 
for the Blind. ,^ . ^ 

The Church Club, 170 Remsen St., Brooklyn.— Pres., Charles H. Fuller, 2 Tennis Court, 
Brooklyn. Sec, Walter H. Youpg, 170 Remsen St., Brooklyn. Treas., W. S. Pang- 

The House of St. Giles the Cripple, Garden City. — A home and hospital for destitute 
crippled children.— [Inco. 189 1.] Pres^ the Bishop. Vice Pres., the Rev. C F. J. 
Wrigley, D.D. Treas., the Rev. Paul F. Swett. Sec, Dr. F. H. Miller. In charge. 
Miss Regina G. Morgan. Summer Home, "St.-Giles-in-the-Field," Garden Oty. 
Open from June to October. Office, 1521 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn. * ,. 

The Sheltering Arms Nursery, 157 Dean St., Brooklyn.— Pres., the Bishop. Sec, John 
W. Shepard. 356 Qinton Ave., Brooklyn. Treas., Omri F. Hibbard. 20 Monroe PL 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Brancfc.— [Organized November, 1872.] Annual meeting: 
second Thursday in May. Anniversary: second Thursday in November. Cor. Sec, 
Mrs. R. S. Fanning, 140 Franklin St^ Astoria. « « . , 

Juntor Department.—Sec, Mrs. Charles Bellowes, 30 Picrrcpont St., Brooklyn. 

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LONG ISLAND. 



199 



Qcriy 

Priests Ordained , 

Chturch Edifices , 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

Unorganized Missions 

Baptisnu 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Smiday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contnirations 



19x0. 



19XX. 



161 


162 


z 


1 


144 


148 


133 


133 


22 


23 


3.569 


2.530 


2,17s 


2,29X 


38.28s 


39,287 
2,198 


2,137 


20,688 


20,7SS 


$820,874 


$826,882 



The 46th Convention will meet in the Cathedral Church, Garden City, May, 191 2. 
THE CLZRQY. 
CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF THE INCARNATION (com. 250). GARDEN CITY. 
Thb Cathkdral Cuaptbs. 
The Bishop. 
Dean, — ^The Very Rev. John Robert Moses. 
Ckancellor.^Tht Rev. Spencer S. Roche, D.D. 
Precentor.— The Rev. Paul Flynn Swett. 
Canons.— ThL Rev. Roy Farrell Duffield, the Rev. Henry C. Swentzcl, D.D. 



Honorary Canon. — The Rev. R. F. Alsop, D.D. 

Vcn. 

Duffield. Suffolk: the Ven. William Holden. 



Archdeacons, — Northern Brooklyn: the 
the Ven. Charles F. J. Wriglc; 



St. Clair Hester, D.D. Southern Brooklyn: 
D.D. Queens and Nassau: the Ven. Roy Farrel 



Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — The Rev. James Clarence Jones, the Rev, Edward M. 

McGuffey, the Rev. Paul F. Swett, Sec; the Very Rev. John R. Moses, the Rev. 

Samuel C. Fish« 
General Missionary of Brooklyn. — ^The Rev. Charles Henry Webb, 170 Remsen St., 

Brooklyn. 

PARISHU AND UlSSXOIfS. | CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS | CLtMGY. 



(7Sth St & 17th Ave.)... 
(66th St. nr. 13th Ave.).. 
(7th Ave. and 7th St.)^ . . 

(Kent St.) 

(Russell St.) 

(17th St., n. 5th Ave.)... 

(Bushwick Ave., betVeen 

Grove St. & Greene Av.) 

(Bedford Ave.) 

(Clinton & Harrison Sts.) 

(Wolcott St.) 

(Bay Ridge) 

(McDonough St., near 
Lewis Ave.) 

(Conselyea. near Lorimer 
St.) 

(Grace Court and Hicks 
St.) 

(Windsor Terrace, Green- 
wood Av. n. Prospect St. 

(Debevoise St. and Broad- 
way) 

(172 St. Nicholas Ave.).. 

(Bensonhurst) 

(Clinton and Montague 
Sts.) 

(Gates Ave., n. Classon 
Ave.) 

(Greene and Clermont 
Aves.) 

(Kenilworth Place near 
Avenue F) 



BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN. 

Advent 

Annunciation 81.. 

All Saints 600.. 

Ascension 47 1 • • 

Ascension Chapel 36. . 

Atonement 609 . . 

Calvary 590 . . 

Christ , 1,230.. 

Christ 708.. 

Christ Chapel .... 486.. 

Christ 539 •• 

Good Shepherd 750 . . 

Grace 135.. 

Grace 601.. 

Holy Apostles 398.. 

Holy Comforter 35 • • 

Holy Cross 271.. 

Holy Innocents 60 . . 

Holy Spirit 175. • 

Holy Trinity i,0S4- • 

Incarnation 500 . . 

Messiah i>259*< 

Nativity 165 . . 



General Missionary. 
Humbert Filusa. 
Emile Sherwood Harper. 
{Walter E. Bentley. 
) Marcus A. Trathen. 
Frederick H. Handsfield. 

John Williams. 
(William Sheafe Cnase. 
) Reginald Hebcr Scott. 
Walter de Forest Johnson. 

Harold Arrowsmith. 

J Robert Rogers. 
) Thomas P. Swift. 
William George Ivic. 
(C. F. J. Wrigley. D.D. 
{Elmer O. Weld. 

Frederick Amaziah Wright. 

John Manning. 
Henry Edward Payne. 
General Missionary. 
John Cornell Welwood. 

("John Howard Melish. 
< Waldo Adams Amos. 

t Frank Monroe Crouch.* 

J. Greenwood Bacchus, D.D. 
( St. Clair Hester. D.D. 
i Lawrence A. Harkness. 

Andrew Fleming.^ ^^^g^^ 



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PAUSHIl AMD MISMOMt. 



CHUBCHBS AND 
COMlfUNlCAHTt. 



Brooklyn: 

(Pacific St. and 4th Art.) 
(Ave. F & E. 94th St.) . . . 

' fh Aye. ft 50th St.) 

net LiTingston 



BOROUGH OP BROOKLYN.— Continued. 



(t:Unt 



Stf.) 

(St. Edward St. near 
Myrtle Ave.) 



(Pacific St., nr. Bedford 

Ave.) •. 

(Pennaylvania and Liberty 

(Flatbush) 

Avea.) 

(Marcy and Ciatea Avea.) 
(St. James' Place and La- 
fayette Ave.) 

(St John's PL ft 7th Ave.) 



(Fort Hamilton) 

(ParkviUe) 

(Atlantic Ave., near Al* 

bany Ave.) 

(14th Ave. and 55th St.).. 



(Qinton Ave., n. Fulton 
St) 



(East New York) 

(Tompkins Ave. and Mc- 

Donough St) 

(Eastern Parkway and 

Brooklyn Ave.) 

(Adelphi St) 

(President ft Smith Sts.) 
(Qasson Ave., n. Wil- 

loughby Ave.) 

(East 23d St, bet Voor- 

heis and Jerome Aves., 

Sheepshead Bay) 

(High St n. Gold St) ... 
(N. 5th St, n. Bedford 

Ave.) 



(Clinton & Carroll Sts.).. 



(Flatbush) 

(State St, n. Bond St).. 

(De Kalb Ave. opp. Fort 

Green Place) 

(Dyker Heights) 

(Dean St. Church, Trov 

and Schenectady Aves.) 
(Patchen & Jefferson Avs.) 
(Cooper St. and Bushwick 

Ave.) 

(Howard Ave., n. Atlantic 

Ave.) 

(Rideewood Ave. and 

Railroad Ave.) 

(Arlington Ave., near 

Schenck Ave.) 



Redeemer 505 . 

St Alban 95. 

St. Andrew 675 . 

St Ann x>05i. 

St Augustine 299. 

St Barnabas ^XJS* 

St. Bartholomew 672 . 

St Gabriel 180. 

St Clement 441. 

St George 700. 

St James 500. 

St John 602. 

St John ii4» 

St John the Baptist ..200. 
St John (Church Char- 
ity Foundation) .... 1 72 . 
St Jude 3^5- 



St Luke 900. 



St Lydia's Mission 147. 

St Matthew 635. 

St Mark 406. 

St Mark 430. 

St Martin 289. 

St Mary 9S0. 



St Matthias 91* 

St Michael 420. 

St Michael 50. 

St Paul 514- 



St. Paul . 
St. Peter 



.1,305. 
...821. 



St Phoebe 

St Philip 311- 

St Philip 159. 

St Stephen 335. 

St Thomas i,237. 

St Timothy 298. 

Transfiguration 550 . 

Trinity 250 



Thomasjames Lacey. 
James Fley Aitkins. 
Clayton Mackenaie Legge. 
'Colin Campbell Walker. 
John V. Cooper. 
William Morrison. 
George Frazier Miller. 
,Owen Meredith Waller. 
Maximo Felix Duty. 
(Frank Maxwell Townley. 
(Henry F. Hart 

Samuel R. Brinckerhoff. 
Floyd Appleton. 
Winfield S. Baer. 

Charles W. Naumann. 
Thomas Bond Holland. 

William Alonzo Swan. 
Vernon Douglas Ruggles. 

Edmund Augustus AngeU. 

Henry Sears Sizer. 

fHenrv Christian Swentzel, 

I Arthur James Watson. 
L Ralph W.'Kenyon, D.D.« 

Robert Thomas Walker. 

Frederick William Norris. 

Tohn D. Kennedy. 
'Sp<yicer S. Roche, D.D. 
Frederick William Davis. 
(James Clarence Jones. 
( Samuel Borden-Smith. 



Thomas Alexander Hydt. 
William S. Watson. 

Marcus Antonius Trathen. 
Andrew Chalmers Wilson, 
Samuel Winfield Day. 
^William Henry Jurncy. 
Townend Glover Jackson, 
D.D. 
.Ernest Victor Collins. 
'Wm. Geo. McCready, D.D. 
Charles Douglass. 



John Henri Sattig 

Nathaniel P. Boyd. 
Robert Nott Merriman. 

f Duncan McP. Genns. 
(George R. Savage. 



A. Hamilton Backus.* 



Nelson Riley Boss. 
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LONG ISLAND. 



^01 



PAAISHIl AND MimOirt. 



CHUBCHIIANOCOMMUNICANTI 



Axveme 
Astoria . 



Bay Side 

Belle Harbor .... 
Brooktjrn Manor 
College Point ... 

Corona 

IHuiton 

Far Rockswaj .., 

Floral Park 

Floahinc < 

(Murray HUl) 

dendaic , 

Holhs 

Jamaica 



Laurel Hill 

Little Neck (Donglaston) 

Long laland Oty 

Maq>et]i .\ 

Morria P tok . .^.... 

Newtown CKlBibttrat) ... 
Oso&e PM 



Qneena 
KaTcnai 



Richmond HiU , 

Richmond Hill Qrde 
Smithville, South .... 

Steinway 

Whitestone 

Woodside 



BOROUQH OP QUBBN8. 

St. Paul of Tarsus ... 50. 

Redeemer 570. 

St Andrew Mission... 

St. George 318. 

All Saints 207. 

St. Andrew 

St. Matthew z66. 

St. Paul .'....J18. 

Grace 85. 

St. Mary 

St. John s8o. 

St Elizabeth 52. 

St. George 780. 



Amityvillc 

Bay Shore 

Befiport 

BohemiaTille 

Brentwood 

Bridffehampton 

Brookhaven ........ 

Central Islip 

Centre Moriches ... 
Cold Spring Harhor 

Creedmoor 

East Hampton 

East Hauppauge ... 

Farmingdsile 

Fisher's Island 

Freeport , 

Glen Cove 

Great Neck 

Great River 

Greenport , 

Hewlett 

Hempstead 



Hicksville 

Huntington 

Islip 

King's Park (St Johnland) 

Lvnbrook 

Hassapequa 

Mattituck 

Merrick 

Mineola 

North Babylon 

No. Hempstead (Manhasset) 
Horthport 



St John zio. 

Annunciation 66 . 

St Gabriel loa. 

Grace 493. 

St. Stephen 22. 

St Mary 37. 

Zion 100. 

St. John 107. 

St Saviour 150. 

All Saints ixa. 

St James 300 . 

The Epiphany 205. 

St 'Joseph 105 . 

St Thomas 128. 

The Resurrection 350. 

St Paul 16. 

St Matthias 22. 

St Mark 80. 

Grace 231. 

St Paul 80. 

NASSAU AND SUFFOLK COUNTIES. 

St Mary 130. 

St Peter 145. 

Christ 51. 

St John 

Christ 39 . 

St Ann 41 . 

St. James 

The Messiah 30. 

St. John 44 . 

St. John 70 . 

St Andrew 27 . 

St Luke 74. 

St Boniface 

St. Thomas 92 . 

St John 60. 

Transfiguration 231. 

St Paul 363- 

All Saints 177. 

Emmanuel . .• 60 . 

Holy Trinity i8o. 

Trinity 197. 

St George 356 . 

St John 21. 

Holy Trinity 36. 

St John IS3- 

St. Mark _,..25o. 

The Testimony 80. 

Christ Archdeacon. 

Grace 118.. William Wiley. 

The Redeemer 

The Redeemer 98 . 

Nativity 93 • 

St 'Elizabeth 23 . 

Christ no. 

Trinity 196. 



Herman LilienthaL 
Charles Albert Brown. 
Archdeacon. 

Beni'amin Mottram. 

Archdeacon. 

Rockland Tyng Homans. 

William Albert Sparks. 

Archdeacon. 

i Henry D. WaUer. 
John Henr^ Heady, 
eorge Warrington Ecdea. 
Archdeacon.- 
Henry Norwood Bowne. 
Rockland Tyng Homans. 
Edward Nicholas Hollinga. 
Frederick Sterling GrifluL 
Albert E. Bentley. 
Thomas McKim. 
Frederick Sterling Griilin. 
John Graham. 

Edward Mansfield McCSnffey. 
George Thomas Baker. 
Henry W. R Stafford. 
Herbert E. Covell. 
William P. Evans. 
Archdeacon. 

Edward Nicholas Hollinga. 
Herbert E. Covell. 
William Jenkins. 
Isaac C. Sturgis. 



Henry Lowndes Drew. 

John Andrew Trimmer. 

Abram Willis Ebersole. 

John H. Prescott 

Archdeacon. 

Samuel C. Fish. 

Archdeacon Holden. 

Archdeacon. 

Archdeacon. 

William Edgar McCord. 

Cathedral Mission. 

Oscar F. R. Treder. 

Archdeacon. 

Irving McElroy. 

Asygcll W. E. Carrington. 
John Wilson Gammack. 
Kirkland Huske. 
William Nayler Webbe. 
Daniel Duke Waugh. 
William Poyntcll Kemper. 
Charles H. Snedeker. 
Edward Nicholas HoUings. 
Irving McElroy. 
Charles Edwin Cragg. 
William Henry Garth. 



William Henry Littebrandt. 
Harwick Arthur LolUs. 
Eukene Ledentu Toy. 
Charles L. Newbold. 
Augustus Warren Mei 
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LOS ANGELES. 



[1912 



PAUIHIl AMD mSSIOVt. 

Oyster Bay 

Patcbogue 

Port Jefferson 

Port Washington 

Quogue 

SiTerhead 

RockyiUe Centre 

Ronkonkoma 

Roosevelt 

Roslyn 

Sag Harbor 

Sayville (IsUp) 

Sea Qiff 

Seaford i 

Setauket J 

Shelter Island 

Southampton 

St James 

Westbury 

West Islip 

Yaphank 



CHURCHES AMD COMMUNICANTS 



Christ }.., 203 . 

Christ 151. 

Christ 32. 

St. Stephen 214 . 

Atonement 

Grace 117. 

Ascension 221. 

St. Mary 

St. Paul * 50. 

Trinity 229 . 

Christ 132. 

St. Ann 445. 

St. Luke 140. 

St. Mich. & All Angels. . 37. 

Caroline 94 . 

St. Mary 40. 

St. Andrew 51. 

St. James 212. 

Advent 

Christ 127. 

i St. Andrew 24. 



George Edwin Talman. 
Jacob Probst. 
J. Morris Coerr. 
WilUam £. Nies. 

Gilbert A. Shaw.~ 
Dennis Herbert O'Dowd. 
Archdeacon. 
Harwick A. LoUis. 
Clifton H. Brewer. 
Francis Vinton Ba(er. 
John H. Prescott. 
William Richard Watson. 
J. H. Fortcscue-Cole. 
Dan Marvin. 
Bert Foster. D.D. 
Samuel C. Fish. 
William Holden. D.D. 
Richard Duffield Pope. 
Edward J. Burlingham. 



Alsop, Reese F., D.D., r. em., Brooklyn. 

Baker, E. Folsom, East Aurora, N. Y. 

Bailey, Samuel R., Brooklyn. 

Bissell, P. S. G., New York. 

Breed, George Fitch, D.D., Chestnut Hill, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Bryan, Henry BelL Camden, N. J. 
Bunn, Albert C, Southern Pines, S. C. 
Denniston, John Alexander, New York. 
Dowling, George Thomas, D.D., Brooklyn. 
Falkner, Bishop, Brooklyn. 
Gardiner, Charles H., Bridgehampton. 
Gill, John William, D.D., Locust Valley. 
Gwilym, D. V., New York. 
Handel, Harry A., chap., Brooklyn. 
Hannah, Henry King, Brooklyn. 
Heim, Edward, Brooklyn. 
Hunt, Matthew Irving. 
Judson, Vincent Edward, Brooklyn. 
Keech, Frederick J., D.D. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Kimber, Joshua, Associate Secretarv, Do- 
mestic and Foreign Missionary Society, 
New York, N. Y. 

Ladd, Horatio 0.,D.D., Richmond Hill, N. Y. 

Lewis, Gordon Tallman, Nova Scotia. 

Lowndes, Arthur, D.D., 143 East 37th St, 
New York, N. Y. 

Martin, Thomas W., r. em., Brooklyn. 

Parker, Lindsay, Brooklyn. 

Russell, James Townsend, Brooklyn. 

Skinner, James A„ New York. 

Snyder, Albert W., Elmhurst 

Tracy, Uriah T., Brooklyn. 

Ward, Warner E. L., Newburgh, N. Y. 

Washburn, H. H., New York. 

Wasson, William A., Mattituck. 

Weeks, W. H., Chaplain, City Hospital, 
Blackwell's Island. 

Weeks, Robert, r. em., Riverhead. 

Wendel, F. H. C, D.D., Ashfield, Mass. 



DIOCESE OF LOS ANGELES. (A. D. 1895.) 

Limits. — The counties of Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles, Riverside, Orange, San 
Bernardino, San Diego, and Imperial, in the State of California, 
Population (1910), 600,000. Area, 48,000 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rev. Joseph Horsfall Johnson, D.D., Bishop. (1896.) Residence, 415 S. Grand 
Ave., Pasadena, Cal. Office, St Paul's Pro-Cathedral Parish House, 523 S. Olive 
St, Los Angeles. 

Secretary. — The Rev. Alfred Fletcher, Covins. 

Assistant Secretary. — ^Thc Ven. Thomas C. Marshall, 523 S. Olive St., Los Angeles. 

Treasurer. — W. CresswMl Mushet, 512 Union League Building, Los Angeles. 

Registrar. — The Rev. Henderson Judd, 523 S. Olive St., Los Angeles. 

Chancellor. — Henry T. Lee, Trust Building, Los Angeles. 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. Archibald George Lister Trcw, D.D., Pres.; the 
.Rev. Robert B. Gooden, Sec; the Rev. Milton Church Dotten, the Rev. Charles E. 
Spalding. Lay, H. E. Brett, Charles D. Adams, Dr. J. E. Cowles, William F. Knight 
HISTORICAL NOTES. 

At the General Convention holding its sessions in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in October, 
1895, a memorial from the Diocese of California was presented, praying for a division 
of the Diocese. On October 8, by the concurrence of both Houses, the prayer was 
granted. The Primary Convention met in St Paul's Church, Los Angeles, on De- 
cember 3, 1895. The Rev. Dr. Joseph Horsfall Johnson, Rector of Christ Church, 
Detroit, Michigan, was elected as Bishop. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. . , . , 

Church League of the Baptized. — Diocesan Sec, Mrs. Frank A. Kelly, Los Angeles. 
Church Extension Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church for Southern California. — 

[Incorporated.] Pres., the Rev. Archibald George Lister Trew, D.D. Sec, S. B. 

Robinson. Los Angeles. 



1912] 



LOS ANGEL£S. 



203 



Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Mrs. A. C. Stilson, 2340 Thomson St, 
Los Angeles. 

City Mission, — Objects, to cover territory unoccupied by the resular parishes. Pres., the 
Bishop. Sec, the Rev. Charles T. Murphy, Jr. Supt,, the Ven. Thomas C. Mar- 
shall, 523 S. Olive St. 

Girls' Friendly Society.-^ Sec, Miss Mary L. Steiger, 1320 Wilson St., Los Angeles. 

Hospital of the Good Samaritan, Los Angeles.^Chaplain, 
Sec. Gregory Perkins, Jr. 

The Bishop's Boarding School for Girls, La J olla.— Principal, Mrs. Charles E. Bentham. 

The Bishop's Harvard School for Boys, Los Angeles. 

The Training School for Deaconesses. — Dean, the Rev. Leslie E. Learned, D.D., Pasadena. 

The Bishop^s Day School for Girls, '2351 Fifth St., San Diego.— Principal, Mrs. C E. 
Bentham. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized May, 1896.] Cor. Sec, Mrs. G. F. 
Bugbee, 2915 S. Figueroa St.. Los Angeles. 

Junior Vepartment. — Sec, Miss E. C Morrison, 934 West Seventh St, Los Angeles. 



Qergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

Unorganized Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

ContriDutions 



19 10. 



1911. 



79 


85 


I 


2 


54 


54 


67 


71 


8 


5 


591 


652 


602 


551 


7,068 


7,571 


398 


426 


3,735 


4,156 


$201,158 


$221,126 



The 1 6th Annual Convention will be held in St. Paul's Pro-Cathedral, Los Angeles, 
on Wednesday, May 17, 19 11. 

THE CLERGY. 

PRO-CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST. PAUL {com. 588), LOS ANGELES. 
(523 S. Olive Street, opposite Central Park.) 
Thb Bishop. 
Z>^on.— The Very Rev. William MacCormack, D.D. 
Archdeacon. — The Ven. Thomas C. Marshall. 
Bishop's Chaplain, — ^Thc Rev. Henderson Judd. 
Conon.— The Rev. Charles H. Hibbard, D.D. 

Curo*^^.— The Rev. William Henry Dyer, the Rev. David Todd Gillmor. 
Presidents of Convocations. — Los Angeles: the Rev. J. D. H. Browne; San Bernardino: 
the Rev. Charles F. Blaisdell; San Diego: the Rev. Charles Luling Barnes; Santa 
Barbara: the Rev. 
Rural Deans. — Los Angeles: the Rev. J. D. H. Browne. San Bernardino: the Rev. 
Charles F. Blaisdell. San Diego: the Rev. Charles Luling Barnes. Santa Barbara: 
the Rev. 



PAKISHBS AND MISSIONS. 



Alhambra 
Anaheim . 
Bostonia .. 
Carlsbad ., 
Carpinteria 
Colton ... 
Corona ..« 
Coronado . 
Corina ... 
Duarte ..*. 
El Centro 
El Tore . . 
Escondido 
FaUbrook . 
Gleadale .. 
Glendora . 

Hemet 

Hollywood 
Holtville . 
Hueneme . 
Imperial . , 
La Jolla ., 



CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS 

Holy Trinity 85 . . 

St. Michael 43 • • 

St. John 14. . 

St. Michael s • • 

St. Andrew 

St. Polycarp 

St. John Baptist 30.. 

Christ 52.. 

Holy Trinity 1 1 1 . . 

All Saints 17.. 

St. Paul 

St. George 4. . 

Trinity 32. . 

St. John 9.. 

St. Mark 69.. 

Grace 

Good Shepherd 34 . . 

St. Stephen 160.. 

St. Mark 

Trinity 7 . . 

St. Matthias 21.. 

St. James 21 . . 

St. Mary 5.. 



Norman Nash Badger. 
Edwin Bryant Mott. 
William Edmund Jacob. 

Orin St. J. Scott.* 
Charles Edward Spalding. 
Alfred Fletcher. 
Henry Quimby, 
Lawrence McK. Idleman. 
Sidney H. Woodford. 
Frederick A. Juny. 

Roland Oliver Mackintosh. 
Henry Quimby. 
Arthur Lionel Walters. 
John Arthur Evans. 
Lawrence McK. Idleman. 
Benjamin J. Darneille.* 

Charles Edwin Bentham. 

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PAUSHIS AND MI8SI0M1. 



Lo8 Angeles: 
(4x4 N. St Louis St).. 
(W. Ave. 56 aijd Ash.).. 
(X2th and Flower) 



(Sichel and Altura) 

{441 W. 62d St) 

(37tb and Raymond)..... 

(408 Custer) 

(1243 Jasmine St n. Pico) 

(Adam and Figneroa Sta.) 

(Garranxa) •, 

(1201 E. Vernon) 

(714 Towne) 

(1903 W. Washington) .. 

(1428 E. 14th St) 

(VerbenaDr.n.MelroseAv.) 

Monrovia 

Montedto 

A&oreno .......•.•••••••••• 

Mnrrieta 

National aty 

Needles 

Ocean Park 

Oceanstde 

Ontario 

Orange 

Oxnard 

Pasadena 



Pomona 

Kedlanda 

ReBondo Beach 

Riyerside 

San Bernardino 
San Diego 



San Gabriel .... 
San Jacinto .... 
San Luis Rej . . 

San Pedro 

Santa Ana 

Santa Barbara .. 
Santa Monica .. 
Santa Paula .... 

Sawtclle 

Sierra Madre ... 
South Pasadena 

Upland 

Ventura 

Whittier 

Wilmington .... 



CHUtCHIS AMD COM liUMICAHTfl 



St Luke 367. 

St Andrew 20, 

Ascension ...100. 

All Saints 119- 

Christ 900. 

Epiphany 136. 

Grace x8. 

St Andrew 22. 

St Athanasius i8a. 

St James 

St John 687. 

The Angels 43* 

St Luke 151. 

St Mark 64. 

St Matthias 115. 

St Philip 36. 

Trinity 40. 

St Luke 60. 

All Saints by the Sea. 25. 

St Andrew 6. 

Trinity 6. 

St MTattbew 28. 

St John 34. 

Good Shepherd 63. 

Grace 35* 

Christ loi. 

Holv Trinity 34. 

All Saints 22. 

All Saints 633. 

St Paul 175. 

Trinity 210. 

Christ 38. 

All SainU 175* 

St John 88. 

All Saints 86. 

St James 78. 

St Paul 416. 

Our Saviour 22. 

St Paul 22. 

All Saints 9. 

St Peter 20. 

Messiah 108. 

Trinity 235. 

St Augustine 225 . 

St Paul 26. 

St John 21. 

Ascension 65 . 

St. James i77- 

St Mark 79- 

St Paul 38. 

St Matthias 76. 

St. John 4. , 



Robert Burton Gooden. 



(Timon Evans Owens. 
(Duncan F. Mackenzie. 
William E. Maison. 
(Baker Perkins Lee. 
JE. J. H. Van Deeriin, D.D. 
Emery Lewis Howe. 
Durlin Serenus Benedict. 



Robert 



Thompsoi 
Uoyd W 



Windsor. 



Alfred Morton Smith. 
Walter Thomas Qegfaom. 
Harry Graham Gray. 
Heni7 Quimby. 
Melville Maury Moore. 

Arthur Lionell Walters. 
Hector £. Qowea.* 

Alfred Robert Taylor. 
William Edmund Jacob. 
Richard Hodges Gushee. 
Sidney H. Woodford. 
Benjamin J. Dameille.* 

(Leslie Elias Learned, D.D. 

(Arthur Cope Dodd. 
Franklin U. Bugbee. 
Charles F. BlaisdelL 
Charles H. de Garmo. 
Milton Church Dotten. 
Milton S. Runkle. 
Richard A. Bolt 
Alfred Kingsley Glover, 
Charles Luling Bamea. 
Benjamin Hartley. 
Arthur Lionel Walters. 
William Edmund Jacob. 
Percival Holl Hickman. 
William Henry Wotton. 
Benjamin J. Davis. 
John Davidson H. Browne. 
Benjamin F. Damielle.* 
Norman N. Badger. 
George H. Cornell, D.D. 
Frederick T. Henstridge. 
Augustine J. Smith. 
Henry C. Collins. 
Charles Stanley Mook. 
Percival Holl Hickman. 



lurphy, 
Archibald W. N. Porter. 

i Lewis Gouvemeur Morris. j 
£. Kendall Severance.* 
Waldo F. Chase. 



Burrows, William Bamford, New York. 
Butler, Alford A., D.D., Redlands, Cal. 
Cameron James I. H., Key West, Fla. 
Camp, Henry J., Riverside. 
Dearing, William S., Orange. 
DeWolf, Erastus, Corona. 
Easter, John Day, D.D., r. em., Redlands. 
Eley, George, Glendale, Cal. 
Hubbard, William F., Hollywood. Cal. 
Judd, Henderson, Los Angeles. 
Merwin, Duncan S., Plaza del Rey, Pasa- 
dena. 
Parker, Octavius, Los Angeles. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Post, Frederick H., Los Angeles. 
Ramsay, William Henry, Oakland, CaL 
rtrniscn, Robert (miss.). Lbs Angeles. 
Smith, W. G. W., Altadena. 
Stilson, Arthur C, D.D., Los Angeles. 
Thursby, John W., Vancouver, B. C. 
Trew, Archibald George Lister, D.D., r. 

em., Los Angeles. 
Walters, Edmond, Los Angeles. 
Wilkins, Jeremiah J., D.D., sec to Gen. 

Clergy Pension Fund, St Louis, Mo. 
Wilson, Harry, Avalon. 
Wren, Searle Mallet, Pasadena. 



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DIOCESE OF LOUISIANA. (A. D. 1838.) 

Limits. — Thi Suut of Louinana, 
Population (1900), 1,381,627. Area, 45,420 tq. m. 

ras Rt. Rxv. Davis Susums, D.D., Bishop. (1891.) Ketid^nce, See House, J919 St. 
Charles Ave., New Orleans. 

^ecr€tary of LounciL — ^I'he Ven. Herman Cope ihancan, D.D., asi Winn 6t., Alexandria. 

Assistant Secretary* — The Rev. Harry Roberts Carson, Monroe. 

"Treasurer of^the Diocese. — Edwin Belknap, 814 Gravier St., New Orleans. 

Registrar. — The Rev. J. Orson Miller, 121 6 Short St., New Orleans. 

Chancellor. — ^James McConnell, 6oe Commercial Place, New Orleans. 

Standing Committee, — Clerical, the Rev. Albert Richard Edbrooke, Pros.; the Rev*. J. D. 
La Mothe, the Rev. William A. Barr. Len, James McConnell, G. R. Westfeldt, Sec, 
528 Gravier St., New Orleans; Warren Kearny. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

Upon the cession of this territory to the United States, in 1803, "The Protestants of New 
Orleans" united in a memorial to the Bishop of New York to send them a clergy* 
man. By a vote of forty-five to eight, at a public meetina, it was decided that the 
Oergyman' should be of the "Protestant Episcopal Church. In 1805, the Rev. Piu- 
lander Chas&, of Poughkeepsie. New Yorl^ went to New Orleans, where he finally 
established Oirist Church, and officiated in other places in the territorv. Bishop 
Brownell included it in his southern visitation in 1820, and again visited New Or- 
leans in 1835. After several attempts to form a Southwestern Diocese in 1835, the 
Diocese was organized on April 28, 1838. In the following year it placed itself under 
the charge of Bishop Polk, recenUy consecrated as Missionary Bishop of Arkansas. 
In 1842 Dr. Polk was elected Bishop of the Diocese. 

J^irst Bishop. — Lbonioas Polk. Born, April 10, x8o6. Consecrated, December 9* 1838. 
Translated to Louisiana, 1841. Died, June 14, 1864* 

Second Bishop, — ^Joseph Pbrb Bill Wxlmbs. Bom, February 11, 1812. Consecrated, 
November 7, 1866. Died, December 2, 1878. 

Third Bishop.^oHn Nicholas Gallbhsk. Bom, February 17, 1839. 
ruary 5, 1880. Died, December 7» 1891. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Daughters of the King, — Diocesan Sec, 

Chudren's Home, New Orleans.— In charge of the Sisters of Bethany. 
Church Club of Loi«wtana.--lOrganised 1897.] Pres., Orloff Lake, 107 Charters St., 

New Orleans. iVc. Warren Kearny, 419 Gravier St., New Orleans. 
Church League of the Baptised, — Diocesan Sec, Mrs. 

New Orleans. 
Protestant Epucopal Association, — Pres., the Bishop. Sec 

New Orleans. 
St, James'. Church School, Alexandria, — Ven. Herman C Duncan, D.D., Rector, 
Sisters of Bethany, 609 Jackson Avenue, New Orleans, — (See Sisterhoods, p. 60.) 
ty Oman's AuxUtary, Diocesan Branch, — [Organized December, 1886. J Annual m 

time and place of Diocesan Council Semi-annual: St. Andrew's Day. Cor. Sec, 

Miss A. C. Wharton, 13 14 St. Mary St., New Orleans. 
Junior Deportment. — Cor Sec, Miss D. T. Charles, 1527 Second St., New Orleans. 

Diocesan Paper.— **The Diocese of Louisiana." The Bishop, Managing Editor, 2919 St 
Charles Ave., New Orleans. 



Consecrated, Feb- 



Udolpho Wolfe, 1412 Octavia St., 
and Treas,, G. R. Westfddt* 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

Unorganized Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Parish School Teachers , 

Parish School Scholars 

Industrial* School Teachers 

Industrial School Scholars 

Contributions > 



I9I0. 


1911. 


35 


40 




X 


70 


73 


75 


75 


19 


19 


559 


S70 


477 


511 


9.233 


9,405 


529 


537 


3.946 


4.149 


3 


5 


33 


81 


$154,773 


$133,584 



The 74th Annual Council will be held in Christ Church Cathedral. New Orleans, 

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THE CLERGY. 

CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL {com. 431), NEW ORLEANS. 
« ^. ,, ^ The Bishop. 

JDMn.— The Very Rev. William Alexander Barr, D.D. 

Archdeacons,— Central: tiie Ven. Herman Cope Duncan, D.D. East: the Ven. William 
Alexander Barr, D.D. North: the Ven. Harry R. Carson. South: the Ven. Gardi™ 

^"'idv.l£;r's^c^^^^^^^ ''^"- ^^^^^ ^°"^^ *^^ ^^^- j- ^- ^- ^^^^^^ ^« 

General Missionary.— The Rev. Harry Roberts Carson, .Monroe. 



PAUSHBS AMD MISSIOKl. 



Abbeville . 
Alexandria 



Amite City 



Bastrop 

Baton Rouge . 
Bayou Goula .. 

Bogalusa 

Boyce 

Bunkie 

Buras 

Cheneyville . . 

Clinton 

Covington . . . . 

Crowley 

Delta 

De Vail 

Diamond 

Donaldsonville 



Franklin . . . . , 

Gibsland , 

Gibson 

Grand Prairie 
Hammond . . . . 

Homer 

Houma 

Innis , 



Jackson 

Jennings 

Lafayette 

Lake Charles 

Lakeland 

Lake Providence 

Lamothe 

Laurel HiU 

Lecompte 

Lindsey 

Logansport 



Mandeville . . 
Mansfield . . . 
Maringouin . , 
Marksville ... 

Melville 

Mer Rouge .. 
Minden ..... 

Monroe 

Morgan City . 
Napoleonville 
Natchitoches . 
Newcllton ... 
New Iberia .. 



CHUBCHKS AND 
COMliUNICANTl. 



St. Paul 20. 

St. Tames- 218. 

St. Mark s. 

Christ 115. 

The Incarnation 36 . 

Christ 55. 

St. James 300 . 

St. Mary 2. 

St. Matthew 14 . 

St. Philip 48. 

Calvary • 38. 

• • ; II. 

Trinity 19 . 

St. Andrew 

Christ 58. 

Trinity 31. 

St. Paul 

St. John 

Emmanuel 

Ascension 60 . 

St. Mary 115. 

Annunciation 8. 

St. Anna 41. 



Grace 130. 

Trinity 5 . 

St. Matthew 194. 

St. Stephen 56. 

St. Alban 

St. Luke 10. 

Ascension 35. 

Good Shepherd 287 . 

St. Paul 29. 

Grace 92. 

St. John 36 . 

St. John 31. 

Holy Comforter ' 27. 

St. Andrew 17. 

Holy Cross 



6.. 

Christ 72 . . 

St. Stephen 40 . . 

St. Peter 12., 

St. Nathaniel 42 . . 

St. Andrew 43 . . 

St. John 25.. 

Grace 217.. 

Trinity 32. . 

Christ 6s . . 

Trinity 45 . . 

St. Mary 8.. 

Epiphany 150.. 



Robert Russell Diggs. 

(Herman Cope Duncui, 

I D.D. . 
Walter Lennie-Smith. 

Uulius Wm. Bleker, D.D. 

Louis Tucker. 

James Gilmore Buskie. 

Ernest Andrew Rennie. 
Walter Lennie-Smith. 
Ralph Hylton Prosser. 
William Samuel Slack. 
Walter Lennie-Smith. - 

Ernest Andrew Rennie. 
George Stanley Gibbs. 

James Gilmore Buskie. 
William Samuel Slack. 
Quincy Ewing. 

Rowland Hale. 
Sydney Lee Vail. 
Gardiner Leigh Tucker. 
William Samuel Slack. 
Julius Wm. Bleker, D.D. 
Harrjr R. Carson. 
Gardiner Leigh Tucker. 



George Stanley Gibbs. 
Caleb B. K. Weed. 
Ralph Hylton Prosser. 

Walter Lennie-Smith. 
Alvin W. Skardon. 
Walter Lennie-Smith. 
Alvin W. Skardon. 



Ernest Andrew Rennie. 
Tohn Henry Sidney Dixon. 



Ralph Hylton Prosser. 



Louis Tucker. 

John Henry Sydney Dixon. 

Arthur Randies 5"ce. 

Archibald A, Mackenzie. 

Quincy Ewing. 

Sydney Lee Vail. 

Harry R. Carson. 

Robert Russell Diggs. 

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207 



VAUSHKS AHD liUflOMt. 



New Orleans (Camp and 

Race Sta.) 

(S. Rampart n. Canal St) 



(Olivier St., Alsicra) .... 
(OuTollton Ay. ft Zimple 

St.) 

(Esplanade Aye. n. ViUr^ 

St.) 

(St. (diaries Ave. and Ca< 

diz St) 

(Annunciation and 3d St) 

Uth and Carondelet Sts.) 

(Camp and Gainne St).. 

• (Jackson Ave. and Cbli* 

senm St.) 

(16x0 S. Rampart St) ...» 

(Children's Home) 

New Roads 

Oak Ridge 

Opelousas 



Flaquemine 

Port Allen 

Pontchatoula ..... 

Rayville 

Rosedale 

Rnston 

SHden 

St Francisvnie ... 

St Joseph 

St Martinsville .. 

Shreveport 

Tallulah 

Thibodanx 

Union Settlement 

Venice 

Washington 

Weyanoke 



CHUtCHlS AMD 
OOliMUMICAMTS. 



Annunciation 200 . 

Grace 55^* 

St Matthias 32. 

Mount Olivet 275' 



.338. 



Si Andrew 



St Anna *. $7^- 

St George 573- 

St John 123. 

St Luke 122. 

St Paul 5^6. 

Trinity 1,112. 

Trinity Chapel 378. 

Chapel 33. 

Holy Trinity 20. 

The Redeemer 21. 

Epiphany 75 > 

Holy Trinity 38. 

Holy Communion 24. 

(nirist 

All Saints 10. 

St David 33- 

Nativity 

:::::::::::::::::::;.: \l: 

Grace 238. 

Christ 30. 

Zion 18. 

St Mark 462. 

Trinity 19. 

St John 32. 

(jood Shepherd 17* 

3. 

St John 7. 

St Mary 11. 



John Thomas Foster. 
(Albert Richard Edbrooke. 

WiUiam Samuel Slack. 

John Orson MiUcr. 

Edwin Wallace Hunter. 

Byron HoUey. 

R. Temple Middleton. 
John D. La Mothe. 

(Robert S. Copeland, D.D. 

^ Ralph £. Macduff. 
Alexander Gordon BakewelL 
Albert Richard Edbrooke. 
Ralph Hylton Prosser. 
Louis Tucker. 
George Stanley Gibbs. 
Rowland Hale. 



Julius Wm. Bleker, D.D. 
Harry Roberts Carson. 

Sydney Lee Vail. 
Ernest Andrew Rennte. 
Alvin W. Skardon. 
Harry R. Carson. 
Robert Russell Diggs. 
Luke Matthews MOiite. 

Archibald A. Mackenzie. 
) William Samuel Slack. 

(jeorge Stanley Gibbs. 
Alvin W. Skardon. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Bourne, Obre R., Atlanta, Ga. 
Duval, Southron Rhodes, New Orleans. 
Ck>odman, J. C, New York City. 
Philson, James, Shreveport 



Spearing, Joseph Hall, Sewanee. 
Thompson, Frank. Chaplain, U. 
Portsmouth, N. H. 



S. N.» 



DIOCESE OF MAINE. (A. D. 182a) 

Population (1900), 694,466. Area, 33*040 sq. m. 

Tkb Rt. Rxv. Robbkt Codmav, D.D., Bishop. (190a.) IUMid4nc0, 14J State Strae^ 

Portland. 

5#rr«fary.^Th^ Rev. William Farrand Livingston, Augusta. 

Assistant Secrstary* — ^The Rev. Elbert Bradlee Holmes, Sanford. 

Registrar, — ^The Rev. Cuthbert Fowler, Portland. 

rreamrrr.— William G. Ellis, (krdiner. 

Standing Commutes, — Clerical, the Rev. Charles Pollen Lee, North East Harbor, Pres,; 
the Very Rev. Frank L. Vernon, D.D., the Rev. (Seorge Bruce Nicholson. Lay, 
John F. A. Merrill, Henry Van B. Nash, Wiscasset, Sec; Robert H. Ciardiner. 

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HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The first services of the Church were held on the Island of Sa^dahoc by th« Rev. Rich- 
ard Seymour, on Stmday, August 9, 1607. He was chaplain of the short-lived Pop- 
ham coloiw sent out by Sir Fernando )Gorges. The Rev. Robert Jordan and the Rev. 
Richard Gibson officiated to the Churchmen of Maine from 1642-1672, when the 
Church services were suspended by order of the General Court of Massachusetts, who 
claimed the province, and sent "orthodox ministers'* into it. It was known until 1820 
as the "District of Maine." After Maine became in 1820 an independent State, meas- 
ures were taken by Bishop Griswold for the organization of a Diocese. The Primary 
Convention met at Brunswick on May 3, 1820, with two clergymen and two lay 
. delegates from two parishes. It was admitted into union with the General Convention 
at its sessions in Philadelphia, May 17, 1820. It joined itself to the confederatioii 
known as the "Eastern Diocese" under Bishop Griswold. In 1847, the Rev. Dr. 
George Burgess, Rector of Christ Church, Hartford, was elected as Bishop. 

Missionary Bishop. — ^Albxanobr Vxets Griswold. Bishop of the Eastern* Diocese, which 
included the State of Maine. Born, April 22, 1766. Consecrated, May 29, 181 1. 
Died, February 15, 1843. 

First Bishop, — Geobgb Burgess. Born, October 31, 1809. Consecrated, October 31, 1847. 
Died, •April 23, 1866. 

Second Bishop. — Henry Adams Nbbly. Born, May 14, 1830. Consecrated, January 25^ 
1867. Dted, October 31, 1899. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church Club of the Diocese of Maine.— [Organized 1896.] Pres., Kenneth C. M. Sills^ 
Brunswick. Sec, R. L. Nicholson, Portland. . 

Church Periodical Club. — Dioeesan Correspondent, Miss Blanche L. Metcalfe, 15 Garden 
St., Bath. 

Daughters of the King. — Diocesan Sec, Mrs. J. B. Shepherd, Portland. 

Girls' Friendly Society. — Pres., Mrs. J. B. Shepherd, 179 Congress St., Portland. 

House of the Good Shepherd for Children, Gardiner. — Sec, the Rev. Robert Wetmore 
Plant. 

Maine Episcopal Missionary Society. — Pres., the Bishop. Sec, the Rev. George Bruce 
Nicholson. Water ville. Treas., William G. Ellis, Gardiner. 

''Trustees of Diocesan Funds in the Diocese of Maine." — Herbert Payson, Treas., Port- 
land. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized January, 1879.] Annual meeting: 
time and place of Diocesan Convention. Pres., Miss Harriet S. McCobb, 180 Dan- 
forth St., Portland. Cor. Sec, Miss A. M. Merrill, 53 Pine St., Portland. 

Junior Department. — Sec and Treas., Mrs. H. vB. Nash, Wiscasset. 

Diocesan Paper. — "The North East." Editor, the Rev. George Bruce Nicholson, Water- 
ville. Business Manager, Henry Van Buren Nash, North Newcastle. 



STATISTICS. 



Qergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices .^ 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

Unorganized Missions and Summer Chapels 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sundav School Scholars 

Contri utions ^ 



1910. 



1911. 



34 


38 


63 


64 


49 


35 


23 


39 


572 


471 


401 


412 


S.S98 


5,780 


292 


288 


2,541 


2,39a 


$88,458 


$81,035 



The 93d Annual Convention will meet in St. Luke's Cathedral, Portland, May 15, 1912, 

THE CLERGY. 

CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST. LUKE {com. ^72), PORTLAND. 
(State Street near Congress.) 
Thb Bishop. 
Dean. — The Very Rev. Frank Lawrence Vernon, D.D. 

Canon Precentor. — The Rev. Cuthbert Fowler. , 

Honorary Canons. — The Rev. Robert Wetmore Plant, the Rev. George Bruce Nicholson- 
Bishop's Examining Chaplains.— The Rev. Robert Wetmore Plant, the Very Rev. Frank 
L. Vernon, D.D., the Rev. William Farrand Livingston. 

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PAKISHU AMD MIMIOlll. 



Ashland 

Auburn 

Augusta 

Augusta 

Bangor 

Bar Elarbor 

Bath 

Biddeford 

Brownville Junction .. 

Brunswick 

Calais 

Camden and Rockport 

Caribou 

tCastine 

Dennistown 

Dexter 



Dresden 
Eastport 
Exeter .. 



tFalmouth Foreside 

Fort Fairfield 

tFortttne's Rocks 

Gardiner 

Hallowell 

Houlton 

Hull's Cove .: 

tlsleborough 

tKennebunkport 

Kinsman 

Lewiston 

Limestone 

Lincoln 

Lisbon Falls 

Long Cove 

tMacMahan's Island 

Macwahoc 

Madison 

Masardis and Oxbrow 

Milford 

Millinocket 

Milo 

New Castle 

North East Harbor 

Norway 

tOgunqtiit 

tOId Orchard 

Old Tow/i 

tOrr's Island 

Pittston 

Portland (Congress and No. 

State Sts.) 

(Congress & Locust Sts.). 
Woodford's (Coyle St. and 

Forrest Ave.) 

Presque Isle 

tProut's Neck 

Richmond 

tRobbinston ., 

Rockland 

Rumford Falls 

Saco 

Sanford 

Seal Cove 

Seal Harbor 

♦Rorrento : . . 

♦Sonthport 

Thomaston , 

Sherman 



CHUBCHXSAMD OOMMUNZCANTS 



Emmanuel 54 

St. Michael 68 

St. Barnabas 44 

St. Mark 3" 

St. John 264 

St. Saviour .....aoo 

Grace 141 

Christ 135 

St. John Baptist 39 

St. Paul 84 

St Anne 93 

St. Thomas 33 

St. Luke 36 



Emmanuel 41 

Messiah 30 

St. John « 

Christ 143 

Holy Trinity 17 

St. Mary the Virgin.. 

St. Paul 68 

St. Philip by thp Sea.. 

Christ 318 

St. Matthew 43 

Good Shepherd 156 

Our Father 54 

Christ 

St. Ann 

St. Luke 25 

Trinity 450 

Advent 22 

4 

31 



St. George 23 

St. Cuthbert 



36 

Advent 7 

30 

St. Matthew 13 

St. Andrew 59 

St. Mary 106 

Christ 31 

St. Peter 5 

St. Mary 

St. James 93 

All Saints 

St. Andrew 22 

St. Stephen 406 

St. Paul 311 

Trinity 160 

St. John 63 

St. Tames 

St. Matthias 16 

Grace 

St. Peter 90 

St. Barnabas 52 

Trinity 104 

St. George 93 

St. Andrew 11 

St. Jude 37 

St. James 26 

The Redeemer 

All Saints by the Sea.. 
St. John Baptist 13 



CLXRGT. 



William Harrison Towle.* 
Arthur Thomas Stray. 
William Farrand Livingston* 
Brian Chadwick Roberts. 
Leonard Walter Lott. 

[Stephen Herbert Green. 

1 Oliver Dow Smith. 
Culbert McGay. 
George Bartlett Wood. 
Andrew Edward Scott. 
Louis Augustus Parsons. 
Richard Lapthorn Sloggett 
Henry Jones. 
Harry Herbert Gillies. 

Andrew Edward Scott. 
(George Bruce Nicholson. 
(James Woodbury Tripp. 

Joseph Robinson Norwood. 
(George Bruce Nicholson. 
(James Woodbury Tripp. 

John Samuel Warren. 

Robert Wetmore Plant. 
William Farrand Livingston. 
Jabez Card Koon. 
Samuel y. Jobe. 



George Stanley Robinson. 
John Harrison Nolan. 
Harry Herbert Gillies. 

Louis Augustus Parsons. 
Russell Woodman. 

George Stanley Robinson. 
George Bruce Nicholson. , 
William Harrison Towle. 
George Stanley Robinson. 
Orrok Colloque. 
Andrew Edward Scott. 

Charles FoUeii Lee. 
Frederick Crosby Lee. 



George Stanley Robinson. 

Robert Wetmore Plant 

Henry Felix Kloman. 
Joseph Battell Shepherd. 

Ernest Albert Pressey. 
Parker Corey Manser. 

Louis Augustus Parsons. 

Russell Woodman. 
Frederick Crosby Lee. 
Thomas Burgess. 

Samuel H. Tobc. 
Charles Follcn Lee. 
Orrok Colloque. 



Russell Woodman. 

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PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 

WaterviUe 

West Eden 

Winn 

tWintcr Hirbor 

Wiscasset 



CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS 

St. Mark loi.. 

St. Paul 14.. 

St. Thomas 13.. 

St. Christopher 

St. Philip 46.. 

Trinity 15.. 



(George Bruce Nicholson. 
(James Woodbury Tripp. 

George Stanley Robinson. 



Dalton, Asa, D.D., r. ein., Portland. 
Davis, Edgar Foster, Boston, Mass. 



t Sanuner Chapels. 
NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Gregson, John, Cambridge, Mass. 
Hemenway, Myles S., Greenwich, Conn. 



DIOCESE OF MARQUETTE. (A. D. 1895.) 

LiMiTS.~riia* part of the State of Michigan knovtm as the Northern Peninsula, with the 
islands, except the island of Mackinac. 

Population (1910), 324,628. Area, 21,000 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rev. Gershom Mott Williams, D.D., Bishop. (1896.) Residence, 503 Spruce 
St., Marquette. 

Secretary. — ^The Rev. Frederick T. Datson, Menominee. 

Treasurer. — Peter W. Phelps, Marquette. 

Registrar. — F. J. Schultheis, Marquette. 

Chancellor. — Hon. John W. Stone, Marquette. 

Board of Missions. — Pres., the Bishop, ex-officio; the Rev. J. A. Ten Broeck, the Rev. 
A. H. Lord, the Rev. H. J. Ellis; Mr. Thomas Bailey. Mr. Thornton A. Green. 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. Bates G. Burt, Pres., Marquette; the Rev. Carl 
G. Ziegler, the Rev. J. A. Ten Broeck. Lay, Thomas Bailey, A. O." Jopling, Peter 
White Phelps. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

A memorial from the Diocese of Michigan was presented to both Houses of the General 
Convention at its sessions held in the Cit^ of New York in October, 1889, praying 
for the setting apart of the northern peninsula as a Missionary Jurisdiction. After 
deliberation, and reference to two committees, the prayer of the Diocese was not 
granted, through a non-concurrence of the two houses. At the General Convention of 
1892 holding its sessions in Baltimore, Maryland, a memorial from the Diocese of 
Michigan^ was again presented, praying for the erection of the northern peninsula 
into a Missionary Jurisdiction. On October 15 the prayer was granted and the Mis- 
sionary Jurisdiction of Northern Michigan was constituted. On October ax, the Rev. 
Dr. Joseph Horsfall Johifston, of Detroit, was elected Bishop. Upon his declination, 
the Rev. Dr. William Reed Thomas, of New York, was chosen. At a meeting of the 
House of Bishops held at the Diocesan House, New York City, on March i. 1893, 
Dr. Thomas's declination was announced. At the General Convention during its ses- 
sions at Minneapolis, Minnesota, in October, 1895, a memorial from Northern Michi- 
^n praying to be admitted as a Diocese under the name of Marquette was presented. 
On October 11, the consent of the two Houses was given. The Primary Convention 
met in St. Paul's Church, Marquette, on November 14, 1895, and elected the Rev. 
Gershom Mott Williams, of Marquette, as Bishop. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Mrs. J. H. Wegner, 201 Ruby St, 

Houghton, Mich. 
Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized May, 1896.] 

Nina Stone, Marquette. 



Sec. and Treas., Miss 



statistics. 



Clergy 

Deacons Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions . . . 
Unorganized Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sundav School Scholars 

Contributions 



1910. 



X911. 



22 


19 


I 


2 


35 


37 


11 


30 


60 


3^g 


238 


218 


98 


2,700 


2,157 


119 


107 


1,400 


i»a93 


f5a.a6i 


f24'M« 



The 17th Annual Convention will meet in St. Paul's Church, Marquette, 
on the first Wednesday in June, 1912. 
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THE CLERGY. 

Tbb Bishop. 

Archdeacons. — Chippewa: the Ven. Arthur H. Lord; Houghton: 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — ^The Rev. Bates G. Burt, the Ven. Arthur H. Lord, the 

Rev. Joseph A. Ten Broeck, the Rev. William R. Cross. 
General Missionary, — ^The Rev. William Poyseor, Crystal Falls. 
Deans of Convocation.— Sault Ste Marie: the Rev. A. H. Lord- Marquette: the Rev. 

Bates G. Burt; Houghton: 



PARISHES AMD MIStlOlft* 



Calumet 

Crystal Falls ... 

Detour 

Dollar Bay 

Donaldson 

Escanaba 

Ewen 

Fairvicw 

Gladstone 

Grand Marais ... 

Greenland 

Hancock 

Houghton 

Iron Mountain .. 

Iron River 

Ironwood 

Ishpeming 

Manistique 

Marquette 

Menominee .... 

Mnnising 

Nesaunee 

Neveberry 

Norway 

Ontonagon 

Painesdale 

Rockland 

St. Ignace 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Spence's 

Vulcan 

Wilson 

Winona 



CHURCHSS AMD 
COMMUNICANTS. 



Christ 271. 

St. Mark 45 . 

St. Stephen 

St. Luke 29 . 

All Saints 

St. Stephen 130. 

St. Mark 

St. Matthias la. 

Trinity 

St. Andrew 

St. John 7. 

St. George 19 . 

Tr^r^'x, ••-. 535. 

Holy Trinity 57 . 

St. John 27. 

Transfiguration . .*. 125 . 

Grace 230. 

St. Alban 39. 

St. Paul ;....338. 

Grace 56. 

St. John 36. 

St. John no. 

All Saints 25. 

St. Mary 12. 

Ascension 64 . 

St. Mary 14. 

St. Thomas 4 . 

Good Shepherd 44 . 

St. James 407 . 

St. Barnabas 

Bethany 15. 

Zion 



Joseph A. Ten Broeck. 
Harold Jenkin. 



William Maltas. 
William James Datson. 

William Maltas. 
William James Datson.* 

Francis J. Barwell- Walker. 
Joseph Anastasi. 
William Rcid Cross. 



Carl G. Ziegler. 
Hiram John Ellis. 
Bates G. Burt. 
Frederick T. Datson. 

Reginald T. T. Hicks. 



Francis J. Barwell- Walker. 

Francis J. Barwell-Walker. 

Arthur H. Lord. 
William Maltas. 

Frederick T. Datson. 
Francis J. Barwell-Walker. 



NON-PAROCHIAL, 

Culver, H. H., Houghton, Mich. 
Curzon, John E., Chicago, 111. 
Stillwell, George ^W., Glasgow, Mont. 



Warren, Edward, Port Whitby, Ontario* 
Canada. 



DIOCESE OF MARYLAND. (A. D. 1783.) 

Limits. — The counties of Alleghany, Anne Arundel. Baltimore, Calvert, Carroll, Prederiek, 
Garrett, Harford, Howard, Washington, and Baltimore City, in the State of Maryland. 
Population (1900), 897*>45« Area, 4.80s sq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rev. John Gardner Murray, D.D., Bishop. (1909) Office, 1106 Madison 
Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

Secretary of Convention. — A. De Russy Sappington, Maryland Telephone Bldg., Baltimore. 

Assistant Secretary. — ^The Rev. Douglass Hooflf, Frederick City. 

Treasurer of Convention. — Blanchard Randall, Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Baltimore. 

Historiographer. — Mr. J. Wirt Randall. 

Standing Committee. — The Rev. , Pres.; the Rev. John Sebas- 

tian Bach Hodges, D.D-, the Rev. William Meade Dame, D.D., the Rev. Edwin B. 
Niver, the Rev. William H. H. Powers, the Rev. Peregrine Wroth, the Rev. Arthur 
Chilton Powell, D.D., Sec, 709 Park Ave., Baltimore. 



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HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The Rev. John Yeo held services in Baltimore County previous to 1685. The Church of 
England was established after 1688 by the provincial assembly. The Diocese was 
organized on August 13, I783» by a Convention held at Annapolis. The Rev. Dr. 
William Smith, President of the Washington College, Chestertown, Maryland, was recom- 
mended as Bishop by the Archbishop of Canterbury in a testimonial dated August 16, 
1783, and signed by the clergy and lay representatives at the convention. He never 
received consecration. At the Convention held at Annapolis, on May 3r, 1792, the 
Rev. Dr. Thomas John Claggett, Rector of St. James Parish, Anne Arundel County, 
was chosen Bishop. By his consecration, on September 17, 1792, the English and 
Scottish lines were forever united in the American Church, as the four Bishops then 
consecrated took part in it. 

First Bishop. — Thomas John Claggett. Born, October' 2, 1743. Consecrated, September 
17, 1792. Died, August 2, 1816. 

Second Bishop. — ^James Kemp. Born, May 20, 1764. Consecrated, September x, 1814. 
Died, October 28, 1827. 

Third Bishop. — ^William Murray Stone. Born, June i, 1779. Consecrated, October 
21, 1830. Died, February 26, 1838. 

Fourth Bishop. — William Rollinson Whittingham. Born, December 2, 1795. Conse- 
crated, September 17, 1840. Died, October 17, 1879. 

Fifth Bishop. — William Pinkney. Bom, April 17, 1810. Consecrated, October 6, 1870. 
Died. July 4. 1883. ' 

Sixth Bishop. — William Paret. Born, September 23, 1826. Consecrated, January 8, 
1885. Dted, January 18, 191 1. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Boys' School of St. Paul's Parish. Baltimore, 8-10 East Franklin Street.— Rectar, the 
Rector of St. Paul's. Head Master, the Rev. William T. Elmer. 

Chase Home, Annapolis, for Aged, Infirm, and Destitute Women. — Pres., the Bishop. 
Treas., Eugene Worthington. /. 

Christ Church Asylum for Female Children, Guilford Ave. and 21st St., Baltimore.^ 
Sec, Miss Julia H. Thompson. 

Church Home and Infirmary, North Broadway, Baltimore. — ["The Church Home and 
Infirmary of the City of Baltimore."] Pres., the Rev. Arthur Chilton Powell, D-D. 
Treas.. William Thomsen, 127 S. Howard St. Sec, Ed. Guest Gibson, 909-919 Cal- 
vert Building. Chaplain, the Rev. C. E. Harding. 

Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Miss I. M. Bond, 1402 Bolton St., 
Baltimore. 

Church School for Boys, Mount Calvary Church, 810 Park Ave^ — Head Master, the Rev. 
H. S. HastinRS. 

Churchman's Club of the Diocese of Maryland. — [Organized 1898. 1 Pres., Dr. Robert 
W. Johnson* loi W. Franklin St., Bahimore. Sec, Edward Guest Gibson, 909 Cal- 
vert Bldg., Baltimore. 

Corporation for the Relief of the Widows and Children of Clergymen. — Treas., Arthur 
Boehm. Vice Pres. and Agent, Rev. Peregrine Wroth. Office, 207 St. Paul St., 
Baltimore. 

Daughters of the King. — Diocesan Sec, Miss Margaret Shailer, 1228 Mt. Royal Ave., 
Baltimore, Md. 

Diocesan Library, 11 06 Madison Avenue, Baltimore.- — 32,000 volumes. Librarian, Law- 
rence C. Wroth. 

Girls' Friendly Society. — Pres., Mrs. A. Morris Tyson, 204 E. Chase St., Baltimore. 

Hannah More Academy, the Diocesan School for Girls, near Reisiertozvn. — Pres., the 
Bishop. Principal, Miss Anna L. Lawrence. 

Layreaders' League of Maryland. — Chaplain, the Rev. Romilly F. Humphries. 

Orphan House and Episcopal School of All Saints' Church. Frederick City. — Pres., Mrs 
Charles W. Ross. 

Parish School of St. Stephen the Martyr, West North Avenue, Baltimore. — 

St. John's Orphanage for Boys, WaveHy Baltimore. — Rector, the Rector of St. John** 
Church. Trustees, the Vestry of St. John** Church. Huntingdon. Treas., Arthur H 
Tackson 

St, John's School for Boys and Girls. Waverley. Baltimore. — Rector, the Rector of St 
Tohn*8 rhnrrh. 

St. Luke's Hall. North Carey Street.— Tht Rector of the Parish. 

^t. Juke's Parish School . North Carer Street.— The Rector of the Parish. 

St. Mary's Home for Little Coloured Boys, Gilmore and Prestman Sts., Baltimore. — 
Under charge of All Saints Sisters of the Poor. 

St. Martha's Episcopal Home, 73."; West Lexin'^ton Street, Baltimore. — A Home for self- 
supporting girls. Patron and Visitor, the Rt. Rev. J. G. Murray, D.D., LL.D. Pres., 
Miss E. C. Brewer. Vice Pres., Miss B. S. Wheatley. Treas., Mrs. Ralph Conable. 
Sec. Mrs. O. C. Ch/eroweth. 

5"*. Paul's Hcuse, 309 Cathedral Street, Baltimore. — A protected home for young working- 
women. — Rector, the Rector of St. Paul's Parish. Also Boys' School of St. Paul's 
Parish. — For Christian and Church Education of Boys. Pres. of Trustees, the Rec- 



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cor of St. Paul's Church. 30 boys. Also Girls' School, — For Maintenance and 
Christian Education of Poor Girls. Pres. of Trustees, the Rector of St. Paul's 
Church. 43 girlSb 

St. Paul's ravish Guild House, 539 Columbia Avenue, Baltimore ^ — Priest in Charge, 
the Rev. Frank Hay Staples. Resident, Mrs. M. B. Harvey. 

5"*. Peter's Asylum and School tor female Chtlaren, Baltimore. —Pres. of Board of Lady 
Managers, Mrs. Charles E. Falconer, 1630 Balton St., Baltimore. • ^ 

"The benevolent Sooety of the ctty and i^oumy t»/ Baiitnture. — (.M. Paul's School lor 
Poor Female Children, 2411 North Charles St., Baltimore.) Pres. of Board of Trus- 
tees, the Rector of St. Paul's Parish. 
^Vontan's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized for foreign missions Ma/, 1876; for 
all departments, 1878.] Annual meeting: day before Diocesan Convention in May. 
Semi-annual: November. Pres., Mrs. A. L. Sionssat, Lake Roland, Md. Treas., 
Mrs. Frederick von KapfF, Rodgers Forge, Md. Sec, Miss Alice T. Tiffany, 1709 
N. Charles St., Baltimore. 

Junior Department. — Sec, Miss M. H. Nussear, LutherviUe. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Hriests Ordained 

Church Edifices ' 

Organized Parishes and Missions . , 
Parochial and Institutional Chapels 

BapLisina 

Confirmed .' 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers , 

Sunday School Scholars 

Parish School Teachers 

Parish School Scholars 

Contributions .' , 



1910. 



127 


119 


5 


2 


167 


181 


114 


118 


46 


45 


1,420 


1,699 


1.596 


1,277 


26,587 


25,388 


1,336 


1,241 


11,390 


1 1.39.3 


77 


71 


•746 


621 


$433,911 


$417,813 



The 129 Annual Convention will be held. in Emmanuel Church, Baltimore, 
«n Wednesday. May 29, 19 12. 

THE CLERGY. 

The Bishop. 
The Bishop Coadjutor. 
Archdeacons. — Baltimore: the Ven. Peregrine Wroth. Towson: the Ven. Hobarl Smith. 
Annapolis: the Ven. Edward T. Helfenstein. Cumberland: the Ven. John Poyntr 
Tyler. 
Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — The Rev. Edward Turner Lawrence, the Rev. Percy 
Foster Hall, the Rev. George Sadtler, the Ven. Edward Trail Helfenstein. 



Cmmanuel 



St. John . . 
St. George 



All Hallows 



St. Anne 

St. James .... 



CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS 



ALLEGANY COUNTY. 

Emmanuel, Cumberland ..612 

St, Philip's Chapel 29 

Holy Cross 75 

St. Peter, Lanaconing . . 66 

St. John, Frostburg 232 

St. James, Westernport. . 179 
St. George, Mt. Savage.. 221 

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY. 

All Hallows Church and 1 

Chapel, Davidsonville 
Chapel St. Andrew the 

Fisherman 

St. Anne, Annapolis. . / 1,027 
St. Anne's Chapel ... J 

St. Philip's Chapel 94 

St. James, Herring 1 

Creek I 

St. James' Chapel; L117 

Tracev's Landing . . . [ 
St. Mark's Chapel, I 

Friendship I 



i I 103 

'J 



1 William Cleveland Hicks.. 
V Thomas Getz Hill. 



J 



Frederick M. C. Bedell. 
Walter Blaine McKinley. 
George Clarence Shaw. 



Marcelliis Karclier. 

Joseph Patton McComas. 
James Lawrason Smiley^ 
Arnold Hamilton Maloney. 

Hugh McDowell Martin. 



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St Peter 

Serern 

Weetminster 

St Paul (Charles and Sara- 
toga Sts.) 

(Columbia Ave. and Gal- 
lender St.) 

(Lafayette Sq.) 

(Baltimore and Monroe 

Sts.) 

(Cor. of Millington Ave. 

& Ramsey St. Extended) 
(St Paul and Chuc Sts.) 

(Cathedral uid'Read Su.) 

(N. Chester St) 

(Wallbrook) 

(Park Ave. and Monu- 
ment St) 

(S. Cniarles St) 

(W. Pratt and CHicster 

Sts.) 

(Canton) 

(CHiase and Eden Sts.) . .. 

(Gilmor Street and Riggs 
Ave.) ^-f • 

((say and Fayette Sts.) . . 

(Eutaw PI. and Madison 
Ave.) 

(W. Madison St) 

(Broadway and McElderry 

St) 

(North ft Madison Aves.) 



CHUICHKS AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



ANNB AaUNOBL CO. COH 

Ellicott's Chapel, Patux- 

ent Forge 42 

St. Stephen, Millersville 1 
St Paul's Chapel, [-105 

Crownsville J 

St. Margaret 63 

St. Alban Chapel, 

Glen Burnie 53 

St Barnabas, 

St Barnabas, Curtis Bay. 21 
Christ West River ...| 
St Jahn's Chapel, Bay V 238 

Shore J 

All Saints, Annapolis Jc. 48 
St Mary, Jessup P. O... 28 

BALTIMORB CITY AND COUNTY. 

St Paul 969 

St. Paul's Chapel 543 

St. John, Relay 70 

BALTIMOBB CITY. 

Ascension 1,120 

All Saints 246 

Church of the Holy Cross.3S5 
Christ 794 

Church Home and Infirmary. 
Emmanuel 910 

St Andrew 461 

The Prince of Peace 384 

Grace 822 

Grace Deaf Mute Mission 72 
Chapel of the Advent.. . .518 

Holy Comforter 173 

Holy Evangelists 189 

Holy Innocents 536 

Holy Trinity 227 

Messiah 455 

Mt Calvary 592 

Chapel St. Mary the 

Virgin 706 

St. Katharine's Chapel... 106 

Our Saviour 213 

St. Bartholomew 359 



William Pusey Painter. 
Frederick C. F. Shears. 
Alexander Gait. 

j- Wiley Jones Page. 

Robert Atkinson Mayo. 

Robert Allan Castleman. 
Benjamin D. Chambers. 

Arthur B. Kinsolving, D.D. 
Frank Hay Staples. 
Jesse Richards Bicknell. 
William T. Elmer. 
Paul F. Hoffman. 



f Richard Wallace Hogue. 

Edward Worrell Wroth. 

George Nelson Mead. 

J Edwin Barnes Niver, D.D. 

I John George Carl. 
Carroll Everett Harding. 

(Henry Evan Cotton. 

I Smith Hilton Orrick. 
Francis Kinzer Little. 



Henry Talbot Sharp. 

■{ Christopher P. Sparling. 
[ Arthur Chilton Powell,!). D. 
(Christopher P. Sparling. 

Arthur Chilton Powell, D.D. 

f Arthur Chilton Powell,D.D. 
( Christopher P. Sparling. 

Wesley David Adams. ' 

David Majr. 

Geo. Washington Dame, D.D. 



William Dunbar Gould. 

Peregrine Wroth. 

1 William A. McClenthan. 

I George Alfexander Griffiths. 

[Herbert S. Hastings. 

J William Franklin Venables 



Edward Livingston Kemp. 
George Mosley Murray. 



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CT>Mmon and Prcstman 
Sts.) 

CPretton St. ft Park Aye.) 

(.Trvington) » 

CWaverley) 

C Carey, near Lexington 
St.) 



CIV. Lombard St.) 

CHanipden, Roland Ave.). 
est. Paul and aoth Sta.) . . 



(Druid HtU Ave. and 
Lanvale St.) 

^Homestead) ....;..•.... 

CLafayette Aye. and Bol- 
ton St.) 

(Loctist Point 



CBUaCHSaAND OOMliUNZCAlTTS 



Immannel 



Reiatertown 



Sherwood . . . . 
St. James .... 
St. Thomas . . 

Western Run 



BALTIMOaB CITT. 

St. George and 

St. Barnabas 874 

St. Tames 360 

St. James Chapel 118 

St. John 345 

St. Luke 807 

St. Stephen the Martyr. . 92 
St. Margaret Chapel .... 70 

St. Mark 214 

St. Mary 441 

St. Michael and All 

Angels 1,435 

Chapel of the Guardian 

Angel 19^ 

St. Peter 657 

St. Thomas ".160 

The Memorial 927 

t The Redemption Chapel.. 147 

BALTIMOaa COUMTT. 

Immanuel, Glencoe 44 

P'piphany, Ready Avenue. 200 
Good Shepherd, Sherwood 
Grace Chapel, Mt.Winans. 30 
Holy Comforter, Rossville 12 
Holy Cross Ch., Freeland. 12 
Holy Nativity, Forest Pk. 
Prince of Peace, Fallston . . 
St. Andrew, Hamilton . . 34 
St. David, Roland Park.. 311 

St. John, Catonsville 

St. John, Mount Wash- 
ington 152 

St. Mark, Pikesville loB 

St. Matthew, Sparrow's 

Point 144 

St. Matthias* Chapel, 

Belgravia 24 

St. Philip's, Highrdtown.i20 

Incarnation Chapel 26 

St. Helena 

St. Timothy, Catonsville.. 31 
Transfiguration, W. Ar- 
lington 127 

Trinity^ Long Green .... 

Trinity, Towson 294 

Holy Comforter, Luther- 

viile 29 

Arbutus Mission, Sulphur 

Springs 59 

All Saints ] 

St. Michael, Hannah [-173 

More Academy J 

Sherwood, Cockeysville. . . 53 

St. James, Monkton 120 

St. Thomas, Owing's 

Mills 171 

St. John, Glyndon 23 

St. Luke Chapel, Harri- 

sonville 20 

Redeemer, Govanstown. . . 139 
St. Mary, Franklintown. . 36 



Thomas Atkinson. 
Geo. Freeman Bragg, Jr.^D.D. 
Leslie Ellis Goodwin. 
William Daliam Morgan. 

(Herbert Parrrsh. 

I Albert Aune. • • 
March Chase Ma;fo. 
John H. Booisey. 

John George Sadtler. 

Charles Fiske. 

David Prescott Allison. 

Georjfe J. G. Kromer. 
^ Romily F. Humphries. 
^ Smith Hilton Orrick. 
Charles Edwin Perkins. 
( William Meade Dame, D.D. 
) William Page Dame. 
Joseph Todhunter Ware. 



( Duncan McCulloch. 
1 James Fitts Plummer. 
Carroll Everett Harding. 
William H. H. Powers. 
George Nelson Meade. 
Wiley Jones Page. 

Hugh W. S. Powers. 



Theodore C. Foote. 
William Dunbar Gould. 

Wilbur Fisk Watkins, Jr. 
Edw'd Turner Lawrence.D.D. 

John J. Clopton. 

Clergy of Mt. Calvary. 
James Luther Martin. 

John J. Clopton. 
Percy Fister Hall. 

William Rollins Webb. 

Walter Porter Griggs. 

1 William Henry Harrison 

> Powers. 

J 

Edward Worrell Wroth. 

Joseph Fletcher. 

Adolphus Thomas Pindell. 
James Fitts Plummer. 

Hobart Smith. 



Charles Albert Hensel. 
William Rollins Webb. 



St. John 



lALTIMOaS AND HARFOKD COUMTIBS. 

. . I St. John, upper Falls ... 66 I John Worrall Larmotir. t 

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Christ Church . 
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St. Paul 



A ntcension . . . 
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CUUECUBS AMD 
COMMUNlCANTil. 



CALVXST COUNTY. 

All Saints» Sunderland. . . 43 

Chesapeake Beach 

Prince of Peace 

Christ, Port Republic 122 

Middleham Chapel 62 

St. Peter's Chapel (Solo- 
mon's) 26 

St. Paul, Prince Fred- 
erick 68 

CARBOLL COUNTY. 

Ascension, Westminster.. 10 



)Hugh McDonald Martin. 

Everett H. Brosius.* 
Thomas B. A. Allison. 

Benjamin Barnes Lovett. 
Thomas B. A. Allison. 



Frank M. Gibson. 



CAMkOLL, BALTIMOKR AND HOWARD COUNTIBS. 



All Saints 
Catoctin . . 



St. Paul 



Zion 



Trinity | 1 

St. Barnabas Chapel, 1-75 William K. Marshall. 
Sykesville J I 



24 



St. Luke, Harrisonville. . 

FREDERICK COUNTY. 

All Saints, Frederick City.300 

Harriott Chapel, Catoc- 
tin Furnace 

St. Stephen's Chapel, 
Thurmont 

St. John's Chapel, Wal- 
kersville 

St. Paul, Point of T • 

Rocks ^ 58 

St. Luke, Adamstowh. . J 

Zion, Urbana 21 



Douglass Hooff. 



Lewis Beeman Browne. 



V George William Thomas. 

FREDERICK, CARROLL. AND HOWARD COUNTISS. 



Linffanore I Grace, Newmarket . . . . ) 104 I 

I St. James, Mt. Airy . . . j | 

FRXOBRICK AND WASHINGTON COUNTIES. 



6t. Mark 



St. Matthew 



Churchville 



Deer Creek Parish 
l>ccr Creek 



Havre de Grace 
Si. George 



St. M;irk's, Petersville. 
St. Luke's Chapel, 

Pleasant Valley 

Grace Chapel, Bruns- }-i8o 

wick 

St. John's Chapel, 

Burkittsville 

GARRETT COUNTY. 

St. Matthew, Oakland. . | 31 
Chapel, Swanton ) 

HARFORD COUNTY. 

Holy Trinity, Church- 
ville . 70 

St. James, Trap 145 

Ascension, Scarboro 57 

Grace Mem'l, Darlington, 62 
St. John, Havre de 

Grace 131 

St. George, Ferryman ... 82 

Christ, Rock Spring 73 

Emmanuel, Bel Air 100 

j Grace Chapel, Hickory... 23 
j Holy Cross, The Rocks.. 3 
' St. Mary, Emmorton ....10; 



Charles Ledyard Atwater. 



Joseph Patterson Gibson. 



Walter G. Haupt. 

Levin John Sothoron. 
)John Israel Yellott, Jr. 



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CHUICHBI AJrO 
COMMUNICAMTl. 



HOWAID COUMTT. 

Grace, Elk Ridge Landg.216 
Mount Calvary, Roxbury. 34 
Good Shepherd, Jones- 
town 34 

St. Alban, Alberton .... 33 

St. David, Creswell 

St. Tames, Ilchester .... 
St. John, EUicott City ..130 

St. Mark, Highland 98 

St. Peter, Ellicott City.. 122 
St. Paul 2g 



Robert Allan 



Edward Trail Helfensteiii. 
Frank Peck Willes. 
William Lindsay Glenn. 
Edward Trail Helferstein. 
Edward Trail Helfenstdn. 

Robert Andrewes Poole. 



HOW AID AND AM II I AtUNDII. OOUVTHS. 

Oueen Caroline Christ, Guilford 72 William Pusey Painter. 

THnity Trinity, Dorsey 15a Benjamin D. Chambers. 



St. John . 

Antietam 



WASHINGTON COUNTT. 

St. John, Hagerstown....409 
St. Anne, Smithburg .... 26 
St. Mark, Lappan's 

Cross Roads 29 

St. Paul, Antietam 48 

St. Andrew, Clear 

Springs 

St. Thomas, Hancock ...148 



John PoynU Tyler. 
Lewis Beeman Browne. 

Charles Edward Shaw. 



Minor Julius Peters. 
John Elie Carteret. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Ayscough, L. B. P., Baltimore. 
Brander, William W., Chaplain, U. S. A. 
Buel, Clarence, Detroit. 
Denys, F. Ward, Washington, D. C. 
Fitzhugh, George S., Port Royal, Va. 
Gauss, Charles, Norristown, Pa. 
Gernand, Robert Henry, Baltimore. 
Hodges, J. Sebastian Bach, D.D., r. em.. 

Relay Station, Baltimore, Md. 
Jones, Custis Parsons, Baltimore. 
Joyner, John R., Baltimore. 



D.D., 



Leakin, George Armistead, 
Roland, Baltimore. 

Page, Coupland Randolph, Winchester, Vtu 

Reese, James William, Westminster, Car^ 
roll Co. 

Sams, James Julius, D.D., r. em., Balti- 
more. 

Simpson, George W., Chaplain, Johns Ho^ 
. kins Coloured Orphan Asylum, Balti- 
more. 

Wye, George William, Berwyn. 



DIOCESE OF MASSACHUSETTS. (A. D. 1784.) 

Limits. — That part of the State of Massachusetts east of the easterly line of Worcester 
County, and also the town of Southborough, in Worcester County, 

Population (1910), 2,524,949. Area, 7,800 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rev. William Lawrence, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L., Bishop. (1893.) Residence, 

122 Commonwealth Ave., Boston. 
Secretary of the Convention. — The Rev. Leander C. Manchester, D.D., i Joy St., Boston. 
Assistant Secretary. — The Rev. Francis E. Webster, 54 Lyman St., Waltham. 

Treasurer of the Convention. — ^The Rev. George J. Prescott, Huntington House, 20 Cortes 

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Registrar, — The Rev. Daniel D. Addison, D.D., .47 Garrison Road, Brookline. 
Diocesan Educational Secretary. — The Rev. Carlton Putnam Mills, i Joy St., Boston. 

SUmding Comfnittee.—-Clerical, the Rev. Leonard Kip Storrs, D.D., Pres,; the Rev. Emel- 
ius W. Smith, the Rev. William G. Thayer, D.D., the Rev. John MpGaw Foster, 198 

Bay State Road, Boston, Sec. Lay, Charles G. Saunders, Francis B. Sears, Francis 
W. Huunewell, Joseph H. Beale. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The first Services of the Church were held in Boston on May 30, 1686, by the Rev. Rob- 
ert Ratcliffe. The King's Chapel was organized on June 15, and the Rev. Mr. Rat- 
clifFe was phoscn Rector. Diocese organized in Trinity Church, Boston, on September 
7, 178^. The Rev. Dr. Edward Bass, Rector of St. Paul's Church, Newbur3rport, was 
elected in 1789, but no action was taken by the General Convention for his consecra- 
tion. In 1876 he was again elected, and was consecrated in Christ Church, Philadel- 
phia, on May 7, 1797, by Bishops White, Provoost and Oaggett. 

First Bishop. — Edward Bass. Born, November 23, 1736. Consecrated, May 7, i797- 
Died, September 10, 1803. 

Second Bishop. — Samuel Parker. Bom, August 17, 1744. Consecrated, September 14, 
1804. Dted, December 6, 1804. 

Third Bishop. — ^Alexander Viets Griswold, Bishop of the Eastern Diocese, which in- 
cluded the present Dioceses of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts and 
Rhode Island. Bom, April 22, 1766. Consecrated, May 29, 181 1. Died, Fdbruary 
I5» 1843- 

Fourth Bishop. — Manton Eastburn. Born, February 9, 1801. Consecrated, December 
29, 1842. Died, September 12, 1872. 

Fifth Bishop. — Benjamin Henry Paddock. Born, February .29, 1828. Consecrated, 
September 17, 1873. Died, March 9, 1891. 

Sixth Bishop. — Philups Brooks. Born, December 13, 1835. Consecrated, October 14, 
1 89 1. Died, January 23, 1893. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

' Boston Episcopal Charitable Society. — [Incor. 1784-] Pres., Francis W. HnnnewelL 

Treas., Amory A. Lawrence, 89 Franklin St., Boston. Sec, Stephen Chase, Dedham. 

Church Home for Orphan and Destitute Children. Boston. — [Incor. 1858.] Comer N. St. 
and 4th St., South Boston. Chaplain, the Rev. . Treas., 

George H. Richards, Sears Building, Boston. Sec, the Rev. R. H. Howe, D.D., 
Boulevard Station, Bqston. Treas. of Board of Managers, Mrs. Boylston A. Beal, 108 
Beacon St., Boston. 

Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Miss Marian De C. Ward, "415 Beacon 
St., Boston. 

Church Library Association (1879), Cambridge, Mass. — Pres., the Rev. W. B. King. 
Trees., Miss E. H. Houghton. Cor. Sec, Mrs. Horace E. Scudder. Applications 
for the lists of books approved by the Association for Sundav Schools and Parish 
Libraries may be made to the Corresponding Secretary, Cambridge, Mass. 

Daughters of the King. St, Elisabeth Branch. — Directress. Mrs. N. N. Denison, 26 Pearl 
St., South Framingham. Sec, Miss Gertrude Jones, HoUis St., Boston. 

Diocesan Beard of Missions. — [Incor. 1889.] Pres., the Bishop. Sec, the Rev. Prescott 
Evarts, Cambridge. Treaj./ Clarence H. Poor, 85 Water St., Boston. 

Episcopal Church Association. — [Incor. 1870.] Rooms, the Diocesan House, x Joy Street, 
Boston. Hon. Pres., The Rt. Rev. the Bishop. Pres., Charles G. Saunders. Treas., 
Lcverctt S. Tuckcrman, 53 State Street, Room 953, Boston. Clerk, Henry M. Upbam, 
27 Bromfield St., Boston. 

Episcopal City (Boston) Mission. — Pres., the Bishop. Superintendent, the Rev. Frederick 
B. Allen, Diocesan House, i Joy St., Boston. Sec, Charles E. Mason, i Joy 
St., Boston. Treas., George S. Selfridge, Diocesan House, 1 Joy St., Boston. 

Episcopalian Club of Massachusetts. — [Organized 1888.] Pres., John E. Rousmaniere, 
70 Kirby St., Boston. Sec, Irving P. Fox, Sudbury Bldg., Boston. 

' Episcopal Theological School, Cambridge. — (See Educational InstittrtionsJ^^ 

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Furtd for the Erection ef Churcht* and Chapels in the Diocese of Massachusetts. — 

[Founded 1875. j Trustees, George H. 'Richards, Huntington Saville, John H. Storer. 

Girig' Friendly. Society.-^Pres., Mim ItabftUa G. Whipple, a Andovcr St, Salem. Sec, 

Mias Margaret A. Rand, 49 Kirkland St, Cambn<^e. Treas., Miit.B. A. Baker, 

I Monument Square, Beverly. 

Gre^ton School, Gro/on.— [Incor. 1884.] Head Master^ the Rev. Endicott Peabody, D.D. 

Treas. to Board of Trustees, Pierre Jay, no Wall St., New York, N. Y. 
ti<yuse of the Good Samaritan, Boston, — 

Margaret Coffin Prayer-Book Society. — [Incor. 1856.] Fres., the Rev. George J. Prescott, • 
20 Cortes St., Boston. Treas., Henry M. Upham, 27 Bromfield St., Boston. Clerk, 
Mrs. G. S. Winslow, 47 Chestnut St., Boston. 
Massachusetts Branch of the Free Church Association. — [Incor. i8Sa.] Pres., the Rev. 
Reginald Heber Howe, D.D. Sec, the Rev. William C. Winslow, D.D., 525 Beacon 
St., Boston. Treas., Clarence H. Poor, 85 Water St., Boston, Mass. 
Massachusetts Church Missionary Society. — [Incor. 1867.] Pres., the Rev. Reuben Kidner, 

Boston. Sec, Joseph H. Beale. Treas., George G. Bradford. 
Sailors' Haven, 46 U^ater Street, Chartestonm.—Supt., Stanton H. King. Assistants, 

James M. Blue, Rachel £. Stevens, and Helen Hunt. 
St. Luke's Home for Convalescents, 149 Roxbury Street, Boston. — [Incor. 1872.] 
Chaplain, the Rev. Frederic W. Fitts. Sec, Stephen Chase, Dedham. Treas., William 
H. Aspinwall, 50 Congress St., Boston. 
St. Mark's School. Southborough. — [Incor. * 1865.] Visitor, the Bishop. Head Master, 
the Rev. William Greenough Thayer, D.D. Clerk of Board of 'trustees, Henry F. 
Bigelow. Treas., Harry Burnett, Southborough. 
St. Mary's Church and House for Sailors, 120 Marginal St.. East Boston. — Under the 
auspices of the Episcopal City (Boston) Mission. Chaplain, the Rev. Kenneth R. 
Forbes. Supt., M. E. Hopkins. 
St. Monica's Home, 125 Highland Street, Roxbury. — ^A home for sick coloured women 
and children, in charge of the Sisters of St. Margaret. Tuberculosis Ward of seven 
beds. Nine beds for chronic cases. 
Society for the Relief of Aged or Disabled Episcopal Clergymen. — [Incorporated 1846.] 
Sec, the Rev. Prcscott Evarts. Treas., George P. Gardner, 22 Congress St., Boston. 
Society for the Relief of the' Widows and Orphans of Clergymen of the Protest' 
ant Episcopal Church iDiocese of Massachusetts). — [Incor. 1841.] Sec, the Rev. 
Reuben Kidner, 16 Brimmer St, Boston. Treas., Russell S. Codman, 50 Congreaa 
St, Boston. 
The Association for the Work of Mercy. — The House of Mercy, 244 Townsend St., Rox» 
bury. Chaplain, . Sec, Mrs. Malcolm Storer, 5 Brimmer 

, St., Boston. 
The Homestead Inn. New Ipswich, N. H. — A summer vacation retreat under the charn 
of the Church of the Good Shepherd, Boston, for self-supporting women. Board, |j 
per week. Chaplain, the Rev. George Jarvis Prescott, Boston. 
Trinity House Laundry, Boston.— Supt., Miss I. J. Sawin. 

Trustees of Donations to the Protestant Episcopal Church. — [Incor. 1810.] Pres., Gtotn 
H. Richards. Sec, Charles G. Saunders, 95 Milk St, Boston. Treas.. William P. 
Blake, 27 Kilby St., Boston. 
Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized November, 1877.] Annual meeting: 
first Wednesday in November. Sec, Miss Alice M. Morgan, 6 Mercer Circle, Cam- 
bridge. 
Junior Deportment. — Chairman, Miss A. Lieber Percy, 194 Aspinwall Ave., Brookline. 
Sec, Miss Mary Chester Buchan, Florence St., Wellesley. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes 

Missions and Congregations . . 

Baptisms 

Confirmed (Conventional year) 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



226 


231 


3 


4 


176 


179 


126 


126 


63 


63 


3,588 


3.289 


2,721 


2,28s 


45>4$S 


47,465 


3,661 


2,639 


22,007 


21,729 


$961,708 


$988,948 



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THE CLERGY. 

The Cathedral Chapter. (Incorporated A. D. 1908.) 

llIE BlSHuV. 

Archdeacon of the Diocese. — The Ven. Samuel G, Babcock, 62 Chestnut St, Boston. 

Chancellor . — Charles G. Saunders, 95 Milk St., Boston. 

Treasurer. — Henry Burnett, Southborough. 

Clerical Members. — The Rev. Philo W. bprague, the Rev. Alexander Mann. 

Lay Members. — Francis VV. Hunnewell, E. Pierson Beebe, Richard H. Dana. 

Clerk. — The Rev. Daniel D. Addison. 

Archdeaconries. — Bobtun Udenucai with Episcopal City Mission): Pres., the Bishop; 
6upi., the Rev. Frederick B. Allen, i Joy St., Boston. Sec, Charles E. Mason, 25 
Exeter St., Boston. ireas., George S. Selfridge, i Joy St., Boston. Lowell: 
Sec.j the Rev. Francis £. Webster. Waltham. Treas., Denman Blanchard. 16 State 
St., Boston. New Bedford: Hec, the Rev. George £. Osgood, North Attleborousb. 
Treas., Arthur L. V\ alker, Brookline. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — The Rev. Albert Crabtree, the Rev. Francis L. Whitte- 
more, the Rev. Thatcher R. Kimball, the Rev. Laurens MacLure, the Rev. Edmund 
S. Rousmaniere. 

General Mxsstqnary to Deaf Mutes. — The Rev. 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 



Allerton (lluU) 

Amesbury 

Andover 

Arlington 

Attleborough 

Ayer .a 

Ayer (Forge Village) 

Ayer (Littleton) 

Barnstable 

Barnstable 

Beachmont (Revere) 

Belmont . . « 

Beverly 

Boston (30 Brinuner) 

Dorchester (Ashmont c. 
Bushnell) 

(1906 Washington) 

(Salem Street) 

(Newbury) 

W. Roxbury (Stratford 

cor. Clement) 

(Dorchester) (New) 

(Cortes St.) 

South (Dorchester St)... 

Mattapan (River St.) 

(St. Stephen cor (jains- 

borpugn) 

(Roslindale) 

(Sonth) City Point (82s 

E. Fourth) 

(Parish House of Trinity 

Church) 

Dorchester (Cottage near 

Dudley) 

ijyy Shawmut Ave.) .... 
(21 Lenox St.) 

Roxbury (St. James St.) 
Highlands (Tremont bet. 
Vernon and Linden 
Park Sts.) 



CHURCHES AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



Our Saviour 40'- 

St. James 123.. 

Christ 350- ■ 

St. John 210. , 

All Saints 329- 

St. Andrew 91 . , 

St. Andrew 49 • 

St. Andrew ....» 12.. 

St. Mary S- 

Hyannis Mission 9 . 

St. Paul 130.. 

All Saints 80. 

St. Peter 303 • 

St. John 

Advent 1,121. 

All Saints 614. 

Ascension 5So. 

Christ 62 . 

Emmanuel 9^5 • 

Emmanuel 215. 

Epiphany 226 . 

(5ood Shepherd 230. 

Grace 376. 

Holy Spirit 264 . 

Messiah 35^ . 

Our Saviour 211. 

Redeemer 445 • 

St. Andrew (Deaf 

Mutes) 

St. Ann 140. 

St. Ansgarius 430 . 

St. Augustine and 

St. Martin 300 . 

St. James 375- 

St. John 350. 



George Francis Weld. 

Frederic Palmer, D.D. 
Samuel Neal Kent. 
Roderick J. Mooney. 

[•Arthur Lewis Bumpus. 



Reginald Heber Coe. 
] Eugene Joseph Vincent 
\ Huiginn. 

W. Harman van Allen,D.D. 

John Higginson Cabot, 2nd 

William Russel Scarritt. 

Frank Ernest Aitkins. 

Simon Blinn Blunt. 

A. George E. Jenner. 

Charles Winthrop Peabody. 

Elwood Worcester, D.D. 

William Lathrop Clark. 

Charles M. Howard. 

f Elwood Worcester. D.D. 
Samuel McComb, D.D. 

^Gilbert Lee Pennock. 
Samuel Snelling. 
Thatcher Raymond Kimball. 

( George Jarvis Prescott. 

\ Medville McLaughlin. 
Leonard Kingsley Smith. 
Alan McLean Taylor. 

John McGaw Foster. 
Phillips Endicott Osgood. 

(Lucian Waterman Rogers. 

(Albert Crabtree. 



Frederick Arthur Reeve. 
Anders Wilhelm Sundeldf. 

Charles Neale Field. 
Murray Wilder Dewart. 

(Frederick Whitney Pitts. 
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JPASISdSS AND MISSIONS. 

Boston : 

£a8t (80 Lexington St.).. 

Charlestown (Devens cor. 

Rutherford Ave.) 

Jamaica Plain (Roanoke 

Ave. cor. Revere) 



(Bowdoin St) ' 

Allston (BoyUton Ave. 
nr. Commonwealth Av.) 

Brighton (Washington 
cor. Eastbum) 

Dorchester 

Dorchester (Gushing Ave.) 

East (Cottage cor. Mar- 
ginal) 

South (410 W. B'way)... 



(136 Tremont) 

Jamaica PI. (Paul Gore St.) 



(Florence St.). 



(Copley Square). 



Braintree 

Bridgewater 

Brockton 

Brookline (Beaconsfield 

Terraces) ...;.... 

(Longwood) 

Brookline 

Cambridge, East (Thorn- 
dike and jd Sts.) 

(Garden St., Harvard Sq.) 

(Columbia St.) 

(Massachusetts Ave. and 
Beach St.) 

(Mason and Brattle Sts.). 

(Massachusetts Ave. and 
Vernon St.) 

(Allston nr. Brookline St.) 

Ointon 

CHielmsford 

Chelsea 

Cohasset 

Concord 

Cottage City 

Danvers 

Dedham 

(Oakdale) 

Duxbury ' 

Edgartown (Martha's Vine- 

„ yar<i) 

Everett 

Fairhavcn 

Fall River (Rock St.) 



(North Main St). 
(Middle St) 



(Mason St) 

(South Main St). 



CHURCHSS AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



St. John 470. 

St. John 509- 

St. John 4^3- 

St. John the Evangelist. 550. . 

St. Luke lis- . 

Mt. Margaret 1 50 . . 

St. Mark 271 . . 

St. Mary 521 . . 

St. Mary for Sailors. . .300. . 
St. Matthew 424. . 

St. Paul 624.. 

St. Peter aoo . . 

St. Stephen 700 . . 

Trinity 1,651.. 

Emmanuel 69 . . 

Trinity 201 . . 

St. Paul 555.. 

All Saints 418. . 

Our Saviour 390 . . 

St. Paul 350. . 



Ascension 200 . 

Christ 418. 

St. Bartholomew 320. 

St. James 633. 

St. John Memorial 300. 

St. Peter 690 . 

St. Philip 69. 

Trinity 125. 

All Saints 55- 

St. Luke 550. 

St. Stephen 197. 

Trinity i59- 

Trinity 

Calvary 182. 

St. Paul 245. 

The Good Shepherd . . . 1 28 . 
St. John the Evangelist 36. 

St. Andrew 21. 

Grace 420 . 

Our Saviour 36 . 

Ascension 571. 

St. James 523- 

St. John 331. 

St. Luke 200. 

St. Mark 345. 

St. Stephen 283. 



i Charles Edward Jackson, 
i George Stanley Fiske. 

Philo Woodruff Sprague. 

Thomas Clyman Campbell. 

[Charles Neale Field. 

Henry P. Bull. 
■{ Frederick Cecil Powell. 
I Albert Edward Tovey. 
(.Frank Fitz. 
Charles Wadsworth Duffield. 

Walter George Read. 
I -ank Dorr Budlong. 
Walter E. C. Smith. 

Kenneth Ripley Forbes. 
James Sheerin. 

{Edmund S. Rousmaniere. 
Frederick John Walton. 
Ralph M. Harper. 
Warren Daniels Bigelow. 
f Fred'k Curtiss Lauderburn 
j Thomas Sparks Cline. 
[William Edward Hayes. 
I Alexander Mann, D.D. 
< Reuben Kidner. 
[Edwin Hill Van Etten. 

Joseph Eames. 

David Bertie Matthew*. 

Daniel Dulany Addison, D.D. 
Reginald Heber Howe, D.D. 
Carroll Perry. 

Francis Leavitt Beal. 

Prescott Evarts. 

Walter Dorsey McClane, 

( Eryiest Moorhead Paddock. 

j Edward Ashley Gerhard.* 

( (ieorge Hodges, D.D. 

in. E. W. Fosbroke, D.D. 
Ransome Moore Church. 

William Grainger. 
Wilson Waters. 
George Alexander Barrow. 
Howard Key Bartow. 
Smith Owen Dexter. 

Henry William Winkley. 
Francis Lee Whittcmore. 
William Franklin Cheney. 
Frederick Bethunc Bartlett. 

Arthur Leon Fenderson. 
Arthur H. BarringtOD. 

(Emelius W. Smith. 

Linden Harris White. 
Chauncey Hayden Blodgett 
James Joseph Cogan. 

Charles Tabcr Hall. 

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Fslmontk ••••••••••••■•••• 

(Wood's Hole) 

Foxboroufh 

Framingham (South) 

Pnuninglum 

FniikUn ••••• 

Gloucester 

Groton 

Hanover «•••. 

HaTerhiU 

•f 

Hinffham 

Hopkinton 

Hudson 

Hyde Park 

Hyannisport 

Ipswich 

Lawrence 

Lawrence 

Lawrence (South) 

Lexington 

Lincoln 

LoweU 

LoweU 

Lynn 

lialdoi ' v.*. V/. V.'.V. V. V. V//. 
(Ltndeni ••••••••••••••• 

Manchester 

Mansfield 

Marblehead 

Marion 

Marlborough 

Mattapoisett 

Majrnard 

Medfield '.'.'/.'.*.'.*.*.V//.*.'/.*.* .' 

Medford 

Medway 

Melrose 

Methuen 

Middleborouffh 

Millis 

Milton 

(East) 

Nantucket 

Natick 

Needham Heights 

New Bedford (County and 
School Sts.) 

(County and Unden Sts.). 

County and RiTet Sts.).. 
Newhuryport 

Newton 

(Waban) 

(West) 

(Chestnut Hill) 

(Lower Falls) 

cNewtouTine) 

(Highlands) 

(Centre) 

North Andorer 



OHUBCHIS AMD 
COMMUNZCAHTS. 

St. Barnabas Memorial. 50. 

Messiah 55- 

St. Mark 32. 

St. Andrew 104. 

St. John 6s. 

St. John 114. 

St. John 267. 

St. John Chapel 59- 

St. Andrew iii. 

St. John Evangelist ...186. 

Trinity 414- 

St. John Evangelist ...i3S- 

St. Paul 50. 

St. Luke 63. 

Christ 450. 

St. Andrew 

Ascension 231. 

Grace 1,068. 

St. John 250. 

St. Augustine 406 . 

Our Redeemer 80 . 

St. Anne 47 • 

St. Anne i,-2oo. 

St. John 396. 

House of Prayer 65 . 

St. Stephen 921. 

The Incarnation 290 . 

St. Paul 629, 

St. Luke 211. 

Emmanuel 

St. John Evangelist ... 61. 

St. Michael 116. 

St. Gabriel 27. 

Holy Trinity 140 . 

St. Philip 

St. George 131. 

Suburban 49 < 

Advent 54 • 

Grace 280 . 

Christ 45 . 

Trinity 530. 

All Saints 191- 

Our Saviour 126. 

St. Paul 19. 

St. Michael 182. 

Our Saviour 120 . 

St. Paul 130. 

St. Paul 130. 

Christ 183. 

Grace 685. 

St. Andrew 196. 

St. James 687. 

St. Martin 749 • 

St. Paul 370- 

Grace 368 . 

Good Shepherd 104- 

Messiah 141 • 

Redeemer 216, 

St. Mary 190- 

St. John 305. 

St. Paul 244. 

Trinity 290 . 

St. Paul 284 . 



Henrv Herbert Smythe. 

(Jeorge Fisher. 

James Arthur Thompson. 

Reginald Pearce. 

Edwin Bradley Richards. 

Giiy Wilbur Miner. 
Joseph H, C. Cooper. 

(Endicott Peabody, D.D. 
•( Sherrard Billings. 
Marcus Hobson Carroll. 
Charles Witcombe Tyler. 
William Osborne Baker. 
George Francis Weld. 

William Henry Osmond. 
William Herbert Dewart. 



J Arthur Wheelock Moulton. 
(Harold Edward Ford. 
Henry Wood. 
Chas. Bertrand B. Bowser. 

Henry Crawford Cunning- 
ham. 
Albert St John (Hiambri 

D.D. 
James Bancroft 

I Ernest Joseph Dennen. 

(James Stuart NeUl. 
William Inglis Morse. 
William Edmund Dowty. 
Thomas James Crosby. 

Frank Melvin Rathbone. 
Welles Mortimer Partridge. 

William Henry Osmond. 

) Arthur Bradford Papineau. 

s 

Guy Wilbur Miner. 
Frank Ilsley Paradise. 
Guy Wilbur Miner. 
Paul Sterling. 
Gilbert Valentine Russell. 

Guy Wilbur Miner. 

\ Waters Dewees Roberts. 

Edward Lyman Eustis 
George Winthrop Sargent. 
Newton Black. 

{ Percy Gordon. 

( Oliver B. Purringtpn. 
Middleton Stuart Barnwell. 

( Ivan Charles Fortin. 

Francis B. Boyer. 
(Arthur Henry Wright 
(Rufus Emery, D.D. 

Laurens MacLure. D.D. 

James Clement Sharp. 

John Matteson. 

Lucian Waterman Rogers. 

Francis Bingham White. 

Richard Tuttlc Loring. 

Albert Neilson Slayton. 

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North Attteboronigli. 

North BiUaricii 

tNortb Scituate .... 

Norwood 

tpsterviUe 

Peabody 

Plyniouth 

Pottersville 

Qttincy 

(Wollaston) 

Revere ....; 

Rockport * . . . . 



Salem 



Sandwich 

Saugtta 

Sharon 

Somerville 

(East) 

(West) 

(Union Square) 
Southborougfa .... 



Southborough ... 
South Groveiand 
Stoneham ....... 

Stooghton 

Swampsoott 

Swansea 

Taunton 



Vineyard Haven (TIabury) 

Wakefield 

Walpole 

Waltham 



Wareham 

Watenown .... 

WcUesley 

West Newbury 
Weymouth .... 

Whitman 

Wollaston 

Winchester ... 

Winthrop 

Wobum 

Wrentham .... 



CHUKCHXS AMD COMMUMICAHTt 



Grace 280.. 

St. Anne 80.. 



70. 



Grace 

St. Peter 

St. Paul 27s. 

Christ 147. 

Our Saviour 20 . 

Christ ,...486. 

St. Chrysostom 3iS- 

St. Ann's Mission 258 . 

St. Mary 20. 

Grace 217- 

St. Peter 420. 

St. John 46. 

St. John 62. 

St. John 28. 

Emmanuel 392 . 

Christ 30. 

St. James 215. 

St. Thomas 370- 

St. Mark 114. 

St. Mark's School Cpl. 57- 

St. James 84. 

All Saints 40. 

Trinity 45 • 

The Holy Name 197 • 

Christ 119. 

St. John 297. 

St. Thomas 464 • 

Grace 71- 

Emmanuel 138. 

The Epiphany 44- 

Ascension 1 36 . 

Christ 353. 

Good Shepherd 68. 

Good Shepherd 1 55 • 

St. Andrew 184. 



Trinity 90. 

All Saints 53- 

St. (Chrysostom 

Epiphany 350 . 

St. John 341- 

Trinity 170. 

Trinity 42 - 



George Endicott Osgood. 
Albert St. J. CHiambri, D.D. 

Charles Hastings Brown. 
Joseph Cullen Ayer, Jr. 
Allen Greene. „ | 

Allen Jacobs. . 1 

John Wynne Jones. 
Richard Edmund Armstrong. 
Frederick Henry Steenstra. 
Henry Ernest Edenborg. 
Franklin Weston Bartlett, 

D.D. 
James Potter Franks. 
Henry Bedinger. 
James Powers Hawkes. 
Ernest Joseph Dennen. 
Frank Melvin Rathbone. 
Nathan Kendrick Bishop. 

Charles Lee Sleight 
Alexander H. Kennedy. 
( William G. Thayer, D.D. 
(Robert Francis Cheney.' 
William G. Thayer, D.D. 

Roy Winchell Magoun. 
William Grainger. 
Edward Tillotson. 
John Wynne Jones. 
Charles Reuben Bailey. 
Malcom Taylor. 
Arthur Leon Fenderson. 
Rufus Shackford Chase. 
James Arthur Thompson. 
Henry Martyn Saville. 
Francis Ellsworth Webster. 
James Powers Hawkes. 
Frederick Charles Williams. 
George Nattress. 
Glenn Tilley Morse. 
William Hyde. 

Frederick Henry Steenstfa. 

Charles William Henry. 
Roy Winchell Magoun. 



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NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Allen. Frederick BayUes, Supt. Cit> Mis- 
sion, The Diocesan House. Boston. 

Allen, Henry Freeman, Florence, Italy. 
Atkinson, Edward Ernest, Cambridge. . 
Ayer, Joseph Cnllen J., Prof., Divinity 

School. Philadelphia. ^ . ^t v 
Ballard, George G. W^ ch., Geneva, N. Y. 
Barker. Herbert W.,_Boston. 
Bevington. John A., Kinderhook, N. Y. 
Brooks, Frederick Manning, Watertown. 
Brown, Abbott, New York. . , ^, . , 
Cleveland, Edward H., Riverside Hospital, 

North Brother's Island, N. Y. 
Cole, Thomas L., Albany. 
Coolidge, James Ivers Trecothick, D.D., 

Rector Emeritus, Cambridge. 
Crichton, Arthur Boxer, West Haven, Ct. 



Crouch, Frank Monroe, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Danker, Albert, Maiden. 

DeCormis, Louis, D.D., Cambridge. 

Dinzey, Joseph, Hanover. 

Drown, Edward Staples, D.D. (prof.). 

Episcopal Theo. School, Cambridge. 
Duane, Charles William, St. David's, Pa. 
Duffield, Silas Brainard, Hingham. 
Eddy, William Best (c), New York. 
Ewing, Albert H., St. Stephen's School, 

Colorado Springs. 
Fisher, Thomas L., Leominster. 
Focke, Henry P., Marblehead. 
Foote, Henry L. 

Ford, Williston Merrick, Fitchburg. 
Gardner, William E., Cambridge. 



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George, Albert Eugene, WcUesley. 
Gibbs, George Crocker, Eastern Oklahoma. 
Gilmore, Aubrey C, Fall River. 
Goddard, Henry, Paris, France. 
Gushee, Edward M., D.D., Cambridge. 
Hatch, William Henry Fainc (p.>, O. T. S., 

New York. 
Haynes, Henry Harrison, Cambridge, Mass. 
Heald, Eugene DeF., Washington, D. C. 
Hilliard, Samuel Haven, Organizing bcc.. 

Church Temperance Society, Ihe Di- 

ocesan House, Boston. 
Holcombe, W. Breckenndge, Manorvillc, 

Long Island, N. Y. 
Hutchins, Charles Lewis, D.D., Concord. 
Kellner, Maximilian Lindsay, D.D., Frot., 

Episcopal Theol. School, Cambridge. 
Ketchum, Charles J., Boston. 
King, William Benjamin, Cambridge. 
Ludlow, Theodore Russell, in China. 
Manchester, Leander C, DjD., r. em., Wol- 

laston. 
McGuire, George Alexander, New York. 
Millard, Abel, Rock^ort. 
Miller, Dickinson Sergeant (pr.), Colum- 
bia University, New York. 
Mills, John Alvey, Chaplain, U. S. A., 

Fort Sam Houston, Texas. 
Nash, Henry Sylvester, D.D., Prof., Theo 

logical School, Cambridge. 
»Norton, George Edward, New York. 
Norwood, Percy Varney, New London, Ct. 



Packer, William S., Winchester. 

i'arker, Charles Pomeroy, Prof., Harvard 
University, Cambridge. 

Parker, Henry Amsworth, Cambridge. 

Pemher, Frederick, West Roxbury. 

Perkins, Harry W., Boston. 

Pine, George S., South Scituate, R. I. 

Kydcr, Hariand H., Rock. 

Shearman, Sumner Upham, D.D., r. em., 
Jamaica Plain. 

Shields, Albert B., Pasadena, Cal. 

Storrs, Leonard K., D.D. ,r. em., Brookline. 

Strong, George Augustus, L.H.D., v^aiu 
bridge. 

Suter, John W., Winchester. 

Thomas, Edward S., Fall River. 

Thompson, Ebenezer, Sarasota, Florida. 

Tovey, Albert Edward, Bombay, India. 

Tryon, James Libby, associate secretary 
Peace Soc, Waltham. 

Tyng, Walworth, in China. 

Walker, George, Reading. 

Walker, Robert, ch. Concord Reformatory. 

Ward, Langdon Lauriston, Boston. 

Washburn, Henry B., prof., Cambridge. 

Wells, Charles Luke, Marblehead. 

Wilkinson, Howard S., off. New Haven, Ct. 

Winslow, William Copley, D.D., LL.D.. 
D.C.L., L.H.D., Boston. 

Wood, Harmon Gaylord, Dorchester. 

Woods, James Haughton, asst. prof.. Har- 
vard University. Cambridge. 

Yeames, James, Arlington. 



DIOCESE OF MfCHIQAN. (A. D. 1832.) 

Limits — All that portion of the State of Michigan lying east of the eastern boundaries 
of Branch, Calhoun, Eaton, Ionia, Montcalm, Isabella, Clare, Missaukee, Kalkaska, 
Antrim, Charlevoix, and Etnmett counties, together with the island of Mackinac. 

Population (1900), 1,268,134. Area, 24,883 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rev. Charles David Williams, D.D.. Bishop. (iqo6.) Residence, 608 Wood- 
ward Ave., Detroit, Mich. Office, 44 Campau Building. 

Secretary of Convention. — The Rev. Stephen W. Frisbie, 419 Brooklyn Ave., Detroit, 

Asshtant Secretary. — Charles O. Ford, 44 Campau Bldg., Detroit. 

Registrar. — The Rev. Paul Ziegler, 14 Breckenridge St., Detroit. 

Treasurer of Diocese. — William T. D Graff, Detroit National Bank, Detroit. 

Chancellor. — James Cosslett Smith, Penobscot Bldg., Detroit. 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. William Gardam. Pres.; the Rev. W. F. Faber, 
D.D., the Rev. W. Warne Wilson, Sec; the Rev. William D. Maxon, D.D. Lay, 
Sidney T. Miller, William L. Clements, Charles S. Denison. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

After the cession by the French to the English, in 1769, services were held occasionally 
by Chaplains of the British garrisons at Detroit and Mackinac. There is evidence of 
a Chaplain officiating at a wedding in 1770. The Rev. Richard Pollard, a Missionary 
of the venerable Propagation Society at Sandwich, Canada, opposite Detroit, from 
1802 to 1823 held services on various occasions in Detroit. The first clergyman of 
the American Church in this territory was the Rev. Alanson Welton, of New York, 
who, after three months' service, died in the fall of 1821,. Under his successor, the 
Rev. Richard F. Cadle, St. Paul's Church was organia^d'^'lftd ^^v^iHl5^^i824. The 



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comer stone of the first church buildins was laid bv Bishop Hobart of New York on 
August 10, 1827, and consecrated by the same prelate on Sunday, August 24, 1828L 
The Primary Convention was held in St. Paul's Church, Detroit, September 10, i8ja. 
There were then six or^nized parishes and five clergymen in the territory. Bishop 
Chase was living in retirement at Gilead on the southern border of Michigan. The 
Diocese was admitted into union with the General Convention at its sessions in the 
City of New York in October, 1832. In 1833 the Diocese placed itself under the charge 
of the Rt. Rev. Dr. Mcllvaine. Bishop of Ohio, who made a visitation. In 1835 the 
Rev. Henry John Whitehouse. Rector of St. Luke's Church, Rochester, New York, was 
elected Bishop. Upon his declination, a special Convention was held in St. Paul's 
Church, Detroit, at which the House of Bishops was requested to act under Canon i» 
section 3, of the Canons of 1835, and elect and consecrate a Bishop for the Diocese. 
The Convention was unable to elect, as the Diocese had only five resident clergymen. 
The choice of the Diocese was the choice of the Bishops, and the Rev. Dr. Samuel 
Allen McCoskrey. Rector of St. Paul's Church, Philadelphia, was then elected. 

First Bishop. — Samuel Allen McCoskrey. Born, November 9, 1804. Consecrated, JuW 
7, 1836. Resigned in March, 1878. Deposed, September 3, 1878. Died. Aug. i, 188^ 

Second Bishop. — Samuel Smith Harris. Born, September 14, 1841. Consecrated, Sep- 
tember 17, 1879. Died, August 21, 1888. 

Third Bishop. — Thomas Frederick Davies. Born, August 31, 1831. Consecrated, Octo- 
ber 18, 1889., Died, November 11, 1905. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church Club of the Diocese of Michigan. — [Organized 1908.] Pres., Clarence A. Lightner» 
Penobscot Bldg., Detroit. 

Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent. — Miss Delia Warrener, 49 Martin PL, 
Detroit. 

Girls* Friendly Society in America. — (Twenty-four branches.) Pres., Miss F. W. Sibley» 
410 Jefferson Ave. Sec, Mrs. W. L. Torrance, 688 McDougall Ave., Detroit. Asso- 
ciate for Commended Members, Mrs. Andrew H. Green, Jr., Grosse Point Farms. 

St. Luke's Hospital, Church Home and Orphanage, Detroit. — Pres., Frederick E. Driggs. 
Treas., Lewis H. Paddock. Chaplain, the Rev. Warren L. Rogers. 

Hobart Guild of the University of Michigan, Harris Hall, Ann Arbor. — Visitors, the 
Bishops of Michigan and Western Michigan. Pres., the Rev. Henry Tatlock. 

IVoman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized April 22, i88o.l Annual meeting: the 
first Monday and Tuesday after the first Sunday in May. Pres., Mrs. Frederic B. 
Stevens, 69 Eliot St., Detroit. Sec. and Treas., Miss Emily S. Paddock, 453 Jeffer- 
son Ave., Detroit. 

Junior Auxiliary. — Pres., Miss Edith H. Maurice, 28 Van Dyke PL, Detroit. Treas., Miss 
Frances Frazee, 27 Harrison Ave., Detroit. 

Babies' Branch. — Directress. Miss Lillian F. Armstrong, 765 Brush St., Detroit. 



Diocesan Paper. — "The Michigan Churchman," 44 Campau Bldg., Detroit. 
Rev. W. Warne Wilson. 



Editor, the 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices .^ 

Organized Parishes and Missions . , 
Unorganized Missions and Stations 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



1910. 



80 


82 


''?i 


"98 

119 
26 


1,174 

935 

19.403 

883 

7,666 

$275,894 


1.233 
1,046 

7,832 
$255,757 



The 79th Annual Convention will meet in St. Paul's Church, Detroit, on Wednesday, 

May IS, 1912- 
THE CLERGY. 

The Btshop. 
Marquis, D.D. 
The Rev. John McCarrpll 



the Rev. Henry Tat- 
C. Kemp, the Rev. John 



Dean. — The Very Rev. Samuel S 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains. - . ^, 

lock, D.D., the Rev. William H. Bulkley, the Rev. Chester 
Mundav. the Rev. Amos Watkins, the Rev. C. H. L Channer. ^ 

Deans of 'Convocations. — T>etTo\t: the Rev. John McCarroll; Saginaw 
; Southern: the Rev. C. H. I. Chaner, D.D. 
Rev. John Mundav; Northern: the Rev. A. A. W. Hastings. 

General Missionary.— Tht Rev. William S. Sayres, D.D., DetroHigitized by VjH^l^;glC 



Valley: the 
Central: the 



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PAKXSHU AND MISSIONS. 



Adrian 

Algonac 

Alma 

Alpena 

Ann Arbor 

Att Sable 

Bad Axe 

Bay Otv 

(Soutfi) 

(West) 

B^leviile 

Birmingham 

Brighton 

Brooklyn 

Cambridge 

Caro 

Cheyboygan 

Clinton 

Coleman 

Corunna 

Croswell 

]>Barbom 

Deckerville 

Detroit (Livcrnois Ave. nr. 
Micmgan Ave.) * 

(Jefferson Ave. bet. Hast- 
ings and Rivard Sts.) . . 

(Cadillac Boulevard) .... 

(Highland Park) 

Woodbridge St.) 

(Mt. Elliot Ave.) 

(Cadillac and Harper Av.) 
(Cor. Putnam and 4th 

Aves.) ....; 

(Cor. Grand River Ave. 

and 14th St.) 

(Cor. 14th and Howard 

Ste.) 

(Cor. Woodward Ave. and 

High St.) 

(Woodward and Holbrook 

Sts.) 

(Summit St. n. Fort St.) 

(De!ray) 

(Comer Eliot & Bcaubien 

Sts.) 

(Cor. Elizabeth and An- 

toine Sts.) 

(Cor. Grand River Ave. 

and Hudson St.) 

(Cor. Woodward Ave. and 
Hancock St.) 

(Cor. Trumbull Ave. and 

Cniurch St.) 

(Cor. Gratiot and McDou- 

gall Aves.) 

(C^r. St. Aubin Ave. and 

Mullett St.) 

(Cor. Boulevard & Shady 

Lane) 

(Cor. Trumbull Ave. and 

Myrtle St) 



CHURCHSS AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 

Christ 195.. 

St. Andrew 92 . . 

St. John 58.. 

Trinity 430.. 

St. Andrew 982.. 

St. John 

St. Paul 

Trinity 308.. 

St. Barnabas 

Grace 198.. 

St. John 50.. 

Grace 

St. James 117 

St. Paul 

AU Saints ^^ . , 

St. Michael and All 

Angels . 7^ • . 

Trinity ,66.. 

St. James 203.. 

St. John 55.. 

St. Andrew 

St. Paul 

Christ 

Christ 69 . . 

St. Mary 

All Saints 40 . . 

Christ 7177. 

Epiphany 252 . . 

St. Alban 58.. 

Mariners 7 . . 

Messiah 705 . . 

Our Saviour 1 08 . . 

St. Andrew 545 . . 

St. Barnabas 124 . . 

St. George 1 56* . 

St. John 1,652. . 

St. Joseph 310.. 

St. Luke 25 . . 

St. Mark 142 . . 

St. Mary 214.. 

St. Matthew 300 . . 

St. Matthias 270 . . 

St. Paul 1,082.. 

St. Peter 414.. 

St. Philip 250.. 

St. Stephen 150.. 

St. Thomas 310.. 

Trinity 541.. 



C. H. I. Clianner, D.D. 

A. R. Mitchell. 
J. Frank Jackson. 
5 A. A. Warren Hastings. 
/William H. Bulkley. 
j Henry Tatlock, D.D. 
(William O. Raymond. 
General Mi^ionary. 
Chester C. Kemp. 
^Amos Watldns. 

1 Edward B. Jermin. 

General Missionary. 
Frank F. Kraft, 
(^neral Missionary. 



William H*. Gallagher. 
C. E. Bishop. 

General Missionary. 



Henry A. Stonex. 



Warren Lincoln Rogers. 
{William D. Maxon, D.D. 
)Chas. Leavenworth Ramsey 
George W- Locke. 
Otis Alexander Simpson. 
Paul Ziegle:. 
f Henry Hobart Barber. 
) Charles A. Gary. 
Henry W. Bull. 

Carl Hely Molony. 

Paul Ziegler. 

A. Kinney Hall. 
( Wm. Frederick Faber, D.D. 
(John Kittridge Coolidge. 

Paul Faude. 

Warren Lincoln Rogers. 

Henry Edward Ridley. 

John S. Carrie.* 

Robert Wellington BagnalL 

C William Arthur Atkinson. 
\ John McCarroll. 

I Herbert A. Daly. 

I Samuel S. Marquis, D.D. 
-j Simeon Arthur Huston. 

tJohn McC:arroll. 

Henry Clarkson Attwater. 
William Ladd Torrance. 
Charles L. Arnold. 

Warren Lincoln Rogers. 

rw. Warne Wilson. 
\ Stephen W. Frisbie. 

[Charles L. Arnojd. 



Digitized by VJ\^\^ V iC 



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rARZSHIS AMD MZaSinxi. 



Dexter .... 
Dryden .... 
Durand ... 
East Tawa« 
Fenton .... 
Flint 



Gagetown 

Gladwin 

Grass Lake 

Greenfield 

Grindstone Gty 
Grosae lie 



Hagensville . . . 

K^mburg 

HarrisviUe .... 

Henrietta 

Highland Park 
HiUman 



Hillsdale .... 

HoweU 

Hudson .... 

Ithaca 

Jackson 

Yonesville . . . 
Lansing .... 

Lapeer 

Lexington . . 
Long Kapids 



Mackinac Island 
Marine Otjr .... 

Meridian 

Midland 

Monroe 

Mt. Clemens .... 

Northville 

Onaway 

Otter Lake 

Qwoaso 

Pinconning 

Plymouth 

Point aux Pins . 
Pontiac ....«...< 

Port Austin 

Port Huron 



River Rouge ..., 

Rochester 

Romulus 

Royal Oak 

Saginaw , 

Saginaw (West) 
Saginaw (East) . 

Standifth 

St. Cl4ir 

St. Johns 

St. Louis 

Sandusky 

Stockbridge .... 
Tecumseh ...... 

Trenton 

Ubley 

Vassar 

Wayne 

West Branch . . . . 

Wyandotte 

Ypsilanti 



CHURCMBS AND COMMUNICANTS 

St. Tames 29 . 

St. John 19. 

St. John 68. 

Christ so . 

St. Jude 71. 

St. Paul 516. 

Christ 63 . 

Grace 38. 

St. Paul 32. 

St. Mary 13. 

St. Paul 127. 

St. Paul 10. 

St. James 54 . 

St. John 

Christ 40. 

St. Steohen 

St, Anarew 30. 

Christ 55. 

St. Alban 64. 

Calvary 24 . 

St. Peter 75. 

St. John 19. 

Trinity 60 « 

Christ 16. 

St. Paul 450. 

Grace 

St. Paul 400 . 

Grace 25. 

Good Shepherd 83 . 

Grace 39. 

Trinity 40 . 

St. Mark 63 . 

St. Katharine 

St. John 

Trinity 86. 

Grace i6i . 

Mission 11. 

Good Shepherd 32. 

St. John 27. 

Christ 222 . 



St. John 17. 

Transfiguration 

All Saints 272, 

St. John 28. 

Grace 411. 

St. Andrew 

St. Stephen 

St. Paul 127. 

Advent 21. 

St. Philip 23. 

St. Andrew 



Calvary iii. 

St. John 285 . 

St. Paul 242 . 

Grace 14, 

St. Paul 63. 

St. John 132. 

Emmanuel 33 . 

St. John 54 . 

Christ 

St. Peter 67 . 

St. Thomas 118. 

St. Albans 11. 

St. John II. 

St. John 13. 

Trinity 107. 

St. Stephen 215. 

St, Luke 472 . 



dxacT. 



John H. Eichbaum. 
William H. Gallagher. 
Lionel Cecil Difford. 
William H. Gallagher. 
Arthur Turner Reasoner. 
Wm. Dudley Powers, D.D. 
Joseph E. Ryerson. 
General Missionary. 
Edward B. Jermin. 
John H. Eichbaum. 

General Missionary. 
Arthur Herbert Locke. 
Wm. Howell Thomas, D.D. 
William H. Bulkley. 

William H. Bulklfty. 

Otis Alexander Simpson. 

\ A. A. Warren Hastings. 
, ) William H. Bulkley. 
\ William F. Jerome. 

General Missionary. 

William F. Jerome. 

William Henry Poole. 
William F. Jerome. 
Henry Jerome Simpson. 
William H. Gallagher. 
Benjamin James Baxter. 
(A. A. Warren Hastings. 
i William H. Bulkley. 
Percy G. H. Robinson. 
A. R. Mitchell. 
General Missionary. 

Charles O'Meara. 
W. E. A. Lewis. 
General Missionary. 
W^illiam H. Bulkley. 
William H. Gallagher. 
Abram James Holland. 
General Missionary. 
Henry A. Stonex. 
William H. Bulkley. 
Herbert H. H. Fox. 
General Missionary. 
} John Munday. 

F. S. De Vona. 
Henry Edward Ridley. 
Frank F. Kraft. 
General Missionary. 
Frank F. Kraft. 
Andrew F. Schultzberg. 
Emil Montanus. 
Thomas Edward Swan. 
Edward B. Jermin. 

Joseph Thomas Ewing. 

John A. Sullivan. 
General Missionary. 

Wm. Howell Thomas, D.D. 

General Missionary. 

William H. Gallagher. 

Henry A. Stonex. 

A. R. Mitchell. 

Wm. Howell Thomas, IXPLp 

William Gardam. ^5 



it'iS 



MICHIGAN CITY. 



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Bundy, George, Detroit. 

Charles, William, Detroit. 

Collins, Edward. Detroit. 

Daly, Herbert A^ Detroit. 

Darnell, Henry F., D.D., Phillipsburg, N. J 

Jocclyn, Louis P., Ann Arbor. 

Luke, Frederic^, Vpsilanti, Mich. 

MacKelcan, George F. A., Detroit. 



NON.PAROCHIAL. 

Nock, Albert Jay, New York. 

Parmelee, Edward W., Detroit. 

Peters, Gerrit E.. Detroit. 

Vernor, George, Davenport, la. 

Wood, Chester, New York. 

Woodruff, Montsoniery Schuyler, Beaton 

Harbor, Mich. 
Wise, Daniel Wellesley, Chicago. 



DIOCESE OF MICHIGAN CITY. (A. D. 1898.) 

Limits. — Alt the counties in the State of Indiana north of the eouthem limits of the 
counties of Benton, White, Carroll, Howard, Grant, Blackford, and Jay. 
Population (1900), 839,835. Area, 12,784 sq. m. 

Tub Rt. Rev. John Hazbn Whztb, D.D., Bishop. (1895.) Residence, Michigan City, 
Ind. 

Secretary.^-The Rev. Marshall M. Day, Indiana Harbour. 

Treasurer. — George Trusdale Vail. 

Registrar. — The Rev. Walter Stephen Trowbridge. 

Chancellor. — Perry L. Turner, Elkhart. 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. John Heyward McKenzie, D.D., Pres.; the Rev. 
C. A. Smith, Sec; the Rev. Edward W. Averill, the Rev. Walter S. Howard, the 
Rev. Walter S. Trowbridge. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

A Memorial from the Diocese of Indiana was presented to both Houses of the General 
Convention at its sessions in the city of Washington in October, 1898, praying for the 
erection of a new Diocese within its limits, and also for the erection of a speci6ed 
portion of the territory as a Missionary District. Consent was gfiven to the division 
of the Diocese but refused for a Missionary District on October 14, 1898. The Pri- 
mary Convention of .the new Diocese was neld in Trinity Cathedral, Michigan City, 
on April 25 and 26, 1899. The Bishop of Indiana, in the exercise of his canonical 
right, announced that he elected to be Bishop of the new See. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Mrs. A. W. Leedy, Manon, Ind. 
Girls' Friendly Society. — Sec, Miss Maud A. Gaskins, 626 W. Creighton ave.. Fort 

Wayne, Ind. 
Howe School, Howe. — Rector, the Rev. John Heyward McKenzie, D.D. 
Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized 1889.] Pres., Mrs. Irving Todd, 

Howe. Cor. Sec, Mrs. F. J. Boedefeld, Elkhart, Ind. 
Junior Auxiliary. — Pres., Miss Clara Edgarton, Wayne. 



statistici. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions . 
Unorganized Missions and Stations 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 




2,712 

218 

1,495 

$48,646 



The 13th Annual Convention will meet in November, 191 1, at such place as the 
Bishop may appoint. 

THE CLERGY. 
TRINITY CATHEDRAL (com. 157), MICHIGAN CITY. 
Thb Bishop. 
Dean and Rector. — ^The Very Rev. Walter Stephen Trowbridge. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — The Rev. John Heyward McKenzie, the Rev. Marshall M. 
Day. the Rev. John Addams Linn, the Rev. Walter S|i^f?j5b(R^H^^\^V IC 



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2-d9 



PAKISHB8 AND MISSIONS. 



Bristok 

Columbia City 



Delphi 

East Chicago 
Elkhart ... 
Fort Wayne , 

Oarretl 

Gary 

Gas City ... 

Goshen 

La Grange . . 
Hammond . . 
Huntington . 



Howe 



Indiana Harbor 
Kendallvihe ... 



Kokomo . . . . 

Laporte 

Logansport . 

Marion 

Mishawaka . 
New Carlisle 

Peru 

Plymouth . . . 
Rochester . . . 
2>outh Bend . 
Valparaiso . . 
Warsaw . . . , . 
Wawasee . . . . 

Whiting 

Scattered . . . 



CHUECHBl AMD 
COMMUNICANTS. 



St. John 33- 

17. 



St. Mary 33- 

Good Shepherd 

St. John 164. 

Trinity 4S6. 

Emmanuel 20 . 

Christ 99 • 

St. Paul 50. 

St. James • 117. 

St. Tohn 

St. Paul 142,- 

Christ 20. 

St. Mark 58. 

St. James Chapel 120. 

St. Alban 



St. Paul 

St. Andrew tt . 

St. Paul 96. 

Trinity 144. 

Gethsemane 08 . 

St. Paul 81 . 

St. Mary 

Trinity 135. 

St. Thomas 200 . 

St. Paul 

St. James 208. 

St. Andrew 46. 

St. Andrew 

All Saints 

St. Luke 

115. 



Henry S. Streeter. 
Edward Wilson Averill. 



Charles Albert Smith. 
Llewellvn Burton Hastings. 
Edward Wilson Averill.\ 
Herbert Albert Wilson. 
Lindus Cody Marsh. 
Howard Russell White. 
Edward L. Roland. 

Charles Albert Smith. 

f John H. McKenzie, D.D. 

John Addams Linn. 
Francis M. Banfil. 

, Irving Todd. 
Marshall Mallory Day. 
Herbert Albert Wilson. 

Henry Lodge. 
Daniel Le Baron Goodwin. 
Louis Thibou Scofield. 
Howard Russell White. 
Lewis Curtis Rogers. 

John Matthias Hamilton. 
Benjamin F. P. Ivins. 

Walter Simon Howard. 



The Bishop. 



Applegate, L. W., Gary. 
Baker, Merritt A., Rochester. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 

I Martin, Ernest Douglas, Indianapolis, 
j Marvin, Hobart Louis, Mapleton, Iowa. 



DIOCESE OF MILWAUKEE. (A. D. 1847.) 

Limits. — All that portion of the State of Wisconsin lying south and west of the counties 
of Sheboygan, Fond du Lac, Green Lake, Marquette, Adams, Wood, and Clark, and 
west of Range 4 west, continued to the northern boundary of the State, excluding that 
part of Dodge County which is or may be included in the city of Waupun. 
Population (igo.";), 1,423,150. Area, 26,924 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rev. William Walter Webb, D.D., Bishop. (1966.) Residence, 222 Juneau 
Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Secretary. — The Rev. Clement Blake Bergin Wright, D.D., 7 Cary Building, Milwaukee. 

Treasurer. — Charles P. Jones, 704 Marshall St., Milwaukee. 

Registrar. — The Rev. George Frederick Burroughs, 723 34th St., Milwaukee. 

Chancellor. — Hon. Lawrence W. Halsey, Milwaukee. 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. James Slidell, Pres.; the Rev. Howard B. St. 

George, the Rev. William F. Shero, the Rev. Frederick Edwards. Lay, George E. 

Copeland, Sec; the Hon. Frank H. Putney, Edward A. Wadhams, H. N. Laflin. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

(See Fond du Lac.) 

In 1 84 1, the Rev. John Henry Hobart, the Rev. William Adams, and the Rev. James 
Lloyd Breck, offered themselves for mission work in Wisconsin, under Bishop Kem- 
per. Thev made Prairieville, now Waukesha, their missionary centre, and founded 
the Church of St. John in the Wilderness. Out of this mission grew Nashotah House 
and Racine College. On St. John Baptist Day, June 24, 1847, the Primary Conven- 
tion met in St. Paul's Church, Milwaukee. Among the lay delegate^ «iijr attendance 



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MILWAUKEE. 



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were Norwegians and Oneida Indians. Bishop Kemper was elected as Diocesan. 
At the Convention held in June, t966, the Itev. Dr. William Edmond Armitase^ Rec- 
tor of 3t« John's Church, Detroit, Michigan, was elected Assistant Bishop. Upon 
the death of Bishop Kemper on May 24, 18^0, he became the Diocesan. A 
Memorial was presented to the House of Deputies at the sessions of the General 
Convtntion in the city of Chicago, Illinois, October, 1886, from the Diocese of Wis- 
consin, praying for permission to change its name to Milwaukee. On October 16 tbe 
t^zycT was unanimously granted. 

First Btshop.— J ACKSon Kempbe. Bom, December 34, 1789. Consecrated, September »$• 
185S/ ss Missionary Bishop for Missouri and Indiana. Translated U> Wisconsin, 1854. 
Died, May 24* 1870. 

Second Bishop. — ^William Edmond Armitacb. Born, September 6, 1830. Consecrated, 
December 6, x866. Died, December 7, 1873. 

Third Btshop. — Edward Randolph Wblles. Born, January 10, 1830. Consecrated, Octo- 
ber 24, 1874. Died, October 20, 1888. 

Fourth Btshop, — Cyrus Frederic Knight. Bom, March 28, 183 1. Consecrated, March 
26, 1889. Died, June 8, 1891. ' 

Fifth Bishop, — Isaac Lea Nicholson. Boru, January 18, 1844. Consecrated, October zS, 
1 89 1. Died, October 29, z^o6. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church League of the Baptiged. — Diocesan Sec, Miss Clara M. Copeland, 1827 Grand Ave., 
Milwaukee. 

Girls' Friendly Society. — Sec, Sister Mary Elizabeth, S. H. N., 228 Juneau Ave., Mil- 
waukee. 

Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Miss M. O. Allen, 719 Cass St., Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 

Kemper Hall, Kenosha. — [Founded 1870.] A boarding school for young ladies. Chaplain, 
Rev. Frederick Lee Maryon. Fres., the Bishop. Sec, and Treas., Dr. S. A. Penn- 
oyer, Kenosha. The Sisters of St. Mary in charge. 

Nashotah House, Theological Seminary, — [Incor. 1847J (See Educational Institutions.) 

Racine College, Grammar School, Racine. — [Founded 1859.] (See Educational Institutions.) 

St, John's Home, Milwaukee, for Aged and Infirm Women of the CAarc/i.~[ Incor. i86«.J 
Treas., Miss M. L. Hinsdale, 309 Farwell Ave., Milwaukee. Chaplain, the Ven. C. I-- 
Mallory. ^ _ 

at. John's Military Academy. Delafieid.— [Incor. 1889.] Pres., the Rev. &ianey Thomas 
Smythe, D.D. Sec, E. E. Smythe. Treas., Jackson B. Kemper. 

St. Luke's Hospital, Racine. — [Organized 1876.] Physician in CharRC. J. G. MeachenL. 
M.D. Chaplain, the Rev. Arthur Piper, D.D. 

Taylor Orphan Asylum, Racine. — Chaplain, the Rev. Charles A. Capwell. 

The Armhage Dioccesan Ltfrrar3>.— [Founded 1874.] Bosworth Hall, Milwaukee. The 
Rev. Clemetit Blake Bersrin Wright, Librarian. 

The St. Mary's Home for Children, Kenosha.— [FoMtideA 1896.] Under the charge of the 
Sisters of St. Mary. Chaplain, the Rev. Frederick L. Maryon. ^ ^ , 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch.— [Organized 1876.] Cor. Sec, Mrs. G. C. Murphy, 
309 Oakland Ave., Milwaukee. ,,»,.,, 

Junior Department.— Sec, Miss Elizabeth L. Burdick, xois Sycamore St., Milwaukee. 



Diocesan Paper. — "The Church Times,*' 7 Cary Building, Milwaukee. 
Managing Editor, the Rev. Clement Blake Bergin Wright, D.D. 



[Established 1890.] 



STATISTICS. 



Qergy 

Prietts Ordained 

Church Edifices • 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

Unorganized Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed • 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions .,* 




The 66th Annual Council will meet at the Cathedral, Milwaukee, 

September 17-18, 1912. r\n\o 

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THE CLERGY. 

ALL SAINTS' CATHEDRAL {com. 493), MILWAUKEE. 

(Juneau Ave. and Manhall St) 

Founded 1873. Incorporated 1894* 

Thx Biihop. 

Dean. — The Very Rev. Selden Peabody Delany. 

R€s, Canon and Chancellor. — The Rev. Clement Blake Bergin Wright 

Assistants.— 1\xe Rev. T. Stearns, the Rev. John M. S. McDonald. 

Hon. Canoiw.— The Rev. Theodore Myers Riley, D.D.,'» the Rev. Howard Baldwin St 
George, the Rev. Herbert Cushing Tolman. D.D.. the Ven. Charles Lewis Mallory. 

Archdeacons. — ^Milwaukee: the Ven. Charles L. Mallory. Madison: the Yen. Walter 
Gardner Blossom. La Crosse: the Ven. Henry Edward Chase. 

Rural Deans. — Milwaukee: the Rev. James Slidell. Madison: the Rev. March Chase. 
La Crosse: the Rev. Philip H. Ljnley. 

Diocesan Examining Chaplains. — The Rev. Howard Baldwin St George, the Rev. Addison 
A. Ewing, the Rev. Philip Henry Linley, the Very Rev. S. P. Delany, the Ven. H. 
£. Chase. 



rAKUHBl AND MUtlOHt. 



Altoona 

Ashippun (Alderley) ... 

Bantboo 

Barron 

Beaver Dam 

Beloit 

Black lUver Falls 

Brodhead 

Burlington . . . . , 

Chippewa Falla 

Clear Lake 

Columbus 

CbrUss 

Cumberland 

Darlington 

Delafieiq 

(St John'a MUitary 

Academy) 

Delavan 

Delton 

Downini 
Ean 



C£3re 



Elkhora 

Ellsworth .... 
Evansville ... 

Faircliild 

Fort Atkinson 



Pox Lake 

(jenoa Junction 

H artim d 

Hay ward 

nooson 

JanesvOle 



Jefferson ■...••.. 

Kenosha 

(Kemper Hall) 



CHVICHIS AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



St Luke 29. 

St Paul 85. 

Trinity 164. 

St Mark 15. 

St. Mark 37 . 

St Paul 351- 

St. Alban 10. 

St. Martin 15 . 

St. John the Divine... 75. 

Christ 156. 

St. Barnabas 37. 

St Paul 46. 

St Paul 24. 

All Souls 17. 

Kemper Memorial .... 32. 
St. John Chrysostom.. 85. 

St John the Divine. .. no. 

Christ 167. 

Holy Cross 30. 

Epiphany 6 . 

Christ 329. 

St Edward 12. 

St. Tohn Baptist 99 . 

St John 37. 

St John 35. 

St David 13- 

St Peter 19. 

Christ 30. 

Holy Cross 13 . 

Grace 112. 

Ascension 49 . , 

St Paul 88. 

Christ 150. 

Trinity 1 79 ■ . 

St. Mary 49 . . 

St Matthew 440 . . 

St. Mary 62. . 



Rector of Eau Claire. 
Served from Nashotah. 
Dark Anderson Wilson. 
Archdeacon of La Crosse. 
Served from Waupun. 
Evan John Evans. 
Rector of Eau Claire. 
Rec'r of Trinity, Janesville. 
Adn. of Milwaukee. 
George Hirst 

Archdeacon of La Crosse. 
Served from Nashotah. 
Curate St. Stephen's, Racine 
Archdeacon of La Crosse. 
Curate of Platteville. 
Elton Carlos Healy. ^^ 
(Sidney Thos. Smythe;*D.D. 
(Howard La Field. 
Mark H. Milne. 
Curate of Mauston. 
Archdeacon of La Crosse. 
) Philip Henry Linley. 
jR. G. Kirkbride. 
F. P. O. Reed. 
Rector of Hudson. 
Archdeacon of Madison. 
William Frederick Hood, Jr. 
Curate of Jefferson. 

Archdeacon of Milwaukee. 
Herbert Chessall Bossier. 
W. E. Spencer. 
Archdeacon of La Crosse 
Clyde Balch Blakeslee. 
John McKinney. 
Henry WiUmann. 
Edgar Thomson Pancoast 
Frederick Ingley. 
Fiederick Lee Maryon. 



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Kilbourn . . . 
ba Crosse . . . 
(North) . . 
Lady smith . . . 
Lake Geneva 
Lancaster . . . 
Madison .... 



Mauston 

Mazomanie 

Melville 

Menomonee Falls 

Menomonie 

Merrillan 

Milwaukee: 

(i8th and Wright Sts.)... 

U3d and Lloyd Sts.) 

(Richard St., bet. Lee and 
Wright Sts.) 

(^ Grand Ave., nr. 8th St.) 

(Hanover and Pierce Sts.) 
(Cass near Juneau Ave.). . 
(Russell & Clement Aves.) 
(Hackett Ave. and Belle- 
view PI.) 

(Industrial School) 

(Knapp & Marshall Sts.) 

(Third Ward, Huron St.) 
(27th Street) 

Mineral Point 

Monroe 

Nashotah (Nashotah Semi- 
nary) 

New Richmond 

North Lake 

North Milwaukee 

Oconomowoc 

Okauchee 

Onalask« 

Osseo 

Palmyra 

Pewaukee 

Pine Lake 

Platteville 

Portage 

Prairie du Chien 

Prescott 

Racine 



CHUKCHESAND COMMUNICANTS 



(Racine College) 



(Taylor Orphan Asylum) 

Reedsburg 

Rice Lake 

Richland Centre 

River Falls 

Sharon 

Shell Lake 

South Milwaukee 

Sparta 

Spooner 

Springforook 

Springfield 

St. Croix Falls 

Star Prairie 



St. Paul 10. 

Christ 360. 

St. Peter 15- 

St. Mary 10. 

Holy Communion 147 . 

Emmanuel 107 . 

Grace 635. 

St. John 54- 

St. Luke 2Z. 

St. Simeon 46 • 

St. Clement 21. 

Grace 81 . 

Sf. Mich. & All Angels. 10. 

Christ 43 • 

St. Andrew 260. 

St. Edmund 80. 

St. James 648. 

St. John 310- 

St. John's Home 22. 

St. Luke 107. 

St. Mark 3i5- 

St. Genevieve 29 . 

St. Paul 112. 

St. Paul Mis'n House. 160. 

St, Stephen i95- 

Trinity 160. 

Holy Trinity n- 

St. Mary the Virgin... 25. 

St. Thomas 3 • 

St. Peter 9- 

The Nativity 10. 

Zion 352. 

St. Chad 25. 

St. Paul 15- 

St. Elizabeth 10. 

St. John the Divine .. 12. 

St. feartholomew 2T . 

Holy Innocents 60. 

Trinity 57- 

St. John 157- 

Holy Trinity 26. 

Calvary 35- 

Holy Innocents 183 . 

Immanuel 160. 



St. John 



9.. 



St. Luke 368 

St. Stephen 74 

Holy Angels 20 

St. Philip 8 

Grace 5© 

St. Barnabas 18 

Trinity 46 

St. Mary U 

St. Stephen 44 

St. Mark 84 

St. John 67 

St. Alban 25 

St. Luke 12 

St. John 15 

St. Croix 16 

St. John Baptist 56 



Henry Adams Link. 

Archdeacon of La Crosse, 
lierbert Chessall Boissicr. 

5 Addison Alvord Ewing. 
\ M. G. Angus. 
Henry Adams Link. 
Archdeacon of Madison. 
Ge<irge Hirst. 
Served from Sussex. 
E. E. Williams. 
Served from Fairchild. 

Rector of St. Edmund's. 
Geo. Frederick Burrougfhs> 

Randall Haskifts M. Baker. 
\ Frederick Edwards. 
\ Allen Carrlngton Prescott. 
James Slidell. 

Archdeacon of Milwaukee- 
William Henry Stone. 

George Hcathcote Hills. 
George William Schroeder. 

( Holmes Whitmore. 

JR. M. Hogarth, 
(jeorge W^illiam Schroeder. 

March Chasr 
Archdeacon of Madison. 

Edw'd Allan Larrabee, D.I> 
Archdeacon of La Crosse. 
Served from Sussex. 
Archdeacon of Milwaukee^ 
John White. 
Served from Nashotah. 
Served from La Crosse. 
Served from Fairchild. 
Rudolph Frederick Keicher- 
Served from Hartland. 
Served from Nashotah. 
Addison M. Sherman. 
William Frederick PhtlKpSw 
Served from Lancaster. 
Served from Hudson. 
Charles A. Capwell. 
Frederick Lee Maryon. 
f William Francis Shero. 
J Arthur Piper, D.D. 
1 Linn Warren McMillin^ 
(a. p. Kelley. 
Frederick Spies Pen fold- 
Robert Clayton Hindley. 
Charles Albert Capwell. 
Clark Anderson Wilson. 
Archdeacon of La Cro88». 
Archdeacon of Madison. 
Served from Hudson. 
George F. Brigham. 
Archdeacon of La Crosse- 
Alfred Wilkinson BclL 
Henry Adams Link. 
Archdeacon of La Crosse. 
Henry Edw. Chase. 
Herbert Chessall Boissier. 
Archdeacon of La Crosse. 
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PAMXAHXS AMD MISUOWS. 



Stoughton . . . . 
Suxnmit Centre 
Superior 

Sussex 

Tomah 

Turtle L^ke .. 

Waterloo 

Watertown . . . 
\V atervtUe . . . . 
Waukesha .... 
Wauwatosa . . . 
West Allis ... 
West Bend . . . 
Whitewater ... 



CUUBCHBS AMD 
^MMUNICANTS. 



St. Stephen 20 . 

St. Mich. & All Angels. 15. 

St. Aidan 16. 

St. Alban >664. 

Redeemer 112. 

St. Alban 122. 

St. Mary 81. 

St. Philip 24. 

St. Stephen 41 . 

St. Paul 166. 

St. Mary 55. 

St. Matthias 227 . 

Trinity 102. 

St. Peter 60. 

St. James 16. 

St. Luke 160. 



Archdeacon of Madison. 
R. of Oconomowoc. 
Hans Julius Wolner. 
Merton W. Ross. 
H. J. Wolner. 
Served from Nashotah. 
James Wessell Smith. 
Archdeacon of La Crosse. 
Archdeacon of Madison. 
Robert Mark Laurenson. 
Elton Carlos Healy. 
Frederick Dunton Butler. 
Carlos Eugene Jones. 

Frederick Lee Maryon. 
Rudolph Frederick Keicher. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Bennett, Alden Lewis, Montclair, N. J. 

Benson, William J. H., Milwaukee. 

Bert, B. S., Carlisle, Pa. 

Blosson, Walter G., Archdeacon of Madi- 
son 

Dixon, J. J.,, student, Nashotah. 

Dodd, Isaac Neal, New York. 

Linley, C. H., Montana. 

Gehr, Franci| Lyett, St. Maries, Idaho. 

Gould, Francis Allen, Livonia Centre, N. Y. 

Jetter, John C. 

Kessler, H. R. H., Stoughton, Wis. 

Kirk, W. Chester, editor, Milwaukee. 

LeFevrc, Henri B. B., off. New York, N. Y. 

La Field, Howard, Instructor, Delafield, 
Wis. 

Lascelle, G. T., student, Nashotah. 

Lees, James C, Evansville, Wis. 

Lester, Charles Stanley, Washington, D. C. 



Moller, C. N., New York. 

Peabody, Charles W., Dorchester, Mass. 

Reynolds, W. T., student, Nashotah. 

Rhodes, L. Dexter, student, Nashotah. 

Rice, Charles Edgard, Seattle, Wash.^ 

Rose, Lawrence A. S., R. Albion, Mich. 

Salinger, Johannes J., Marion, Wis. 

S Helton, George, Curate, Oneida, Wis. 

Small, James Louis, Wauwatosa. 

St. George, H. B., prof., Nashotah. 

Terry, M. R., Seattle, Wash. 

Todd, G. S., S.S.J.E., Boston, Mass. 

Todrig, A. F., Palos Park, 111. 

Tolman, Herbert Gushing, D.D., Professor, 

Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. 
Turner, Charles W.. New York. 
Van Deusen, H. H., Milwaukee. 
Whitall, Edwin C, O. H. C, West Park, 

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DIOCESE OF MINNESOTA. (A. D. 1857.) 

Limits.— i4// that part of the State of Minnesota which lies south of the southern Ume oi 
the counties of Big Stone, Stevens, Pope, Steams, Benton, Miile Lues, Ken^hee, mud 
Pine. 

Population (1900), 1,239,174. Arem, mS*7 tQ* m* 

The Rt. Rev. Samuel Cook Edsaix, D.D., Bishop. (Jan. 25, x899-Oct 3, 1901.) Resi- 
dence, 2642 Portland Ave., Minneapolis. 

Secretary of Council. — ^The Rev. Andrew D. Stowe, 905 Fourth Ave., So., Minneapolis. 

Assistant Secretary. — The Rev. George T. Lawton. 

Treasurer of Council. — Charles W. Farwell, Minneapolis. 

Registrar of Diocese. — ^The Rev. George C. Tanner, D.D., Faribault. 

Chancellor. — William H. Ligfatner, 318 Summit Ave., St. Paul. 

Bishop's Secretary. — The Rev. W. G. Studwell, Minneapolis. 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. George H. Mueller, Pres.; the Rev. William P. 
Ten Broeck, D.D., the Rev. Irving P. tohnson, the Rev. A. G. Pinkham. Lay, Vic- 
tor M. Watkins, W. G. Whitehead, James A. Peterson, Sec, 2727 Chicago Ave., 
Minneapolis; C. B. Ljron. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The earliest services were by the Rev. Ezekiel G. Gean Chaplain at Fort Snelling, now 
Minneapolis, in 1839. The Associate Mission at St. Paul, under the Rev. Drs. J. 
Lloyd Breck, Timothy Wilcoxson and John Austen Merrick. Missions were estab- 
lished on June 24, 1850. A Mission for the Indians was established at Gull Lake in 
1852, under the Rev. Solon W. Manney. The Primary Convention was held at Christ 
Church, St. Paul, September 16, 1857, Bishop Kemper presiding, and the Rt. RcjT. 
Dr. Anderson of Rupertsland preacher. There were present thirteen clergymen and 
eleven delegates from seven parishes. The Diocese was. duly organized, and placed 
under the charge of Bishop Kemper. At the Convention, held in St. Paul's Church, St. 
Paul, June 29, 30, and July i, 1859, the Rev. Benjamin Henry Whipple, Rector of 
the Church of the Holy Communion, Chicago, Illinois, was elected Bishop. The Dio- 
cese was admitted into union with the General Convention at its sessions in Richmond, 
Virginia, October, 1859. 

First Bishop. — Henry Benjamin Whipple. Born, February 15, 1822. Consecrated, 
October 13, 1859. Died, September 16, 1901. 

First Bishop Coadjutor. — Mahlon Norris Gilbert. Born, March 23, 1848. Consecrated, 
October 17, 1886. Died, March 2, 1900. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Brotherhood of St. Andrew. — A. A. McKechnie, National Council member, 647 Holly Ave., 

St. Paul. 
Church Club of the Diocese of Minnesota. — [Organized 1891.] fres., Alexander A. 

McKechnie, St. Paul. Sec, R. E. Van Kifk, 304 The Brokerage, St. Paul. Treas., 

W. R. Christian, 410 1 Sheridan Ave., Minneapolis. 
Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspdndent, Mrs. C. C. Rollit, 4400 Washburn Ave., 

Minneapolis. 
Daughters of the King. — Diocesan Sec, Miss Emma Chamberlain, no Hawthorne Ave., 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Lay Readers' League. — Pres., George O. Eddy, i6ii Second Ave., S,, Minneapolis. Sec, 

W. H. Thomas, Minneapolis. Treas., C. W. Farwell, Minneapolis. 
"Managers of the Aged and Infirm Clergy Fund." — Sec, the Rev. C. Edgai^ Haupt, 2647 

Lake of the Isles Boulevard, Minneapolis. 
Minneapolis Church Extension Society. — Sec, G. W. Strong, 848 Security Bank Bldg., 

Minneapolis. 
St. Barnabas' Hospital, Minneapolis. — Sec, L. R. Robertson. Treas., M. C Williams. 

Supt. and Matron, Miss Harriet S. Horty. Chaplain, the Rev. Charles Edgar Haupt 
St. Luke's Hospital, St. Paul. — Sec, Edward Kopper. Treas., R. B. Whitacre. Chaplain, 

the Rev. Frank C. Armstrong. Supt., Miss A. H. Patterson. 
5"*. Mary's Hall, Faribault. — Pres. and Rector, the Bishop. Chaplain, the Rev. EUmer E. 

Lofstrom. Principal, Miss Caroline W. Eells. 
St. Paul Church Extension Society. — Sec, Mr. George Bell, 311 Somerset St., St. PauL 
Seabury Divinity School. — (See Educational Institutions.) 
Shattuck School.— Rector, the Rev. James Dobbin, D.D. Treas., Stephen Jewett, Faribault. 

Commandant, Lieut. C. F. Cox, U. S. A. Head Master, J. H. H. Lyon. Chapknn, 

the Rev. Lewis R. Levering. 

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TH& Church Home of Minnesota, 587 Fuller AvenUe, St. Paul.—Pres., the Rev. A. G. 
Pinkham. Chaplain, the Rev. Sydney Smith. Sec. and Treas., W. H. Yardlcy, St. 
Paul. 

"The T. B. Wills Memorial House" Eleventh St. and Western Ave., Minneapolis. — A 
Church Settlement House. Pres., M. McI. Merton, M.D. Rector, the Rev. James E. 
Freeman. 

"The Sheltering Arms," 43d 5"*. and Riverside Boul'd, Minneapolis. — ^A home for Orphan 
and half-orphan children. [Incor. 1883.] Pres., Mrs. George A. McDougall, 1897 
Dayton Ave., St. Paul. . Treas., Mrs. J. F. Ells, 2035 James Ave., N., Minneapolis. 
Cor. Sec, Mrs. A. C. Story, 2615 Dupont Ave., N., Minneapolis. 

The University House of the Episcopal Church, 703 Fourth St,, S. E., Minneapolis. — 
[Incorporated 1909.] Chaplain and Sec, the Rev. Stanley S. Kilbourne. 

Iranian's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized June, 1882.] Annual meeting: in 
September or October; 8enii-annual» an atternoon during Diocesan Convention, in 
May. Cor. Sec, Mrs. J. M. Smith, 732 East 4th St., St. Paul. 

Junior Deportment.— Pres., Miss Kathrene S. Sleppy, 27 Crocus PI., St. Paul. 



IJiocesan Paper.— '*The Minnesota Church Record." Editor-in-Chief, the Bishop. Man- 
aging Editor, the Rev. Alfred Reed Hill, 1928 Portland Ave., Minneapolis. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edihces 

Organized Parishes and Missions . 
Unorganized Missions and Stations 

iiaptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Parish School Teachers 

Parish School Scholars 

Industrial School Teachers 

Industrial School Scholars 

Contributions 



1910. 



1911. 



98 


97 


I 


6 


130 


130 


97 


96 


42 


38 


905 


1,076 


790 


974 


14,780 


15,216 


794 


751 


6,322 


5.980 


2 


5 




50 


34 


43 


320 


327 


$192,922 


$236,365 



The 55th Annual Council will meet May 22, 19 12, in Minneapolis. 



THE CLERGY. 

CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF OUR MERCIFUL SAVIOUR (com 596), FARIBAULT. 

Thb Bishop. 

Dean.- -The Very Rev. Frank Arthur McElwain. 

Canons. — The Rev. James Dobbins, D.D., the Rev. George C. Tanner, D.D., the Rev. 
Charles A. Poole, D.D., the Rev. W. P. Ten Broeck, D.D., the Rev. Edmund B. 
Young, the Rev. E. E. Lofstrom, the Rev. Lewis R. Levering, the Rev. F. L. Palmer. 

Deans of Deaneries. — Minneapolis: the Rev. James E. Freeman; St. Paul: the Rev. Fred- 
erick G. Budlong; Wilmar: the Rev. Horatio Gates; Mankato: the Rev. William 
H. Knowlton; Winona: the Rev. Charles H. Plummer, D.D.; Faribault: lue Rev. 
George H. Mueller. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — The Rev. William C. Pope, the Rev. George C. Tanner, 
D.D., the Rev. Francis Leseure Palmer, the Rev. John V. Alfvegren, the Rev. E. E. 
Lofstrom, the Rev. F. A. McElwain, the Rev. Henry de Wolf de Mauriac. 

General Missionary to the Swedes. — The Rev. John V. Alfvegren, 312 1 Clinton Ave., 
Minneapolis. ^ t 

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PARISHES AND MIMIONS. 



Albert JLca 

Anoka 

Appleton 

Austin 

Baldwin 

ilaatiwood Grove 

Becker 

Belle Creek 

Belle Plaine 

Benson 

Birch Coulee 

Blue £arth aty 

Braham 

Brownsville 

Brownton 

Caledonia 

cannon Falls 

Chatfield 

Cokato 

Cordova 

Connna (P. O. New Paynes- 

viUe) 

Dakota 

Delano 

Dresbach 

Dodge Centre 

Dundas 

hlk Kiver 

Elysian 

Lxcelsior 

Fairmont 

Faribault (Shattuck School) 



Farmington 

Fridley Park . . . . 

Frontenac 

Glencoe 

Good Thunder . . 
Goose Creek .... 
Granite Falls . . . . 

Hasson 

'Hastings 

Henderson 

Hutchinson 

Jackson 

Tanesville 

Kasson 

Kenyon 

Lake Benton .... 

Lake City 

Lake Crystal .... 

Le Sueur 

Le Sueur Centre 
Litchfield 



CUURCHU AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 




Luverne 

Madelia 

Madison Lake 

Mankato 

Mantorville . . . 

Marshall 

Mazeppa 



Christ 89 

Trinity 40 

Gethsemane 49 

Christ . .' 210 

Grace 5 

St. Mary 76 

Trinity 50 

St. Paul 22 

Transfiguration 27 

Christ 57 

St. Cornelia 75 

Good Shepherd 14 

4 

Holy Comforter 8 

St. Mary 11 

Trinity .'. . . 20 

Redeemer 45 

St. Matthew 74 

St. Sigfrid 35 

Christ Z2 

St. Mark 16 

St. John 16 

The Holy Spirit 32 

St. James 15 

Calvary 15 

Holy Cross 50 

Trinity 6 

Grace 25 

Trinity 57 

St. Martin ......100 

Shumway Memorial .-.77 



St. Mary's Hall 

Advent 40 

Holy Trinity 22 

Christ 31 

Christ II 

St. John 24 

St. John 10 

Trinity 22 

St. John 30 

St. Luke 185 

St. Jude 20 

St. John 25 

Christ 14 

St. John 74 

St. Peter 12 

Ascension 37 

St. John 34 

St. Mark 237 

All Angels lo 

St. John 20 

St. Paul 80 

Emmanuel 191 

Trinity iii 

Holy Trinity 71 

Christ 2 

Good Shepherd 4 

St. John 172 

St. John 23 

St. James 29 

St. Andrew 20 



George H. MueUer. 
Newell French Douglas. 
George Herbert Bailey. 
Charles W. Holmes. 
Isaac Houlgate. 
Arthur Chard. 
Newell French Douglas. 
Thomas G. Crump. 
William H. Knowlton. 
Alexander C Coffin. 
Henry Whipple St. Clair. 
Albert Ernest Fillmore. 
John Victor Alfvegren, 
William Henry Pond. 
Isaac Houlgate. 
William Henry Pond. 
Thomas George Crump. 
John Russell Hoist 
Eric J. Ericsson. 
Willard Daniel Stires, D.D. 

Theodore C. Hudson.* 
Jos^h J. Hillmer. ' 
Charles £. Hixon. 
Joseph J. Hillmer. 
Charles W. Holmes, 
Frederick M. Garland. 
Newell French Douglas. 
Reginald Aylmer Crickmer. 
Joseph Duklow Salttfr. 
Albert Ernest Fillmore. 
C James Dobbins, D.D. 
/ Lewis Russell Levering. 
(The Bishop. 
( Elmer* E. Lofstrom. 

Andrew D. Stowe. 
Addison E. Knickerbocker. 
Charles E. Hixon. 
] George C. Tanner, D.D. 
) John Victor Alfvegren. 
Isaac Houlgate. 
Charles E. Hixon. 
Arthur Chard. 
Willard Daniel Stires, D.D. 
Charles E. Hixson. 
Albert Ernest Fillmore. 
Clarence E. Brandt. 
Charles W. Holmes. 
Charles Albert Poole, D.D. 
August Andren. 
Carroll Lund Bates. 
Philip Knox Edwards. 
The Bishop. 

Willard Daniel Stires, D.D. 
Eric Gideon Ericson. 
Henry de Wolf de Mauriac. 
Joseph Duklow Salter. 
William H. Knowlton. 
Philip Knox Edwards. ' 
Philip Knox Edwards. 
Charles W. Holmes. 
William Ambrose Dennis. 
Henry Milton Green. 



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fAAiSUM AMD MlMIOMt. 



linneapolis (IL Clinton 

Ave. betw. a6Ui and 

jjth Su.) 

(Blaiddell Ave. and 37th 

St.) 

<Cor. 4U1 Ave. and 9th 

St.. S.) 

<Cor. 24th St. and i6tli 

i^vc, S.) . 

iCor. 4th St. and 4th 

Ave., S. E.) 

<Cor. 39th St. and Grand 

Ave., N.) 

<Comer i8th and Girard 

Aves., N.) 

<5th St. and 19th Ave., S.) 
(Cor. James and 5th Ave., 

< Linden HiUs) * '. '. ' '. '. '. ' '. * '. 
(Hennepin Ave. and Oak 

Grove St.j 

(Cur. Fillmore St. and 

25th Ave., N. £.) .... 
CCor. Bryant and Franklin 

Aves.) I 



CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS 



Montevidec 

IMonticello ... ,, 

Mornstown ^ 

Morton 

New Ulm 

North Branch 

Northfield 

Olivia ; 

Owatonna 

Pine Island 

Pipestone 

Prairie Island 

Prospects Park 

Red Wing 

Redwood Falls 

Rochester 

Rocklord 

Rush City w. 

Rushf ord 

St. Charles 

St. James 



St. Paul (cor. Isabel St. and 
Clinton Ave.) 

(4th St., N. W. cor. 
Franklin) 

(Hamline) 

(Cor. 1 2th and Cedar Sts.) 



(North) 

kCot. Stellar and Atwater 
Sts.) 

(South St. Paul St.) 

(Portland & Milton Sts.). 

(Cor. De Soto and Law- 
son Sts.) 

(Ashland Ave. cor. Mack- 
ubin St.) 



(Highwood) 

(Cor. Prior Ave. and Igle- 

hart St) 

est. Anthony Park) 

(Lilydalc) 



All Saints 39o- 

Christ 130. 

Gethsemane i ,100 . 

Grace 100. 

Holy Trinity 57^- 

Messiah 55* 

St. Andrew i35- 

St. Ansgarius 168 . 

St. Johannes 52. 

St. John Baptist 105. 

St. Mark 750. 

St. Matthew . . . .- 127. 

St. Paul 751. 

St. Thomas 60. 

Wells Memorial 36. 

Grace 48 ■ 

Bishop Gilbert Memor'l 11. 

St. John 37. 

Ascension 42- 

St. Peter 30. 

St. Thomas 2 . 

All Saints 140- 

St. John 14- 

St. Paul 140- 

(3race 62. 

St. Paul ^o . 

Messiah 42- 

St. Timothy 

Christ 525- 

Holy Communion 62 , 

Calvary ' 269. 

Breck Memorial 22. 

Grace 16. 

Emmanuel S^- 

Trinity 28 . 

Calvary 53- 

Ascension 233 . 

Christ 515- 

Epiphany 90 . 

Good Shepherd 121 . 

Messiah 327 • 

Nativity 7- 

Resurrection 

St. Andrew 22. 

St. Clement 303 ■ 

St. James 88. 

St. John Evangelist. .1,104. 

St. Mark 35 . 

St. Mary 290 . 

St. Matthew 83 . 

St. Barnabas 34 ■ 



Alfred Reed HilL 

Andrew D. Stowe. 

5 Irving Peake Johnson. 
(James Cornell. 
John Evans. 

5 Stanley S. Kilbourne. 
(Arlington A. McCallum. 
P. Alexander Brunner. 

(]leorge Thomas Lawton. 
William Bloomquist. 

P. Alexander Brunner. 
Elmer Nicholas Schmuck. 
ames Edward Freeman, 
illiam Guion Studwell. 



Han 
Vil 



James Trimble, D.D. 

William Proctor Remington. 
Alfred H. Lealtad. 

William Guion Studwell. 

Isaac Uoulgate. 
Newell French Douglas. 
Isaac Houlgate. 
Charles £. Hixon. 

\ The Bishop. 

Frederick M. Garland. 
Isaac Houlgate. 

Albert Twitchell. 
Henry Milton Green. 
Joseph Duklow Salter. 
Addison E. Knickerbocker. 
Stanley S. Kilbourne. 
Addison E. Knickerbocker. 
Augustus A. Joss. 

Charles E. Hixon. 
John Victor Alvegren. 
William Henry Pond. 
Joseph J. Hillmer. 
William H. Knowlton. 

(Alfred George Pinkham. 

(George M. P. Pridham. 

C Frederick Granby Budlong 

(Charles Morrow Farney. 
Alfred George Pinkham. 
William C. Pope. 
Le Roy Shur Ferguson. 

I William C. Pope. 

Alfred George Pinkham. 
Edwin Blanchard Woodruff 

Leonard Hoffman Burn. 
(Julius Augustus Schaad. 
( Somerville Caldwell. 

Leonard Hoffman Burn. 

George Herbert Ten Broeck. 
Charles Edgar Haupt. 
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(Cor. 9th and Olive Sts.) 

(Cor. 4th and Maple Sts.) 

(Capitol A c. Macttbin St) 

(8th and Locust Sts.) ... 

(Cor. Randolph and View 

Sts.) 

St Peter 

Shakopee 

Slayton 

Sleepy Eye 

Stillwater 

Sun Rise 

Tracy 

Wabasha 

Warsaw 

Waseca 

WaterviUe 

Wells 

West Concord 

White Bear Lake 

Wilmar 

Windom 

Winona 

Worthington ••< 

Zumbrota 



CHUBf:HlS AMD 
COMMUNICANTS. 



St Paul 250- • 

St Peter 175.. 

St Philip » 90.. 

St Sigfried :i9S.. 

St Stephen 50.. 

Holy Communion 1 10. . 

St. Peter 25 • • 

St Barnabas 19 • • 

All- Souls 60.. 

Ascension 300 . . 

Mission i. . 

St Mark 12.. 

Grace Memorial 100. . 

St Thomas 13 ■ 

Calvary 62 . . 

St Andrew 76 . . 

Nativity 55 . . 

St. Matthew 40 . 

St John 39., 

St Luke 300. 

Good Shepherd 34 . 

St Paul 270. 

St John 27 J 

Trinity 



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Frank Zoubek. 
1 Sydney Smith. 
Alfred H. Lealtad. 
Carl G. Hagberg. 

George H. Ten Broeck. 
Willard Daniel Stires, D.D. 
Isaac Houlgate. 
William Ambrose Dennis. 
Augustus A. Joss. 
Jay Scott Budlong. 
John Victor Alfvegren. 
William Ambrose Dennis. 
Denham Henry Quinn. 
Isaac Houlgate. 
) Reginald Aylmer Crickmer. 



Wi 



illiam H. Knowlton. 
Charles W. Holmes. 
Jay Scott Budlong. 
Horatio Gates. 
William Ambrose Dennis. 
Edward Bomcamp. 
William Ambrose Dennis. 
The Bishop. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Adams, J. Charles, Lake City. 
Almquist, Peter August, St. Paul. 
Beaulieu, Clement H., White Earth. 
Capron, Cyrus Kemper, Roseville, N. J. 
Cornell, James. Minneapolis. 
Fowler, William W., Rochester. 
Furrer, John A., New York. 
(joudy, Robert Reed, Pasadena, Cal. 
Hood, Homer M.. Nashville, Tenn. 
Holmes, Luke P., Frankfort, Kansas. 
Kalin, Alfred, Cambridge. 
Law, Woodford Prentice, Minneapolis. 
Lofstrom, Elmer E., Prof., Seabury Hall, 

Faribault 
Lyon, Daniel Brayton, Minneapolis. 



Morrison, Cameron S., Manette, Wash. 

Palmer, Francis L., Divinity School, Fari- 
bault 

Prosser, John W., Minneapolis. 

Potts, Francis Henry, Hastings. 

Purdy, Edward James, Minneapolis. 

Rollitt, Charles (barter, Sec, 6th Missionary 
Dept., Minneapolis. 

Sherman, Charles A., Manville, Wyo. 

Smith, Sydney, St Paul. 

Ten Broeck. Robert C. Faribault. 

Ten Broeck, William P., D.D., p., Fari- 
bault. 

Tanner, George C, D.D., Prof., Faribault 



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DIOCESE OF MISSISSIPPI. 



Populatioii (1900), t»$$i»37M» 



(A. D. i8a^) 

Arem, 47»i46 wq. m. 

Residence, Battle Hill, Jackson. 



The Rt. Rxv. Theodorx DuBoss Bratton, D.D., Bishop. 

Secretary.— The Rev. Albert Martin, Yazoo City. 

Assistant Secretary. — The Rev. J. Lundy Sykes, West Point. 

Registrar.— The Rev. Nowell Logan, D.D., Pass Christian. 

Treasurer of Diocese. — ^I. W. Richardson, Meridian. 

Chancellor. — ^Judge Robert Powell, Jackson. 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. £. Sterling Gunn, Pres., Natchez; the Rev. Ed- 
ward McCrady, Sec, Canton; the Rev. William Mercer Green, the Rev. Albert Mar- 
tin. Lay, W. W. Moore, L. Brame, R. G. McCanU, L. P. Yerger. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The earliest services of the Church were held by the Rev. Adam Cloud near Natchez in 
1792. The territory was visited by an unknown English clergyman in 1802 who offici- 
ated in several places. The permanent establishment of the Church was by the Rev. 
James Pilmore at Natchez in 1822. The Primary Convention met in Trinity Church* 
Natchez, May 17, 1826. Four clergymen and eleven lay delegates from four parishes 
were in attendance. The Rt. Rev. Dr. Brownell included it in his southern visitation 
in 1829. The Bishops of Louisiana and Tennessee, Drs. Polk and Otey, successively 
in charge. At the Convention held in Trinity Church, Natchez, in 1849, the Rev. Dr. 
William Mercer Green. Professor of Belles Lettrcs in the University of North Caro- 
lina, was chosen Bishop. 

First Bishop. — William Mbrcbr Grben. Born, May 2, 1798. Consecrated, February 
24, 1850. Died, February 13, 1887. 

Second Bishop. — Hugh Millbr Thompson. Born, June s, 1830. Consecrated, February 
24, 1883. Died, November 18, 1902. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

All Saints' Episcopal College, Vicksburg. — Pres., the Bishop. Dean, Thomas P. Bailey. 

Vicksburg Industrial School for Negro Youths, Vicksburg. — Pres., the Bishop. Rector, 
the Rev. W. H. Marshall. 

H^oman*s Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized June, 1891.] Annual meeting, Tues- 
day, May 9. Pres., Mrs. Theodore Du Bose Bratton, Battle Hill. Sec, Mrs. Mon- 
roe McClurg, Greenwood. Treas., Miss Anna W. Jones, Port Gibson. 

Junior Auxiliary. — Sec, Miss Flora Walthall, Jackson. Babies' Branch. — Sec, Mrs. S. S. 
Neville, Meridian. 

Diocesan Paper. — "Church News," Laurel. Editor, the Rev. Lysandcr W. Rose. 

statistics. 



I9I0. 


191X. 


33 
I 


34 


80 


81 


^Z 


6B 


3S 


36 


Hi 


48 


368 


341 


6rSS^ 


6,063 


z,3i8 


2,198 


$79,528 


$98,580 



Qergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Orgranized Parishes and Missions 

Unorganized Missions and Stations 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers . . , 

Sundav School Scholars 

Contributions 

The 8sth Annual Council will meet at All Saints* Episcopal College, Vicksburg, 
Tuesday, June 4, 191 2, at 8.00 P. M, 

THE CLERGY. 
Trs Bishop. 

Archdeacons. — ^The Ven. George G. Smeade, LL.D., Jackson; East Mississippi, the Ven. 

De Bernier Waddell, Meridian. 
Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — ^The Rev. Nowell Logan, D.D., the Rev Edward Ma- 

Crady, the Rev. Albert Martin, the Rev. Walter E. Dakin, the Rev. Robert E. Grubb, 

the Rev. Georg^e Gordon Smeade, LL.D. 
Deans of Convocations. — Oxford: the Rev. David T. Johnson. Jackson: the Rev. Robert 

E. Grubb. Natchez the Rev. E. Sterling Gunn. Pass Christian: the Rev. Charles 

B. Crawford. Columbus: the Rev. Walter E. Dakin. The Delta: the Rev. Albert 

Martin. 

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Aberdeen 

Baldwin 

Batesvillc 

Bay St. Louis . . 
Bayou Casotte . 

Biloxi 

Boonville 

Bolton 

Bovma 

Brandon 

Brookbavea .... 
Brooksville .... 

BylialU 

Canton 

CarroUton 

Charleston 

Church HUl 

Clarksdale 

Clinton 

Columbus 

Como 

Corinth 

Crystal Springs. 

Durant 

bdwards 

blnterprtse 

Flora 

Gautier 

Glass 

Goodman 

Greenville 

Greenwood 

Grenada 

Guliport 

Hattiesburg . . . . 
Hazlehurst . ,. . . 
Herman viUe . . . 

Hernando 

Holly Springs .. 

Indianola 

luka 

Jackson 



Lauderdale .... 

Laurel 

Lexininon 

Long Beach . . . . 

Lumberton 

MrComb City .. 

Macon 

Magnolia 

Maycrsville . . . . 

Meridian 

Michiik .n City . 
MinsiAflippi City 

Moss Point 

Vatchet 



N>w Albany . . 

Oakland 

Hrean Springs 

Okolona 

O^vka 

Oxford 

Pascagoula . . . 
Pa*« Christian , 
Port Gibson . . 
Pinckneyville . 



CHUBCUIS AMD 
COMMUNlCAMTt. 



St. John 73- 

7- 

St. Stephen 6. 

Christ 48. 

St. James 13- 

Redeemer 310. 

4. 

St. Mary 24- 

St. Alban 14- 

St. Luke 17. 

Redeemer 23- 

Ascension 14 • 

St. Thomas 9 • 

Grace 96 . 

Grace 4° • 

All Saints 9 • 

Christ 28. 

St. George 64 • 

St. Matthew 12. 

St. Paul 185. 

Holy Innocents 37- 

St. Paul II. 

Trinity i9- 

13. 

St. Barnabas 4 • 

St. Mary 25. 

St. John 18. 

4. 

Holy Communion 14. 

5. 

St. James 257. 

Nativity 140- 

All Saints 75- 

St. Peter 182. 

Trinity 104. 

St. Stephen 14- 

Epiphany 24 . 

Ascension 22. 

Christ 75. 

St. Stephen 24. 

Our Saviour 15. 

St. Andrew 634- 

Epiphany 

8. 

St. John 66. 

St. Mary 49- 

All Saints 40. 



Mediator 80. 

Nativity 35- 

Redeemer 17- 

Holy Cross 41. 

St. PauT 289 . 

Calvary 38 . 

St. Mark 46. 

St. Alban 12. 

Trinity 479- 

Trinity Chapel 22. 

S. 



St. Tohn 46. 

Grace 24 . 

Our Saviour 

St. Peter ';o. 

St. John 8«;. 

Trinity 116. 

St. James 68 . 

St. Sylvanus 13- 



Archdeacon. 
Joseph Kuehnle. 
F. P. F. Duffy. 
John Chii»man. 
Charles Barron Crawford. 
Archdeacon. 
(George Grant Smith. 

George Gordon Smeade. 

William M. Cross. 

J. Lundy Sykes. 

Frank N. Atkin. 

Edward McCrady. 

David T. Johnson. 

) George Gordon Smeadc- 

Percy W. Jones. 
George Grant Smith. 
Walter Edwin Dakin. 
Toseoh Kuehnle. 
be Bemiere Waddell. 
William M. Cross. 

George Grant Smith. 

De Bernier Waddell. 

George G. Smeade, LL.D. 

John Chipman. 

John C. Johnes. 

Edward McCrady. 

Philip G. Davidson. 

George B. Myers. 

Trcnaeus Trout. 

Henry Harrison Sneed. 

William S. S. Atmorc. D.D_ 

William Cross. 

George Gordon Smeade. 

Joseph Kuehnle. 

Frank N. Atkin. 

Georpre G. Smeade, LL.I>. 

De Bemiere Waddell. 

William Mercer Green. 

C. E. F. Boisson. 

De Bemiere Waddell. 

Lvsander W. Rose. 

Edward McCrady. 

Henrv Harrison Sneed. 

Archdeacon. 

Robert E. Grubb. 

J. Lundy Sykes. 

Pobert F. Gruhb. 

George Gordon Smeade;. 

Frank N. Atkin. 
Henry Harrison Sneed. 
Tnhn Chipman. 
Eliiah Sterling Gunn. 
John R. Carter. 
Frank N. Atkin. 

Tohn Chipman. 
t. Lurdy Svkes. 
Robert E Gmbb. 
Clement D. Brown, 
John Chipman. 
Nowell Logan, D.D. 

John R. Carter. 



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Raymond ... 
Ridseland ... 
Rolfing Fork 

Rosedale 

Sardis 

Starkville ... 

Suminit 

Swan Lake . 

Terry 

Tupelo 

Vaiden 

Vicksburg ... 



Water VaUey 

Wesson 

West 

West I-olnt .. 

Winons 

Woodville .... 
Yazoo City . . . 
Scattering . . . 



CHURCHSSAfcD COMMUNICANTS 

St. Mark 19.. 

St. Luke 31 •• 

The Cross 26.. 

Grace 28 . . 

St. Luke 15.. 

Resurrection 18 . . 

Christ 30.. 

Advent 16. . 

Good Shepherd 38 . . 

All Saints 22.. 

St. Clement 34 . . 

Christ 316-. 

Holy Trinity 285 . . 

St. Mary 68.. 

Nativity 40.. 

House of Prayer 6.. 

St. Mary 7.. 

Incarnation 70.. 

Immanuel 63 . . 

St. Paul 54-. 

Trinity 158.. 

109. . 



George Grant Smith. 
Edward McCrady. 

Percy W. Jones. 
Joseph Kuehnle. 
J. Lundy Sykes. 
Robert E. Grubb. 
Percy W. Jones. 
William M. Cross. 
De Berniere Waddell. 
David Thomas Johnson. 
Charles W. Hinton. 
John Conway Johnes.' 
Walter Henry Marshall. 
Clement D. Brown. 
William M. Cross. 
David Thomas Johnson. 
J. Lundy Sykes. 
David Thomas Johnson. 
John R- Carter. 
Albert Martin. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 
Beean, John, Winnsboro, S. C. 

DIOCESE OF MISSOURI. (A. D. 1840.) 

LiMiTS.r— That part of th4 State of Missouri lying east of the western line of the counties 
of Schuyler, Adair, Macon, Randolph, Boone. Cole, Miller, Pulaski, Texas, Shannon, 
and Oregon, 

Population (1900), 1,508,4^4. Area, 32,015 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rbv. Daniel Stlvxster Tuttle, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L., Bishop. (1867.) Resi- 
dence. 74 Vandeventer Place. St. Louis. 

The Rt. Rev. Frederick Foote Johnson, Bishop Coadjutor. 

Secretary of Diocese. — C. Hunt Turner, Jr., 201 N. Fourth St., St. Louis. 

Treasurer of Dioceses. — ^James M. Bull, 201 North Fourth St., St. Louis. 

Registrar, Librarian and Assistant Secretary. — The Rev. Claude El wood Remick, 1210 
Locust St.. St. Louis. 

Chancellor of the Diocese. — Francis James McMaster, Third Nat'l Bank Bldg., St. Louis. 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Very Rev. Carroll M. Davis, Pres.; the Rev. Leslie 
Fenton Potter, Vice Pres.; the Rev. J. Courtney Jones. Lay. Marshall S. Snow, 
Sec; James L. Ford, Curtis M. Jennings. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The earliest services of the Church were held in St. Louis in 1819 by the Rev. John Ward, 
of Kentucky, who organized Christ Church. The Rev. Thomas Horel was the first 
settled clergyman. The State came under the care of Bishop Kemper after his conses- 
or 'tinn, and he made his home in St. Louis until 1843. 

The l''iin.iry Convention was held in Christ Church, St. Louis, on November 16, 1840, 
wiili eight clergymen and sixteen lay delegates present, representing four parishes. 
The Diocese was admitted into union with the General Convention at its sessions in 
New York City in October, 1841. Under a special canon allowing the General Conven- 
tion to appoint and have consecrated a Bishop for a Diocese, and in answer to a 
memorial from the Diocese the Rev. Cicero Stephens Hawks, Rector of Christ Church, 
St. Louis, was chosen by the House of Bishops at the General Convention at its ses- 
sions in Philadelphia, in October, 1844. 

Missionary Bishop. — Jackson Kemper. Born, December 4, 1789. Consecrated, Septem- 
ber 23, 1835. Dted. May 24, 1870. 

First Bishop. — Cicero Stephens Hawks. Born, May 26, 181 2. Consecrated, October 20, 
1844. Died, April 19. 1868. 

Second Bishop. — Charles Franklin Robertson. Born, March 2, 1835. Consecrated, 
October as, 1868. Died, May i, 1886. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Bishot Robertson Hall. 4244 IVashington Boulevard, St. Louis. — Visitor, the Bishop. 
Chaplain, the Rev. Benjamin Tibbets Kemerer. Superior, Sister Catherine. 

Church Mission Home for Convalescent Women, 100 Leffingwell Ave. — Pres., Mrs. Kate 
M. Howard. Sec. and Treas., Mrs. F. W. Roberts. Matron, Mrs. Martha Cooper. 
Chaplain, the Rev. Thomas Walker Jones, D.D. ' 

Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Mrs. Louisa B. Allen, 275 Quincy St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



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Brotherhood of St, Andrew. — St. Louis Local Assembly. Chairman, Benjamin S. Pear- 
son. Treas,, John G. Fleck. Sec, A. J. Watling. Chaplain, the Rev. Henry Watson 
Mizner. 

Church Club of St. Louis. — [Organized May, 1901.] Vice Pres., Charles J. Miller. Sec, 
Edwin Freegard, 308 North Third St., St. Louis. 

Girls' Friendly Society, — Sec. and Associate for Commended Members, Mra. F. W. Rob- 
erts, 4430 West Belle Place, St. Louis. 

Laymen's Co-operating Missionary Society. — Sec, Francis J. McMaster. 

Orphans' Home, Grand and Lafayette Aves., St. Louis. — Visitor, the Bishop. Pres., Mrs. 
K. M. Howard. Sec, Miss Julia M. Upshaw, Treas., Mrs. Western Bascome, 3759 
Westminster Place. Cliaplain, the Rev. Arthur Brittain. 

5"^ Luke's Hospital, Belt and Delmar Aves. — Pres., William H. Thomson. Treas., Francis 
James McMaster. Sec, William H. Whitehill. Chaplain, the Very Rev. Carroll 
Melvin Davis. 

Sisterhood of the Good Shepherd, St. Louis. — Has charge of Bishop Robertson Hall, 4J44 
Washington Boulevard, St. Louis. Sister Catharine, Superior. (See under Religious 
Orders.) 

The Schuyler Memorial House, xaxo Locust Street, St, Louis. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized 188 i.l Annual meeting: day after 
Diocesan Convention, the Bishop presiding. Pres., Mrs. £. C. Simmons, 21. West- 
moreland Place, St. Louis. Sec, Miss Mary W. Triplett, 456 N. Newstead Ave., St. 
Louis. Treas., Mrs. T. Ewing White, Westminster Hotel, 44th St. and MePherson 
Ave., St. Louis. 

Junior Department. — Sec, Miss Julia Barclay, 4305 Morgan St., St. Louis. 

Diocesan Paper. — "The Church News." Editor, the Rev. Leonard B. Richards, Ferguson. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edihces 

Organized Parishes and Missions . . . 
Unorganized Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



1910. 



1911. 



55 


S3 


I 


2 


59 


59 


62 


60 


5 


5 


535 


611 


472 


632 


8,444 


8,483 


407 


409 
3,632 


3,662 
$188,087 


$247,272 



The 73d Annual Convention will meet in St. Peter's Church, St. Louis, May 28, 191 2. 

THE CLERGY. 

CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL (com. 730), ST. LOUIS. (13th and Locust Sts.) 

Thb Bishop. 
Dean. — The Very Rev. Carroll Melvin Davis. 
Priests. — The Rev. Claude El wood Reraick, the Rev. Benjamin T. Kemerer, the Rev. 

William A. Masker. 
Deans of Convocations. — Hannibal: the Rev. Jesse Ketcham Brennan. Southern: the Rev. 

Leslie Fenton Potter. 
Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — The Rev. William Allen Hatch, the Rev. Joseph Courtney 

Jones, the Rev. Leonard Burbank Richards. 
Bishop's Secretary. — Mrs. G. D. B. Miller, 1925 McCausland Rd., St. Louis. 
Hospital Missionary. — The Rev. Thomas Walker Jones, D.D. 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 



AflFton 

Bonne Terre . . 

Canton 

Cape Girardeau 
Oarksville .... 

Columbia 

Crystal City .. 

De Soto *.*.'.'.*.*.' 

Ferguson 

Fredericktown . 

Fulton 

Hannibal 

Ironton 



CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS 

Christ 6.. 

St. Luke 8.. 

St. Peter 29.. 

Christ 70 . . 

Grace 15.. 

Calvary 122.. 

Grace 63.. 

St. Andrew 40 . . 

Trinity 73 . . 

St. Stephen 90 . . 

St. Paul 20 . . 

Trinity 8 . . 

Trinity 201 . . 

St. Paul 34.. 



CLSSGT. 



William AUen Hatch. 



Charles Maltas. 
John Davis, D.D. 

? Charles A. Eaton. 

Leonard Burbank Richards. 

Henry Pomeroy Horton. 
Jesse Ketcham Brennan. 



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Jefferson Barracks 
Jetfcnion City 



Jennings 

KidESvUie 

Kirkw«o4 ..... 

La PUU .., 

Lj^uisiaaa • •. 

Macon 

Mjcxico 

Moberly 

Monroe City . ; 

Montgomery 

Old Orchard • 

Overland Park 

Palmyra 

Poplar Bluff 

Portland 

Prairieville 

Rolla 

Salem 

St. Charles 

St. James 

St Louis: 

(Cor. Garrison Ave. and 

Locust St.) 

(Gates & (Soodfellow Avs.) 
(Boyle & Gibson Avesl)... 

(2838 Salina St.) 

(Marion Place) 

(28th & Washington Ave.) 
(Morganford Road & Tho- 

lozan Ave.) 

(Grand & Lafayette Aves.) 
(Washington ft Euchd 

Aves.) 

(Garrison Ave. & Glasgow 

Place) 

(4240 N. Grand Ave.) ... 
(Bruno Avc&Blendon PI.) 
(Olive St. and Pendleton 

Ave.) 

(3666 Arsenal St.) 

(Hamilton & Ridge Aves.) 

(Clifton Heights) .... 

(Michigan Av. & Malt St.) 
(Lindell Bid. & Spring Av.) 

(Union and Maple Aves.) . 

(Sixth and Rutgers Sts.).. 

(i 210 Locust St.) 

(3220 Marcus AveO 

(Channing and PrankKn 
Aves.) 



-rrrrf. — !\ ,,.... ' . ."■" : 

. cnuacHik. Alio 

OMIMUWtCAVTi^. 



Redeemer 



. 0. 
. 17.. 

.10^. 



Shelbina ... 
Sherman . . . 
Sullivan .... 
Thayer .... 
Valley Park 



Ciirace 

St. LyJce 20., 

Trinity ......' ZO.. 

Grace 3^3 •- 

St. Mary 8,, 

Calvary 3&- - 

St. Tames 125 •« 

St. Paul 56.. 

Christ 63.. 

St. Jude 84- ■ 

Holy Comforter 8.. 

Emmanuel 4^5 • • 

St. Paul 23- ■ 

St. Paul 73.. 

Holy Cross 41 •• 

St. Mark 38.. 

St. John 57.. 

Christ 86., 

Trinity 10.. 

Trinity 35' 

Trinity 32- < 

All Saints 417. 

Ascension 504 • > 

Epiphany 33 • 

Good Shepherd 72. 

Grace — Holy Cross ... 197 . 
Holy Communion 333 • 

Holy Innocents 107. 

Mount Calvary 295 . 

Redeemer 5^7 • 

St. Andrew 93 • 

St. Alban .....>. 23- 

St. Augustine 109. 

St. George 417 • 

St. John 408. 

St. Mary 100. 

St. Matthew 39- 

St. Paul 178. 

St. Peter 520. 

St. Philip 219. 

St. Stephen 388. 

St. Thomas (Df. Mutes) 86. 
St. Timothy 32. 

Trinity 185. 

St. Luke 20 . 

Emmanuel 8 . 

Holy Cross 19. 

St. John 27. 

Holy Trinity 25 . 

St. Luke 29. 



CLWCT. 



Joha V^ntoji . Pluakeit. . 

i Paul Robert Talbot 
(George A^x, Clh^niberf. 

Leslie Fenton Potter. 

Charles John Millar. 
John Bellis Van Fleet 



Joseph Courtney Jones. 
John Andrew Dooris. 
John Evans. 



John Davis, D.D. 
Richard Louis Knox. 



Cassius M. C. Mason. 
Alfred Arthur V. Binnington 

John William Higson. 
George Farrand Taylor. 
James Wise. 

William Allen Hatch. 
Wythe Lee Kinsolving. 

Edmund Duckworth. 

John Andrew Dooris. 
William A. Masker, Jr. 
Dwight Arthur Parce. 

Benjamin T. Kemerer. 
Arthur Brittain. 
Frederick C. O'Meara. 
Benjamin E. Reed. 
Frederick Gowenlock. 
(David Claiborne Garrett 

(Edward Douglas Johnston. 

Henry Watson Mizner. 
James Henry Cloud. 
Benjamin T. Kemerer. 

James Boyd Coxe. 



Arthur Elon Woodward. 
Leslie Fenton Potter. 



Appleby, Thomas M. Villiers, D.D., Duluth, 

Mmn. 
Arthur, Samuel E., St Louis. 
Brant, Otho. 

Chapman, Frederic N., Kirksville. 
Eaton, Charles A., St Louis. 



NONPAROCmAL. 

Elmer, William, r. em., St. Louis. 
Harrison. Jesse McVeigh. West Park. N. Y. 
Little, Edward Porter, Elizabeth, N. J. 
Trotman. Charles, St Louis. 
Waterman, J. A. 
Wilkins, Jeremiah J., D.D., St Lows. 



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DIOCESE OF MONTANA. (A. D. 1904.) 

iJMXTt.— rA# StMt of UoHtana. 
PopuUtion (1900), 243.^89. Area, 14^,776 aq. 
OH RxcMMOVD BBBwn. CO., BialMp. (iM«.) , 

listrar. — The Rev. Frank Bradley Lewis, Salesvi 



Salesville. 



Turn Rt. Rxir. UaoH 

Secretary and Registrar,- 

Assistant Secretary, — ^William J. Atwood, Deer LoHge. 

Treasurer,, — J. H. Loagiiiaid* Hcleaa. 

Standing Committee, — Clerical, the Rev. S. C. Blackiston, the Rev. James L. Crai^ 
the Rev. Francis R. Bateman. Lay, W. C Messias, Frank Kennedy, Allen P. Bowie. 
HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The first services were held by Bishop Tattle and the Rev. £. N. Goddard at Virginia 
City on July ai, 1867. At the request of Bishop Tuttle, Montana was erected into a 
separate Missionary Jurisdiction by the General Convention at its sessions in Nev 
York City in October, x88o. The Rev. Dr. Leigh Richmond Brewer, Rector of 
Trinity Church, Watertown, New York, was, October 19, chosen as Bishop. At the 
Convention held at Anaconda, June 19, 190a, the Missionary District was organiied 
as a Diocese, to which Bishop Brewer was elected. It was admitted into union with 
the General Convention in October, X904« 

pHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church Periodical Club. — Dtocesan Correspondent, Miss Helen Withers, care of Bishop 
Brewer, Helena. 

Daughters of the King, — Diocesan Sec, Mrs. L. Cain, 647 S. Jackson St, Butte. 

CirW Friendly Society,— Sec, Mrs. L. Cain, 647 S. Jackson St., Butte. 

Junior Auxiliary and Babies^ Branch. — Sec. Miss S. Baldwin, Box 245, Butte. 

St. Peter's Hospital, Helena.—Pres., the Bishop. Vice Pres., the Rev. Francis R. Bate- 
man. Supt.f Miss De. 

Woman's Ausiltary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organised December, 1884.] Annual meettng: 
time and place of Annual Convention. Pres., Mrs. S. D. Hooker, Dillon. Sec, Un. 
F. J. Mynard, Great Falls. Treas., Mrs. C. H. Moore, 338 East Broadway, Butte. 

Junior Department. — Sec, Miss Sue Baldwin, Butte. , 

Diocesan Paper. — "Montana Churchman,*' Helena. Editor and Business Manager, the 
Rev. Francis R. Bateman, Helena. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions . . . 
Unorganized Missions and Stations. 

Baptisms .' 

Confirmed -. . . . . 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



1910. 



30 


26 


2 


. .• • 


r. 


43 


62 


53 


53; 


541 


529 


277 


3i<i 


3,567 


3.721 


233 


2St 


2,095 


' 3,23s 


$87,913 


$70,803 



i'9ii. 



The 9th Annual Convention will meet the third Sunday in June, where the Bishop 

appoints. 

TV r. 

Thx Bishop 

Bishop*s Examining Chaplains. — The Rev. Frank B. Lewis, the Rev. Charles P. Bumctt. 

General Missionary, — The Rev. Charles W. MacWilliams, Dillon. 



PARISHXS AND MISSIONS. 



Anaconda . . 

Belt 

Btg Timber 
Billings . . . . 
Boulder . . . . 
Bozeman . . 
Bridger . . . . 
Butte 



Chinook 

Chouteau 

Columbia Falls 

Columbus 

<"iilhertson 

Darby 

Deer Lodge . . 
Dillon 



CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS 



St. Mark 132. . 

St. Luke 25- ■ 

St. Mark 36.. 

St. Luke 182. . 

St. Thomas 41. . 

St. James 115.. 

Good Shepherd 14.. 

St. John 302.. 

St. Andrew 14 . . 

St. Paul 39- • 

St. Timothy 4. . 

St. Stephen 24 . . 

St. Matthew 9 . . 

St. Paul 14.. 

Good Shepherd 8 . . 

St. Thomas 17.. 

St. Tames 71.. 

St. James 120.. 

244 



Tames Louis Craig. 

William Waddell Conner. 
G. W. Goss Van Winkle. 
John Philip Anschutz. 

Granville Gaylord Bennetts 
Royal Kennett Tucker. 
Slator Clay Blackiston. 
1 William H. Mitchell. 



Leo 



onard J. Christler. 
William Waddell Conner. 
Charles H. Linley. 
G. W. Goss Van Winkle. 
I.eonard T. Chri-itler. 
James Williiam Heyward.. 
William James Attwood. 
Sidney Douglas Hooker. 



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Fonythc .... 
Fort Bcntoa 

Fridlcy 

Gardiner ... 
GUaapw .... 
Glodivc .... 

Grmaite 

Great Fella . . 



Harlem 
Havre .... 
Harlowton 
Helena ... 
iardine ... 

Joliet 

KaliapeU 



Libby 

Li^ingiton 



Valley 



Martinsdale • , 

MarytviUe 

Miles aty 

Miner 

McDonald Creek 

Miaeottla 

Neihart 

Philtpfburg 

Pony 

Red lodge 

Rosebud 

Roundup 

Sheridan 

Sun River 

Twin Bridges 

Twodot 

Townsend 

Virginui City 

WhitehaU 

Whitefish 

White Sulphur Springs 

Wibaux 

Miscellaneous Places . . 



CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS 



St. Cement 1 1 . 

Holy Trinity 6. 

Ascension 16. 

St. Paul so. 

St. John 13. 

Emmanuel 11. 

St. Matthew 12. 

St. Matthew 60. 

St. Peter 

The Incarnation 231 . 

St. Paul 8a. 

St. Margaret 4. 

St. Mark 68. 

All Saints 15. 

St. Peter 366. 

St. Paul 

Our Saviour 10 . 

Christ 97. 

St. James 98 . 

St. Luke 14. 

St. Andrew 139. 

St. Barnabas 30 . 

Trinity 42. 

St. Mary 30. 

Trinity 8. 

St. Mary 12. 

Emmanuel 106. 

St. Augustine 6 . 

St. Paul 18. 

Holy Spirit 305 . 

Grace 3. 

St. Andrew 26 . 

St. John 43- 

Calvary 52. 

St. Philip 14. 

Calvary 25 . 

Christ 29 . 

St. Luke 15. 

St. Jude 7 . 

St. Matthew 8. 

St. John 58. 

St. Paul 45. 

St. Mark 5. 

Trinity 32. 

Grace 22. 

St. Thomas 11. 

300 . 



John F. Pritchard 

W. S. W. Raymond. 
John Norton Cheanatt. 
John F. Pritchard. 
John P. Pritchard. 
Leonard J. Christler. 
Alfred E. Macnamara. 
William J. Attwood. 
Floyd Jay Mynard. 
James William Heyward. 

Leonard J. Christler. 

Francis R. Bateman. 
John F. Pritchard. 
Royal Kennett Tucker, 
Charles H. Linley. 
Herbert G. Wakefield. 
Charles H. Linley. 
Charles Percy Burnett 
Gaylord Granville Bennett. 

Leonard J. Christler. 



W. S. W. Raymond. 
John F. Pritchard. 
Herbert G. Wakefi<^ld. 
Henry S. Gatley.* 
William Waddell Conner. 
William J. Attwood. 

Royal Kennett Tucker. 
W. S. W. Raymond. 



William Waddell Conner. 



Charles H. Linley. 
Edward Noble English. 



Oickev. Thomas E., Kalispell. 

Kcssclhuth, George H., Billingrs. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 

I Lewis, Frank Bradley, Salesville. 
I Stewart, George, Missoula. 



DIOCESE OF NEBRASKA. (A. D. 1868.) 

Li M ITS. — All that Part of the State of Nebraska tyitt/; mxt of the west lines of the counties 

of Knox. Antelope, Boone. Nance. Merrick. Hamilton. Clay, and Nuckols. except the 

Santee Reserr'ation 

Population fiono"). about 1.000,000. Area. 23,000 sq. tn. 
The Rt. Rev. Arthur Llewellyn Williams, D.D., Bishop. (1899.) Residence, 315 

South 31st St., Omaha. Office, 17 16 Dodpre St., Omaha. 
Secretary of Council and Registrar. — The Rev. William Herbert Moor, no South 13th St., 

Omaha. Office, 1716 Dodge St., Omaha. 
Assistant Secretary. — The Rev. John Albert Williams, iiiq North 2Tst St., Omaha. 
Treasurer of Diocese and Board of Missions. — ^Victor B. Caldwell, 1602 Farnam St., 

Omaha. 
Chancellor. — ^Hon. Eleazar Wakeley, Omaha. 

Historiographer. — The Rev. John Albert Williams, 11 19 N. 21st St., Omaha. 
Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. Tohn Williams. Pres. : thr Rev. Frederick ft 

Tyner, the Rev. Canon Marsh. Lay, C. S. Montgomery, C. W. Lyman. S. C. Smith. 

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.,» . HIStORICAL NOTES. r" 

TIm aervices of the Church were first held in Omaha; where' a parish was oijt^auzkd in 
1856, when the population of that town was fifteen hundred. The Rev. G. W, Wat- 
son of Iowa became its minister. In the same year the Rev. James De Pixy was 
Chaplain at Fort Kearney and the Rev. William Vaux at Fort Laramie. By these 
thixt qljer^men services were held in other places. The territory formed a part ef 
the jurisdiction of Bishop Kemper, who made several visitations; It then came under 
the care of the Rt. Rev. Dr. Talbot, Missionary Bishop of the Northwest. The House 
of Bishops during the sessions of the General Convention in Philadelphia, in October, 
1865, rearranged the missionary jurisdictions in accordance with the recommendation 
of 0ie Board of Missions. The fourth was assigned to the Missionary Bishop of 
Nebraska and parts adjacent, with jurisdiction in Nebraska and Dacotah. 

^Oi^. October 21, the Rev. Dr. Robert Harper Clarkson, Rectbr of St. James' Cfaureh,; Chi- 
cago, was nominated Missionary Bishop and duly confirmed by the House of deputies. 
At the call of the Missionary Bishop, the Primary Council met in Trinity QtmMral, 
Omaha, September 9 and 10, x868, when the Diocese wis organized and Dr. Ql^kson 
elected Diocesan, but refused to become Diocesan while receiving missionary aid, and 
continued Missionary Bishop in charge. October 9 the . Diocese was admitted into 
union with the General Convention at its sessions held in the city of New< York in 
October, 1868. At the Council of the Diocese in 1870 Dr. Clarkson was again elected, 
and the Diocese being independent of missionary aid, he accepted. 

First Bishop. — Rob£ht Harper Clarkson. Born, November 19, x8a6. Consetffatgd, -No- 
vember 15, 1865. Died, March 10, 1884. 

Sscond Bishop. — Gborgs Worthington. Bom, October 14, 1840. Constcrattd, February 
24, 1885. Died, January 7, 1908. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 
Brownell Hall. South Tenth Street and Worthington Place, Omaha.— The Diocesan Girls' 

School. Principal, Miss Euphemia Johnson. 
Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Mrs. J. C. Bonsfield, Auburn. 
GirW Friendly Society. — 
Daughters of the King. — Diocesan Sec, 
Nebraska Church Club, — [Organized 1908.] Pres., Frank L. Haller, i8th and Davenport 

Sts., Oriiaha, Neb. Sec, 
The Clarkson Memorial Hospital for Children, 21st and Howard Sts., Omaha..— Pres., the 

Bishop. Treas., F. H. Davis. Supt., Miss Ellen Stewart. Chapalin, the Rev. John 

W. Jones. 
WomaWs Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized May, i886.] Annual meeting: time 

and place of Diocesan Council. Hon. Pres., Mrs. Arthur L. Williams. Pres., Mr* 

A. K. Gault, 3802 N. 24th St., Omaha. Sec, Mrs. W. B. Millard, 123 N. 39th St, 

Omaha. Treas., Mrs. Mary Fairchild, Lincoln. 
Junior Department. — Sec, Miss Edith Earle, 3830 Charles St., Omaha. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

Unorganized Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sundav School Scholars 

Contributions 



1910 



•36 


34 


I 


3 


54 


55 


47 


47 


9 


10 


3Sa 


328 


30a 


235 


5.25s 


5,031 


253 


3^S 


1.863 


1,768 


$68,956 


$77,064 



The 45th Annual Council will be held in Trinity Cathedral, Omaha, in May, 19 12. 

* THE CLERGY 

TRINITY CATHEDRAL {com. 46s). EIGHTEENTH STREET AND CAPITOL 
AVENUE. OMAHA. 
Ths Bishop. 
H^n. — ^The Very Rev. James Arthur Tancock. 
Assistant. — The Rev. 

lUskltnt Canons.—Tht Rev. T. J. Collar, the Rev. Frederick D. Tyner. 
Han. Canons.—Tht Rev. Herman B. Burgess, the Rev. J. C. S. WeiUs, the Rev. W. A. 

Mulligan, the Rev. W. H. Frost, the Rev. A. £. Marsh, the Rev. S. M. Hayes. 
Chapter Clerk, — ^The Rev. William Herbert Moor. 
Bishop's Examining Chaplains.— The Rev. John C. S. Weills, the Rev. A. H. Brook, the 

Rev. Wesley W. Barnes, the Rev. J. A. Williams. 
Cdg Missionary. — ^The Rev. John W. Jones. 
AiHttant City Missionary.— The Rev. C. H. Bascom. 
CSkirai Misstonary.— The Rev. William Herbert Moor. 
Snirai Missionary, North of the Platte River.— The Rev^Fi^^eji<^<^J|^p^ Norfolk. 



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FASISB.ip AMD MXSUOMf. 




Albion 

Ashland 

Auburn 

Bancroft 

Beatrice 

Benson 

Blair 

Cedar Rapids 
Central City . 

Clarks 

ColumbttS . . . . 
Creishton .... 

Crete 

Decatur 

DeWitt 

Fairbury 

Falls Qty ... 
Florence . . . . 

Fremont 

Fullerton . . . . 

Geneva 

Genoa 

Hartington . . 

Harvard 

Lincoln 



Madison 

Monroe 

Nebraska City 

Neligh 

Niobrara 

Norfolk 

Omaha (26th & Dewey Ave.) 

(20th and Ohio Sts.) ... 

(4 1 St and Charles Su.)... 

(19th and California Sts.) 

(S. loth St and Worth- 
ington PI.) 

(3 2d and California Sts.) 

(21st, bet. Paul and Nich- 
olas Sts.) 

(26th and Franklin Sts.). 
South Omaha 

South (24th and T Sts.) . . 

South (29th and S Su.) . . 



Palmer 

Papillion 

Plattsmouth .... 

Randolph 

Schuyler 

Silver Creek ... 

Tecumseh. 

Tekamah 

Tobias 

Wahoo 

Wymore 

Wyoming 

York 

Extra Parochial 



St. John 28.. 

St. Stephen 56- ■ 

Ascension 29.. 

The Incarnation 13.. 

Christ 174.. 

Advent 19 . . 

St. Mary 75 •• 

Trinity 43 . . 

Christ 98.. 

St. Paul 9.. 

Grace 86.. 

St. Mark 68.. 

Trinity Memorial 28.. 

Incarnation 16.. 

St. Augustine 100. . 

Emmanuel 73 . . 

St, Thomas 48.. 

St. Mark 41.. 

St. James 106.. 

St. Alban 28.. 

Trinity 37.. 

St. Andrew 3.. 

Grace 49.. 

St. John 3>i. 

Holy Trinity 362 . . 

St. Luke 76.. 

St Matthew 17.. 

Trinity 14.. 

St. Mary 99 . . 

St. Peter 65 . . 

St Paul 34.. 

Trinitjr , 119.. 

All Saints 355- • 

Good Shepherd 287 . . 

St. Andrew 208.. 

St. Barnabas 254 . . 

St. Matthias 109 . . 

St Paul 67.. 

St Philip 121., 

St. John ,279 . . 

St Edward the Martyr 28.. 

St Martin 203 . . 

St Clement 47 . . 

St. Mark 10.. 

Holy Cross 21 . . 

St. Luke I02.. 

St Philip 21.. 

Holy Trinity 93 . . 

St. Stephen 35 . . 

Grace 44 . . 

Holy Cross 16.. 

St Andrew 14.. 

St John 19. . 

St. Luke 72. . 

Christ 8.. 

Trinity 



Valentine . H. Kaltenbach. 
John Doherty Rice. ' 
General Missionary. 
Arthur £. Marsh. 
William Albert MuUlgan. 
City Missionary. 
Arthur £. Marsh. 
District Missionary. 
J. Franklin Long. 

William Henry Xanden. 
Marcus Julius Brown. 
Arthur E. Cash. 
Arthur E. Marsh. 
Everett Alfred Moore. • 
General Missionary. 
George L Neide.' 
Arthur E. Marsh. ; 

VVilliam Henry Frost 1 

District Missionary. j 

Arthur E. Cash. 
District Missionary. ; 

District Missionary. J 

Diocesan Missionary. 
Simeon Mills Hayes. } 

Arthur H. Brook. \ 

District Missionary. i 

District Missionary. I 

Wesley W. Barnes. 

Marcus Julian Brown. - ; 

Thomas Jones Mackay. 

Thomas John Collar. , 

Frederick D. Tyner. 1 

John Williams, D.D. j 

I 

James Noble. ' 

City Missionary. I 

John Albert Williams. i 

City Missionary. ' 

!■ Alfred George White. 
J 

i District Missionary. 
Alfred George White. 
Herman B. Burgess. 
District Missionary. 

George Shepherd Southworth 
General Missionary. 
Arthur E. Marsh. 
Everett Alfred Moore. 
General Missionary. 
General Missionary. 
Wesley W. Barnes. 
General Missionary. 



Bascom, Charles H., asst. city miss., Omaha. 
Colegrove, Dana C, Norfolk. • 
Hamilton, R. G., Saratoga, Wyt). 
Hedelund. S. J., Omaha. 
Jones, Jonn W., city miss., Omaha. 



NON- PAROCHIAL. 



Moor, William H., gen. miss., Omaha. 
Taylor, Frederick C, gen. miss., Norfolk 
Weills, John G. S., r. em., Norfolk. 
Westcoit, Arthur J., London, England. 

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NEVADA. (A. D. 1907.) 



MISSIONARY DISTRICT. 

LiiiiTt.~rii# Si9f of Ntvada, 

Population, 100,000. Area. 109,740 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rkv. Hbnry Douglas Robinson, D.D., Bishop. (1908). Residence, Reno. 

Secretary. — ^Thc Rev. Hojrt E. Henriques, Battle Mountain. 

Irftwiwrr.— Wayne T. Wilson. Reno. 

Chancelhr.—'The Hon. George S. Brown. Elko. 

Council of Advice. — Clerical, the Rev. Samuel Unsworth, the Rev. Thomas L. Bellam, the 
Rev. R. Lester Hazlett. Lay, T. L. Oddie, E. D. Vanderleith, F. S. Patton. 
HISTORICAL NOTES. 
(See Arizona, New Mexico, Sacramento, Utah.) 

By the General Convention of 1859, during its sessions in the citv oi Richmond, Vir|^nia, 
the territory of Nevada was made a part of the Missionary Jurisdiction of the North- 
west, to which the Rev. Dr. Joseph Cruikshank Talbot, Rector of Christ Church, 
Indianapolis, Indiana, was elected. He was consecrated in his parish church on Wed- 
nesday, February 15, i860. The first services of the Church were held by the Rev. 
Henry G. O. Smcathman, Rector of St. John's Church, Petaluma, California, from 
August to October, 1861, in Virginia City, and from October to December 31 of the 
same year, in Carson City, while he was acting as Secretary of the territorial legis- 
lature. The Rev. Ozi William Whittaker. a native of New Salem, Massachusetts, 
proceeded to Nevada immediately after his ordination to the priesthood in St. Steph- 
en's Church, Boston, Mass, on August 7, 1863, hy Bishop Eastburn. He became 
Rector of St. John's Church, Gold Hill, and Missionary in a wide circuit. In the 
same year Bishop Talbot visited Nevada, arriving at Virginia City in September, 
1863. On October 11 he consecrated St. Paul's Church in that city, and on October 
x8 confirmed thirteen persons in the church and one sick person in private. After 
two fruitful years of work. Mr. Whittaker removed to the Diocese of New Jersey 
and became the Rector of St. Paul's Church, Englewood. At that time three clergy- 
men were at work in the territory. At the General Convention during its sessions 
in the city of Philadelphia, in October, 1865, the missionary jurisdiction pf "Nevada 
and parts adjacent" was constituted by the House of Bishops. Its Bishop was "to 
have jurisdiction over Nevada, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico." The Rev. Robert 
J. Parvin, Rector of St. Paul's Church, Cheltenham, Pennsylvania, was nominated by 
the House of Bishops, on October 21, for that jurisdiction, but the House of Depu- 
ties failed to elect him. On October 23, the Rev. Dr. Mark Antony De Wolf Howe, 
Rector of St. Luke's Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was nominated, and elected 
by the House of Deputies. Dr. Howe declining the honour, it was determined, at a 
special meeting of the House of Bishops, held in St. John's Chapel, in the city of 
New York, from October 3 to 5, 1866, to defer the election of a Missionary Bishop 
for Nevada until the next General Convention. The offer of the Bishop of Califor- 
nia, Dr. Kip, to visit the territory, was thankfully accepted. Arrangement of the 
missionary jurisdictions was made at this meeting by which the districts of New 
Mexico and Utah were detached from "Nevada and parts adjacent." In the fall of 
1867, the Bishop of California visited Nevada. He held thirteen services, confirmed 
forty-eight persons, and consecrated St. John's Church, Gold Hill. There was then 
but one clergyman at work, the Rev. Mr. Whittaker, who had returned from the 
cast and become Rector of St. Paul's Church, Virginia City. In 1868 two other 
clergymen were temporarily in the jurisdiction, the Rev. Mr. Allen at Carson City 
and the Rev. Mr. Lane at Austin. During the sessions of the General Convention 
held in the city of New York in October, 1868, the House of Bishops, on October 29, 
nominated the Rev. Ozi William Whittaker as Bishop of Nevada and Arizona. He 
was dulv elected by the House of Deputies. Mr. Whittaker was consecrated in St. 
George's Church, New York City, on October 13, 1869. In June, 1886, he was 
elected Assistant Bishop of the Diocese of Pennsylvania. By his acceptance the 
Jurisdiction became vacant. The General Convention during its sessions in the city 
of Chicago. Illinois, in October, 1886, considered the report of a Committee of the 
House of Bishops on the redetermination "of the metes and bounds of the Missionary 
Districts of Utah and Idaho. Nevada and Wyoming." By the House of Bishops, it 
was referred to its Committee on Domestic Missions. On October 19 the report of 
that committee was adopted and the Missionary Jurisdiction of * Nevada and Utah" 
and "Wyoming and Idaho" constituted. On October 23, the Rev. Reynold Marvin 
Kirby, Rector of Trinity Church, Potsdam, New York, was nominated by the House 
of Bishops and elected by the House of Deputies. Upon his declination, at a special 
meeting of the House of Bishops, held in St. James' Church, Philadelphia, on October 
27, 28. 1887, the Rev. Abiel Leonard, Rector of Trinity Church, Atchison, Kansas, 
was elected. He was consecrated in Christ Church, St. Louis, Missouri, on January 
25, 1888. During the sessions of the General Convention, held in Washington, Octo- 
ber. i8q8. the report of a committee of the House of Bishops on the change of 
boundaries of the missionary districts was adopted. By it the bounds of Nevada and 
Utah were so changed "as to include the State of Utah and all that portion of the 
State of Nevada lying east of the west lines of the counties of Elko. White Pine, 
Eureka. Lincoln, Lander, and Nye, togMher with that portion of the county of 
Uintah, in the State of Wyoming, lying south of the 41 54 degree of latitude." The 
new district also included Western Colorado, and wiigteelfe/^ilA^J'^l^the Mis- 

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, _ The bounds of the Misttonary District of Northcns 

»mia were changed to include that portion of the State of Nevada lying west 
i west lines of Uie counties of Elko, White Pine, Eureka, Lincoln. Lander, aad 
It was to be known as "the Missionary District of Sacramento.'' The Honw . 



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«tonary District of Salt Lake.' 

California 

of the west 

-Nye. It was to be known as "the Missionary __ ^^- 

of Bishops, during the sessions of the General Convention in the city of Richmond* 
Virginia, in October, 1907, acting upon the suggestion of the Missionary Conferenoc 
t>f the Seventh District, held at Boise, Idaho, on May 3, 1907, made the State at 
Nevada a separate Missionary District. The Rev. Henrv Douglas Robinson, Wardea 
of Racine College, Wisconsin, was nominated as its Bishop, and duly elected by tte 
House of Bishops. 

JPirtt Bisliop of Nevada.—Ozi William Whitakxr. Bom, May 10, 1830. Constcrvt^ 
October 13, 1869. Translated to Pennsylvania, 1886.' 

Second Bishop— -Nevada and Utah, — ^Abibl Lsonakd. Born, June 26, 1848. Conse- 
crated, January 25, 1888. Died, December 3, 1903. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. ,, ^ r. « , 

Woman's Auxiliary,— Pres,, Mrs. F. G. Patrick, Reno. Sec, Mrs. S. D. Baker, Ely. 
Treas,, Mrs. John Dunbar. Fallon. 



IHocesan Paper. — "The Nevad a Church man." 

STATISTICS. 



Editor, the Rev. Lloyd B. Thomas. 



Oergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions . . 
Unorganized Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

■Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



19 10. 



1911. 



8 


10 


17 


SI 


15 


IS 


4 


13 


108 


•?r 


1,062 
92 


"il 


^ 448 


659 


$25,000 


$13,000 



The next Convocation will meet at the call of the Bishop. 

THE CLERGY. 

The Bishop. 
Archdeacon. — The Ven. Albert Lester Hazlett, Reno. 

Examining Chaplains. — ^The Rev. Samuel Unsworth, the Rev. Thomas L. Bellam, the Ven. 
Albert Lester Hazlett. 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 



Austin 

Battle Mountain 
Blair 



Carson City . . 
Clover Valley 

Dayton 

Elko 

Ely 

Eureka '. 

Fallon 

Oolconda .... 

Goldfield 

Hawthorne . . . 
l.as Vegas . . . . 

Lovelock 

Manhattan . . . 

Miller's 

Mira 

Pioche 

Pyramid Lake 

Iteno 

Silver City . . . 

Sparks 

Tonopah 

Verdi 

Virffinia City , 
Wadsworth . . 

Wells 

Winnemucca . 
Scattered 



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CLB|IGT. 



St. George 29 . . 

St. Andrew 2y . . 



St. Peter 114.. 

St. Luke 12. . 

All Saints 10 . . 

St. Paul 75.. 

St. Bartholomew 59.. 

St. James 27 . . 

Trinity 24 . . 

St. John 7.. 

St. John 24 . . 



Christ 35' 

5. 



St. Peter 4- 

Christ 

St. Mary the Virgin ... 

Trinity 187. 

Grace 20 . 

St. Paul 23. 

St. Mark 66. 

26. 

St. Paul 70. 

9- 



St. Mary 23 . 

50. 



)Hoyt Emanuel Henriquea. 

The Archdeacon. 
Lloyd Brent Thomas. 
Hoyt E. Henriques. 
The Archdeacon. 
Hoyt Emanuel Henriques. 

Hoyt E. Henriques. 
The Archdeacon. 
The Archdeacon 
Llewellyn Foulkes. 
The Archdeacon. 
Paul Boynton James. 
The Archdeacon. 

The Archdeacon. 
The Archdeacon. 
Paul Boynton James. 
Percival S. Smithe. 
Samuel Unsworth. 
The Archdeacon. 
Thomas L. Bellam. 
George Gallup. 
.Samuel Unsworth. 
The Archdeacon. 
The Archdeacon. • 
Hoyt E. Henriques. 
The Archdeacon. 



' NON-PAROCHIAL. 

Hunting, George C, Secretary VIII. Mis- I Jameson, C. 
sionary Department, Reno. I 



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DIOCESE OF NEWARK. (A. D. 1874.) 

lilKZTS. — The counties of the State of- Nem Jersey known as Sussex, Warren, Morris. 
Passaic, Bergen, Hudson, and Essex, together with the township of Summit in Union 
County. 

F*opulation (1910X i»556,i30. Area, 1,905 sq. si. 

Tb« Rt. Eay. Edwin Stsvsns Limbs, ■ D.D.. Bishop. (1903.) Residence, as Washington 
SL, Newark, N. J. . 

Secretary of Convention.—Tht Rev. John Keller, 19 E. Park St., Newark. ' 

Astistant Secretary.— Tkt Rev. William Thomas Lifiton, Bloomfield. 

Treasttrer, — Edwin A. Stevens, Hoboketi. 

Assistant Treasurer*, — Edwin A. S. Brown, Hoboken. 

iUgistrmr,-— The Rev. WiUiam Thomas Lipton, 49 Halsey S^., Newark. 

Chancellor. — ^John R. Emery,' Morristown. 

Standing Committef,-— Clerical, the Rev. William Welles Holley, D,D., Pres.; the Rev. 
William R. Jenvey, D.D., Sec; the Rev. Louis S. Osborne, D.D., the Rev. D. Stuart 
Hamilton. Lay, John R. Emery, Hamilton W. Mabie, G. Wisner Thome, William 
Read Howe. 

HISTORICAl. NOTES. 
(See New Jersey.) 

The earliest services within its limits were by the "travelling missionaries," in 1703-4. and 
the Rev. John Brooke at Elizabethtown in 1706. A memorial from the Diocese of 
New Jersey was presented to the Qeneral Convention at its sessions in the city of 
New York in October, 1874, praying for the consent to the erection of a new Dio- 
cese within its limits. On October 10 the prayer was granted by* both Houses. The 
Primary Convention met in Grace Church, Newark, November 12, 1874. The Bishop 
of New Jersey, Dr. Odenheimer, acting under the canons favouring such a case, de- 
clared that he elected the new See, and became its first Bishop. At the Convention 
of 1886 it was resolved to change the name of the Diocese from Northern New Jersey 
to Newark. Consent was given to the change by the General Convention at its ses- 
sions in Chicago, IlL, in October, 1886, on the eighth day of the session, Oct. 14, 1886. 

"First Bishop, — William Henrt Odenheimer. Born, August 11, 18 17. Consecrated, 
October 13, 1859. Died, August 14, 1879. 

DSocese of New Jersey, divided 1874. . 

Second Bishop. — ^Thomas Alfred Starkey. Born, March 13, 1818. Consecrated, Janu- 
ary 8, 1880. Died, May 17, 1903. 
,. „ CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Alms House Missionary Society, Newark. — Pres., Miss Emma V. Gordon. Sec, Mrs. 
Henry Kingsley. Treas,, Mrs. John Townley. Missionary, the Rev. Wynant Vander- 
pool. 

Brotherhood of St. Andrew. — Pres., Anton 'G. Christensen, Jersey City. Sec, Edwin A. 
S. Brown, Montclair. Senior Assembly, 30 active chapters, 275 members. Junior As- 
sembly, 30 chapters, 400 members (including the Diocese of New Jersey). 

Christ Hospital, Palisade Avenue, Jersey City Heights.-^ilncor. 1874.] Pres., the Ven. 
William R. Jenvey, D.D. Chaplain, the Rev. Frederic E. Mortimer. Sec, John G. 
Crawford, 10 Franklin PI., Montclair. Treas., Richard Stevens, i Newark St., Ho- 
boken. 

Church Club of the Diocese of Newark. — [Organized 1907.] Pres., Decatur M. Sawyer, 
Sec, J. W. Rufus Besson, 800 Hudson St., Hoboken. Treas., John Porter, Mont- 
clair. 

Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Miss A. D. Gilbert, 97 S. Arlington 
Ave., East Orange. 

Girls' Friendly Society. — Pres., Mrs. H. J. Winser, 189 Broad St., Newark. Sec.', Miss 
C. W. Colton, 33 Johnson Ave., Newark. 

Hospital of St. Barnabas, cor. High and Montgomery Streets, Newark. — [Incor. 1867.] 
Pres., ex-officio, the Bishop. Chaplain, the Rev. Charles H. Wells. Treas., Thomas 
W. Jackson, 107 Hamilton St., Newark. In charge of the Sisters of St. Margaret. 

House of Good Shepherd for Aged and Infirm Men and Women, Henry Street, Orange, 
N. J. — Pres., the Rev. Charles E. Hutchison. Sec, the Rev. Henry A. Dexter. 
Treas., Mr. William Read Howe. Matron, Miss S. Louise Shelton. Chaplain, the 
Rev. Charles T. Walkley. 

5"*. Marguerite's Industrial School if or girls) ^ Ralston. — For orphans and other poor chil- 
dren. Under the care of Sisters of St John Baptist. Under the patronage of the 
Bishop. 

St. Katharine's Home, 32 Reservoir Avenue, Jersey City Heights. — Under the chBrge of 
the Sisters of St. Margaret. Pres., the Bishop. Warden, the Ven. William R. Jen- 
vey, D.D. Chaplain, the Rev. Frederic E. Mortimer. Treas., Mrs. C B. Alex- 
ander, Castle Point, Hoboken, N. J. Sec, Mrs. J. E. Pope, 73 Prospect St., Eftst 
Orange, N. J. 

Widows' Home, 8i.<; Bloomfield Street, Hohoken.Sec, the Rev. G. £. MagilL. Tweos., 
Mr. Richard Stevens. Warden and Chaplain, the Ven. William R. Jenvey. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch.^ — [Organized November, 1875.] Annual meeting, 
November; time and place fixed by the President and Secretary. Hon. Pres., Mrs. 
E. S. Lines, Newark. Pres., Mrs. D. M. Sawyer, Montclair. Cor. Sec, Mrs. J. W. 
Danforth, 172 Glenwood Ave., E. Orange. Traes., Mrs. Jas. R. Strang, Short Hills. 

Junior Department. — Directress, Miss Jean Holmes, Orange. Sec, Miss Eleanor Sawyer, 
Llewellyn Road, Montclair. 

GuUd of Hospital of St. Barnahas.—Pres., Mrs. E. H. Wright, a4 Pwk Pt, Newark. 

Diocesan Paper. — "The Newark Churchman," 21 Washington St. JV^^^VIC 

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Clergy ', 

PriesU OrtUined 

Churcli Edifices 

Organized P^rishet and Minions ( 

Unorganized Missions 

iiaptisms 

Confirmed * . . 

Communicants 

Sunday School T^eadiert 

Sundav School Scholars 

Contributions 



19 ro. 



I9IX* 



147 


144 


12 


7 


122 


"5 


I^ 


ia9 


2,220 


2,088 


1,926 


1.790 


34,024 


34>450 


1,897 


1,94* 


17,842 


17»799 


1606,198 


$639,357 



The 38th Annual Convention will be held where the Bishop may appoint. May 21, 19x2. 

THE CLERGY. 

CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS. 

PRO-CATHEDRAL, CHRIST CHURCH (com. 301), NEWARK. 

Thb Bishop. 

yicar.— The Rev. Frank H. Hallock. 

Archdeacons.'^JtTsey City: the Ven. William R. Jenvey, D.D. Newark: the Ven. Fred- 
erick B. Carter. Morristown: the Ven. James A. McCIeary.. 
Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — ^The Rev. Frederic E. Mortimer, the Rev. John S. Miller, 
the Rev. Henry M. Ladd, the Rev. James A. McCIeary, the Rev. J. W. Van Ingen, 
the Rev. Henry H. Hadley, the Rev. Stephen H. Cranberry. 



PABISHIS AND MISSIOMS. 



Allfladale .....' 

Arlington 

Bayonne (Pamnipo) , 

(Bergen Point) , 

Belleville , 

BeWidere 

Bergenfield 

Bloomfield , 

Bloomfield and Clen Ridge 

Boonton 

Butler 

Chatham 

Clifton , 

Coytcsville 

Delawanna 

Dover , 

East Orange 

(Ampere) 

Edgewater 

EngleiR od 

Essex Fdls 

Fairview 

Fort Lee 

Garfield 

Grandview 

.Grantwood 

Hackensack 

Hackeitstown 

Haledon 

Hamburgh 

Harrison .« 

Hasbrouck Heights 

Hawthorne 

Hillsdale 



CHUBCHBS AND COMMUNICANTS 



Epiphany 109 . 

Trinity 373. 

Calvary 371. 

St. John 118. 

Trinity 463. 

Christ 143. 

Zion 29. 

St. John 106 . 

Ascension 94 . 

Christ 655. 

St. John 160 . 

St. Paul 40. 

St. Paul 45. 

St. Peter 84. 

St. Stephen 40 . 

St. Stephen 15 . 

St. John 273. 

Christ 670 . 

Incarnation 

St. Agnes 200 . 

St. Paul 350. 

Mediator 83 . 

St. Paul 628. 

St. Peter 87. 

Nativity x8. 

Good Shepherd 151. 

Holy Innocents 65. 

Grace 28 . 

Trinity 143. 

Christ 550. 

St, James 88. 

St. Mary 195. 

Good Shepherd 64 . 

Christ 450. 

St. John the Divine ...i8o. 
St. Clement in. 

Holy Trinity 25 . 



James William Jackson. 
Carl Shuter Smith. 
Warren Van H. Filkins. 
Elbert Burr Taylor. 
Albert Larrieu Lonflrley. 
Charles Whitney Popham. 
Oorge Henry Young. 
Carolus R. Webb. 
William Thomas Lipton. 
Ed. Augustine White, D.D. 
George Goldsmith Daland. 

jenry Blauvelt Wilson. 
Archdeacon of Morristown. 
James W. Van Ingen. 
Henry B. Todd. 
William G. Webb. 
Archdeacon. 
James A. McCIeary. 

(Charles E. Hutchison. 

\ Lyman Joseph Howes.* 
Dwight Worden Graham. 



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William Patterson Taylor. 

Francis William Kirwan. 

C. H. Boylston. 

Rich'd W. Ernest Merington 

Rollin Dodd. 

Francis William Kirwan. 

William (k)rdon Bentley. 

Edwin Tuttle I^wis. 

Edwin Tuttle Lewis. 

Aika Peter Tulp. 

William Malyou Mitcham. 

Ezra Floyd Ferris. 

Jacob Arthur Glasier. 

William James Tilley. 

Thomas Davies. • 

C(5eorge Metzgar Dorwart. 

} William B. Mawhinney. 
Meade Bolton MacBryde. 

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PAKISHBS AND MISStONt. 



Hoboken (6th St. c. WUlow) 

(Hudaon St. n. 8th) 

(Washington c. 7th) 

Hohokus (Ridgewood) 

Hope 

Inrington 

Jersey City (New York Ave. 

snd South St.) 

(Qaremont Ave. and 

Clark St.) 

(Erie cor. ad St.) 

(Greenville) 

(Lafayette} 

Heights (Summit Ave. op. 
Gardner) 

(445 Jersey Ave.) 



Heights (53 Hoboken Av.) 
Bergen (46 Duncan Ave.) 

Knowlton (Delaware) 

Lconia 

Little Falls 

Lvndhurst 

Madison 

Maplewood 

Mendham 

Millburn 

Millington 

Montclair 

(Upper) 

Montvale 

Morristown ;. . 

Mt Arlington 

Newark (Congress bel. Ferry) 

(Broad and Walnut) 

(8th St., above S. Orange 
Ave*) 

(Roseville) 

(Belleville Ave. n of 4th 

Ave.)^ 

(Vailsburg) 

(El wood & Lincoln Ave.) 
(W. Kinney St.) 

(Forest Hill) 

(High and Marlcet) 

(High near New) 

(Clinton Ave.) 

(Roseville) .. 

(Broad and Staxe) 

(Broad St, MiliUry Sq.). 

Newton 

N ordhoff •••■•••.•.. 

Norwood 

Nutley 



CHURCHES AND 
COMMUNICANT*. 



Holy Innocents 427 . . 

St. Paul 550 . 

Trinity 600 . , 

Christ Mission 28. 

St. Luke II. 

Trinity 130. 

Ascension 305 . 

Holy Cross 27 1 . 

Grace 552. 

Crrace 318. 

St Agnes 

St. John 1.672 . 

St Mark 315. 

St Mary 400. 

St. Paul 2^2 . 

St Stephen 412. 

St. James 40 . 

All Saints .125. 

St. Agnes 109 . 

St Thomas 116. 

Grace 167. 

St George 264 . 

St Mark 26. 

St. Stephen 160. 

All Saints 34 . 

St. Luke 680. 

St Tames 354. 

St. Tohn 100. 

St Paul 25. 

Redeemer 527 . 

St Peter 641. 

St Peter 22. 

Christ 301. 

Grace 901 . 

St Alban 169. 

St Andrew 

St Barnabas 279 . 

St. James 430. 

St George 56. 

St. Tohn 206. 

St. Matthew 98 . 

St Mark 72. 

St Paul 702. 

St Philip 326. 

St. Stephen 416. 

St Thomas 205 . 

The House of Prayer. .535- 

Trinity 800. 

Christ 174. 

St John 62. 

Holy Communion 25. 

Grace 390 . 



((xeorge Ernest Magill. 
(Harmon C St (Hair. 
William R. Jenvey, D.D. 

Philip Coombs Pearson. 
George Henry Young. 



Walter E. Howe. 

Augustine Elmendorf. 
(^. Stephen Bennitt, D.D. 
Jesse C. Joralemon. 
Frederic E. Mortimer. 

George Daniel Hadlcy. 
Wallace H. Watts.* 
Frederic E. Mortimer. 
Pelham St. Geo. Bissell.* 
Samuel A. Chapman. 

Thomas Alfred Hyde. 

William P. Brush. 

Sidney E. Sweet. 

George Henry Young. 

Aubrey Henry Derby. 

Robert J. Thomson. 

August Ahrens. 

Joseph N. Blanchard, D.D. 

Elmer Nelson Owen. 

Levi Johnston. 

James William Van Ingen. 

Archdeacon ot Morristown. 

( Fred'k Brewerton Carter. 

) Herbert Webb Hopkins. 

Nassau Somerville Stephens. 

John Jay Bridges. 

Archdeacon of Jersey City. 

Barrett P. Tyler. 

( Philemon F. Sturgcs. 

/ Victor William Mori. 

Archdeacon of Morristown. 

(The Bishop. 

} Frank H. Hallock. 

[ Elliot White. 

< Charles Henry Wells. 

I Morton A. Barnes. 

Henry Landon Rice. 

( Elliot White. 

] Charles Henry Wells. 

Stephen Henry Cranberry. 

T. Percival Bate. 
George T. D. Peters. 
Rowland Stuart Nichols. 

J Elliot White. 

(Edmund Norman Curry- 
Henry Harrison Hadlcy. 

Edmund A. Wasson. 
Eugene Newton Curtis. 
John S. Miller. 

r Louis Shreve Osbome.D.D. 
-{ Albert W. H. Thompson. 

I William J. Tilley. 
Ernest Collard Tuthilt 

J. A. Weagle.» 

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FASISaiS AMD MiniOMS. 

Ormdell 

Uranse, Orann Valley (cor. 
Forest ft Tomplnna Su.) 

Orange 

Orange South (cor. S. Or* 
ange Ave. and Ridge- 
wood Road) 

South (cor. Ontre St and 

Sterling Ave.) 

(West) 

(West) 

(West) 

Passaic 

Paterson (Carroll and Pearl 

St) 

(Main and Nichols St).. 
(Church and Ellison St) 
(B'way and x8th St) .... 

(Totowa Ave. and Marion 

St) 

Phillipsburg 

Pompton 

Ramsey 

Ridgefield 

Ridgefield Park 

Ridgewood 

Rutherf osd 

(East) 

Short Hills 

Stanhope 

Summit 

Tenafly 

Town of Union 

Vernon 

Washington 

West Hoboken 

Wcstwood 

Wortendyke 



CHUaCHU AMD COMMUMICAMTt 

Annunciation 97 • • 

All Saints 251.. 

Grace 1,200.. 

The Epiphany 130 • • 

Holy Communion 504 . . 

St. Andrew 271.. 

St. Mark 1,024.. 

Holy Innocents 69 . . 

Holy Trinity 225. . 

St John 548.. 

St George 131- • 

Holy Communion 499 • • 

St. Luke 171.. 

St. Mark 590 • • 

St Paul 1,331-. 

Trinity 406. . 

St Luke IS7- . 

Christ 85 . . 

St John 70. . 

St. James 46.. 

St. Mary 214.. 

Christ 402. . 

Grace 500 • • 

Grace 172.. 

Christ 164. . 

Christ 58.. 

Calvary .619.. 

Atonement 162.. 

Grace 478. . 

St. Thomas " 40. . 

St. Peter 73 • • 

St. John 675.. 

Grace 58 . . 

Grace 26 . . 



William K. Berry. D.D. 



(Charles Thomas Walkley. 
((George M. Plaskett 

George Albert Hanna. 

Francis Creswick Todd. 
Frank Burrows Reazor, D.D. 
William D. P. Bliss. 
Otho Fairfield Humphreys. 
William Gordon Bentley. 
Hugh Dempster Wilson, Jr. 

{ George Metzgar Dorwart. 

( William B. Mawhinney. 
Herbert George Purchase. 
Samuel A. Weikert 

C David Stuart Hamilton. 

1 William H. Watts. 

George Porter Armstrong* 
G. Morris Wilkins.* 
Edward Prescott Hooper. 
Tames William Jackson. 
Rollin Dodd. 
Hugh B. McC. Jamison. 
Philip Coombs Pearson. 
Henry M. Ladd. 
August. Ahrens. 
Charles Malcolm Douglas. 
William Malyou Mitcham. 
Walker Gwynne, D.D. 
Arch. Eglington Montgomery 
Gilbert Marshall Foxwell. 
Jacob Arthur Glasier. 
Gordon Douglas Hoxsey. 
Edmund Janes Cleveland. 
Meade Bolton MacBryde. 
David Stuart Hamilton. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Appleton, James H., Westport, Conn. 
Balsley, Enos J., San Antonio, Tex. 
Barrows, N., D.D.. Short HilK • 
Bicker, Henry Kierstead, Maplewood. 
Bishop, David D., Cheshire, Conn. 
Brooks, Edgar E., New Milford, Conn. 
Butler, Edwin E.. Montclair. 
Cooper, E, T., Panama Canal Zone, 
Craig, John W.. New York. 
Dexter, Henry A., Newark. 
Douglas, Charles, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Edmunds. (Hiarles C. G. T. S.. New York. 
Elliott, John Woods, Baltimore, Md. 
Fair, John C, Blossburg, Pa. 
Farrington, William G., D.D., Orange. 
Fawcett, John George, Middletown, N. J. 
Fliedner, August Christian, Berlin, Wis. 
Garnier, Horatio K., Annandale. 
Geisel, George M., New York. 
Hall, W. H. A., New York. 
Holley, William Welles. D.D., r. em., Hack- 

ensack. 
Hewlett, John C, New York. N. Y. 



Hughes, W. M., D.D., Washington, N. J. 

Keller, John, sec. of diocese, Newark, N. J. 

Kent, Lawrence S., Laporte, Ind. 

Long, William A., Arlington. 

Lylburn, William H. C, Mamaroneck, 
N. Y. 

Lyman- Wheaton. H. P., D.D., Ridgefield. 

Maguire, Horatio W., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

McNulty, Henry Augustus, Soochow, China. 

Miller, Everard P., Elizabeth, N. J. 

Mombert, J. Isidor, D.D., Paterson. 

Pitcher, John B., Adams, N. Y. 

Rice, Henry L., Newark. 

Richmond. William. Washington, D. C. 

Roomc, Claudius M., New York. 

Stanley, Albert Upham, Marietta, Ga. 

Steele, J. Nevitt, D.D., South Orange. 

Stewart, Alonzo S., Ossining, N. Y. 

Stoddard, Edward L., r. em., Jersey City. 

Sturges, E. Laurence. 

Vanderpool, Wynant, Missionary to City 
Almshouse, Newark. P. O. Morris- 
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ljaau.--TJk0^StQU Iff liim MmMiTM, 

Population (1910) 430,572. Area, 9,280 sq. m. 
TBI Rt. Rav. WiLUAM Woodmuvv Nius, I).D., LeUD., D.C.I*., BidMV. (iSjWbl 

The Rt. Rxv. Edwakb Mu-vilu PARKsa, D.D., D.C.L., Biabop Coadjutor. (1906.) 
Rtsidenc€, Concord. 

Secretary of Convention. — The Rev. Richard W. Dow, Concord. 

Tmm^r^r, — Henry W. Steyens. Concord. 

Kji:i|irfrar.i~-Otis U. Hammond. State Libranr, Concord. 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. Lucius Waterman, D.D., Pr£s.; the Rev. W. 

Stanley Emery. Lay, Robert J. Peaslee, John C. Kirtland, Jr., Edward C. NUea. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The earnest services were held at Portsmouth in 1638, where a Church bad been built 
find a glebe given by the Rev. Richard Gibson. He was banished by Massachusetts in 
1642, and the Church property seised for *'an orthodox minister. ''^ The new parish 
was organized in 1732, a Church built known as Queen's Chapel, the Rev. Arthur 
Browne became minister under the auspices of the venerable Propa^tion Society in 
1730. At a Convention held at Concord on August 2$, 1802, the Diocese was origan- 
ized. Three clergymen and six lay delegates were present In 181 1 it joined the 
Confederation known as the Eastern Diocese under Bishop Griswold. After the 
death of Bishop Griswold, in 1843, the Diocese elected, at a special Convention held 
in St. Paul's Church, Concord, October 4, 1843, the Rev. Carlton Chase, Rector of 
Emmanuel Church, Bellows Falls, Vermont, as Bishop. 

First Bishop, — Carlton Chase. Born, February 20, 1794. Consecrated, October 30, 
1844. Died, January 18, 1870. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 
Cvlt* Friendly Society.^FoviT independent branches. 
Holdemess School for Boys (P. O. Plymouth) .—Rector, Rev. Lorin Webster, L.H.D. 

Trustees: Pres.. the Bishop. Tr^aj., Tosiah Carpenter, Manchester. 
St, Mary's School for Girls, Concord. — Trustees: Pres., the Bishop. Treas. and Clerk. 

Edward K. Woodworth; Concord. Principal, Miss Isabel M. Parks. Chaplain, the 

Bishop Coadjutor. 
St, Paul's School.— Rector, the Rev. Samuel H. Drury, L.H.D. Vice Rector, William H. 

Foster. Corpora^on: Pres., the Bishop. Clerk, Francis H. Appleton,' Boston. 

Treas., Frank W. Rollins. 
The Orphans* Home. Concord. — [Incor. 1874.] Trustees: Pres., the Bishop. Treat, amd 

Clerk, William W. Flint, Concord. Supt. and Chap., the Rev. John K. Tibbits. 
Woman's Aftxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — ^[Organized 1879-1880.] Pres., Mrs. Niles, 

Concord. Cor. Sec, Mrs. I, C. Humphrey, Concord. Rec. Sec, and Treas., Mrs. 

Frances C. Clarkson, 15 Temple St., Nashua. 
Junior Department. — Sec. and Treas., Mrs. O. Morrill, Concord. 

Diocesan Paper. — "The Church Fly Leaf." Editor, the Rev. Howard Fremont Hill, D.D., 
Concord. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

gliurch Edifices 
rganized Parishes and Missions .. 
Unorganized Missions and Stations. 

Biiptiams 

Confirmed 

Cosmiunicaats 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Coninoutions 



1909. 



1911. 



49 


52 


2 




54 


55 


47 


47 


37 


37 


377 


437 


346 


397 


5.459 


5,646 


298 


340 


2,160 


2,331 


$85,268 


$118,043 



The iioth Annual Convention will be held on the Third Tuesday in November 

(Nov. 21), 1911. 
• The Convention of this Diocese not meeting till November, and consequently after 
the Year Book has gone to press, the statistics for 1909-1910 are given for comparison. 

THE CLEROY. 

BISHOP'S CHURCH, ST. PAUL (com. 406), CONCORD. 
Thb Bishop. 
The Bishop Coadjutor. 
KMftor. — The Bishop. 

Vice Rector.— The Rev. William Stanley Emery. 

Bishop's Hxamining Chaplains, — ^The Rev. Lucius Waterman, D.D., the Rev. Howard F. 
Hill, D.D., the Rev. John A. Chapin. 

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BartleU , 

Bertin 

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'tBurkehaven (Sunapcc) 

Cl&arlcstown 

tCliocorua 

Claremont 

CW^rti 

Colebrook 

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Dantrary , 

Derry 

tpixv4ll« Notch 

DrewsTiU« 

tDttblin 

Dnnbarton .... 
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Goff stown 

Groveton 

tHampton Beach 

Hanover 

HaverhUl (North) 

Holdemest 

„t<East) 

Hopkxnton 

tJeffersOn 

Kearsarge ••.•• 

Keene 

Laconia 

Lancaster 

Lincola and Woodstock . 

Lisbon 

Littleton 

tLocke Haven (Enfield) 

Lost Nation 

Manchester 



Meredith 

MilforH 

Nashua 

tNew Ipswich 
tNew London 



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Penacook 

Peterborough .. 

Pittsfield 

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St. Mark 80.. 

7" 

St. Barnabas 228.. 

Nativity 3 . . 

Transfiguration 7 • • 

St. lames 

St Luke 60.. 

St. Peter in the Woods. 
Trinity ....^..........240.. 

Union 6a.. 

Advent 17- • 

Grace 22.. 

St. Timothy 68.. 

St. Luke 64.. 

Chapel of St. Peter 

and St. Paul 282.. 

Trinity S.. 

Holy Spirit 7.. 

Transfiguration 51.. 



St. Thomas 405 . 

St. Peter 5. 

Emmanuel 2 . 

St. John the Evangelist 30. 
Holy Cross i. 



Christ 121. 

St. Tude 9J. 

St. Matthew 48* 

St. Mark 91* 



Rochester .. 
tRye Beach 



talmon Falls 
anbotnvf if e 

tSpofford Lake " (Chestcrfi'ld) 
tStinson Lake (Kumney) 

Stratford 

tSugar Hill (Lisbon) . . . 



St. Thomas 54- 

Trinity 16. 

Chapel of Holy Cross. 67. 
St. Peter's in the Mount 

St. Andrew 12. 

Holy frini^ 

Grace 20. 

St. James 266. 

St. James 104. 

St. Paul 123. 

Messiah 34* 

Epiphany 56 . 

All Saints 120. 



St. T'imothy 9- 

Grace 458. 

St. Andrew 156. 

Resurrection 25 . 

Our Saviour 58. 

Good Shepherd 320. 



St. Andrew by the Lake. 

Epiphany 49 • 

Christ 47 • 

St. Mary 67. 

All Saints 27. 

St. Stephen 27. 

St. John 23s. 

Christ 259. 

The Redeemer 48. 

St. Andrew by the Sea. 

Christ 47. 

St. John Baptist 77- 

St. Alban 



CLttGT. 



Theodosins S. Tyng. 
David Adams Pearson. 
Perdval Matson W^d. 

Joseph M. McGraflk.* 
James Brainerd Goodrich. 
Francis Augustus Foxcrolt 
Arthur L. Washburn.* 
) William Edwin Patterson. 

Edmund C. Thomas. 
Amasa Wfight Saltus. 
John Knox Tibbits. 
Richard William Dow. • 
f Sam's Smith Drtify, L.H.D. 
{William Stanley Emery.. 

William Stanley Emerys 
Geo. Edwin Ernest Htwlam. 
Arthur M. Dunstan.* 
William Weir GHlliss. 
Lawrence Amor. 
Reuben Kidner.* 

Arthur Wynne Shaw. 
Ithamar W. Beard. 
Victor MeUet Haughton. 
John Ashley Chapin. 
Arthur Wynne Shaw. 
Arthur M. Dunstan. 
Charles W. Tyler.» 
Lucius Waterman, D.D. 
Frederick Charles Cowper. 
Lorin Webster, L.H.D. 
Tbeodosius Stevens Tyng.* 



David Adams Pearson. 
John Stockton Littell 
Ora Wilfred Craig. 
Edmund C. Thomas. 
Richard WilHam Dow. 
Thaddcus William Harris. 
Thaddeus William Harris. 

Edmund C. Thomas. 
(5eorge Robinson Hazard. 

Ora Wilfred Craig. 

William Porter Nflcs. 
George Prescott.* 
(William W. Page. D.D.* 
/William Stanley Emery.* 
Albert Edwin Bowles. 
David Adams Pearson. 
Amasa Wright Saltus. 
Geo. Edwin Ernest Haslsm. 
Herbert A. Remick.* 
Harold Morrill Folsom. 
Charles Le V. Brine. 
James CliflFord Flanders. 
(Floyd W. Tomkins, D.D.* 
J William Porter Niles. 
George Alonzo McLucas. 
Percy Owen-Jones. 
John S. Littell. 
Theodosius Stevens Tyng. 
Arthur M. Dunstan. 



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CHURCHES AND COMMUNICAXTS 



Tilton .... 
Walpole ... 
tWbitefield 
WUton ... 
WoodsviUe 



Trinity no.. 

St. John 51.. 

Transfiguration 8 . . 

Transfiguration 33 . . 

St. Luke 107.. 

Ten Small Stations 57-. 

Isolated Communicants. 85 . . 



John Ashley Chapin. 
Lawrence Amor. 
Arthur Whipple Jenks, 



D.D. 



Frederick Charles Cowper. 



Brinley, Godfrey Malbone, Bi«ster, St. 
Paul's School, Concord. . 

Cbnover, James Potter, Master, and Chap- 
lain, St. Paul's School, Concord. 

Dickins, Curtis Uoyt, Chaplain, U. S. N., 
Portsmouth. 

Drury, Samuel S., Concord. 

Ferguson, Henry, LL.D., Concord. 

Ferguson, Robert Henry, East Orange, 

Goodrich, James B., Concord. 

Hill, Howard Fremont, D.D., Concord. 

Hime<3, William Lloyd, Concord. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Ladd, William Palmer. Prof. Bcrkdey Di- 
vinity School. Middletown, Ct 

Macmaster, William B., Gorham. 

McMurphy, Jesse Gibson, off. Derry and 
regions around. 

Morrill, Charles A., Portsmouth. 

Phillips, George William, D.D., Winstcd, 
Conn. 

Renouf, Edward A., D.D., R. Em. of 
St. Tames, P. O., Keene. 

Smith, William B. T., miss., Charlestown. 

Walden, Treadwell, Boston, Mass. (May 
to November, Wonalancet, N. H.) 



DIOCESE OF NEW JERSEY. (A. D. 1785.) 

Limits. — Th^ counties pf tht Stau of New Jersey known as Atlantic, BurHngton, Cam- 
den, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, 
Ocean, Salem, Somerset, and Union, except the township of Summit. 

Population (1900), 1,283,669. Area, 4,776 sq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rev. John Scakbokough^ D.D., LL.D., Bishop. (187^.) Residence, Trenton. 

Secretary of Diocese, — ^The Rev. Howiaird E. Thompson, Woodbury. 

Assistant Secretary. — The Rev. Charles B. Dubell, Glassboro. 

Registrar.— The Rev. Robert W. Trenbath, Trenton. 

Treasurer. — Charles E. Merritt, Mount Holly. 

Chancellor.— B&y&rd Stockum, 11 1 E. Stote St.. Trenton. 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. Alfred Brittin Baker, D.D.. Pres.: the Rcr. 
Charles M. Perkins, Sec; the Rev. H. M. P. Pearse, the Rev. James F. Olmsted. 
Lay, J. B. Woodward, David G. Baird, Charles Townsend. 
HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The earliest services of the Church were held in Perth Amboy by the Rev. Edward Port- 
locke, in 1698. His ministry was brief. Traditionally a Church was built in 1685, as a 
stone with that date taken from the old Church in 1853 is still a part of the rear 
wall of the chancel of the present St Peter's Church. The permanent work of the 
Church began with the travelling missionaries of the venerable Propagation Society, 
the Rev. George Keith and the Rev. John Talbot, in 1703, and the founding of St 
Mary's, Burlington, in 170^, with the Rev. John Talbot as Rector. Dr. Talbot i» 
supposed to have received Episcopal Consecration by a Non-juring Bishop in England 
about 1722. What Episcopal acts he performed cannol now be known, as no records 
of them appear to Have survived. The Diocese was organized in Christ Church, New 
Brunswick, on July 6, 1785, with five clergymen and twelve lay delep^ates from eight 
parishes. At the adjourned meeting of the Convention, held in Chnst Church, New 
Brunswick, August 13 and 16, 1798, the Rev. Uzal Ogden was elected Bishop. He 
never received consecration. Episcopal acts were performed by the Bishop of New 
York until 181 5. At the Convention held in St. Michael's Church, Trenton, on 
August 30, 1 81 5, the Rev. Dr. John Croes, Rector of Christ Church, New Brunswick, 
was elected Bishop. 

First Bishop. — John Croes. Born, June i, 1762. Consecrated, November 19, i8i5« 
Died, July 26, 1832. 

Second Bishop. — George Washington Doanb. Born, May 27, 1799. Consecrated, Octo- 
ber 31, 1832. Died, April 27, 1859. 

Third Bishop. — William Henry Odenheimer. Born, August 11, 1817.. Consecrattd, 
October 13, 1859. Became Bishop qf the new Dioceses of Northern New Jersey, 
1874. Died, August 14. 1879. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. _ „ , . « 

The Associate Mission. — Headquarters at 307 Hamilton Ave., Trenton. Head, the Rev. 
R. Bowden Shepherd, Archdeacon. 

Christian Knowledge Society. — Treas., the Rev. R. Bowder Shepherd, Riverton. 

Church Club of the Diocese of New Jersey. — [Organized 1904.] Pres., John N. Carpcn- 
d^r. New Brunswick. Sec, Cooper H. Prickitt, Burlington. 

Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Mrs. E. F. Feikert, Dunellen. 

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CThurch Ltcgut of tht Ba^iiMtd,^Org0niaimg Stc, Mrt. George Ellsworth Koneib $0f N. 

Broad SL, Eiixabcth. 
J^aughters of tht King,— Diocesan Sec, Mrs. N. B. Bloodgood, z i John St., South Amhof. 
i^wW friendly Society,— Free., Mr*. Morton S. Lewis, 538 Maditon Ave., Elisabctlk 

Sec, Mrt. N. B. Bloodgood. 
Home for Orphan Girls, Sonth Amboy. 
St. Mary's HaU, BnrUngton.—Pres., die Biahop; Rector, the Ker. John Feamley; Primal 

pal, Mra. Feamlcx. 
School of the Good Shepherd, 508 First Ave,, Asbnry Park.— -In charge of the P e a c oa 



iVoman's Anxiliary, Diocesan Bra»cib.~[Orgaiiiied Jannarv, 1876.] Annnd mectiast 
last Wednesday in April. P'res,, Mrs. Arthur S. Phelps, Bound Brooh. Sec^ 
Mrs. Charles J. Taggart, PlaiafiekC N. J. Treas., Miss Isahel Tweedy, 125 Crescwi 
Ave., Plainfidd. 
Junior Department, — Chairman, Mrs. F. D. Weaver, 715 Pcnn St, Camden. 



STATUnCS. 


1910. 


1911. 


Clergy ....I....' ,. 


120 

3 

173 

138 
1,582 

1.197 
22,323 

1,469 
13.465 

I 

$400,125 


121 


Prinit* Ordained 


I 


Chtwch Edifices 


17$ 


Organised Parishes and Miaskms I 


CJttorganized Missions j 

Baptisms 

Confirmed ' 

Communicants • 


175 

1,62a 

1,196 

23,721 

1.458 

I3,a64 

I 


Sunday School Teachers ................................. 


Sunday School Sdiolars ..,, 


Parish' School Teachers 


Parish School Scholars 

Contributions 


- 45 

$436,557 



The 140th Convention will be held in St. Andrew's Church, Mount Holly, May 7, Z9ia. 

THE CLERGY. 
Thi Bishop. 

Archdeacon of the Diocese. — The Rev. R. Bowden Shepherd, Trenton. 
Raral Z^^an^.— Burlington: the Rev. Charles M. Perkins; New Brunswick: the Rev. AlfraA 

Brittin Baker. D l> 
Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — Convocation of Burlington: the Rev. R. S. Brestell, the 

Rev. James Frederick Olmsted, the Rev. Henry R. Gummcy, D.D. Convocation of 

New Brunswick: the Rev. John F. Fenton, the Rev. Elisha B. Joyce, the Rev. Robert 

W. Trenbath. 



PASISHBS AND MISSIONS. 

tAllenhurst 

Alexandria 

Allaire 

Allentown 

Asbury Park 

Atlantic City* *. *. *. '. '. * '. *. *. *. '. *. 

t(Chelsea) ; 

(Longport) ....'...'.*... 

t Avon-by-the-Sca 

Basking Ridge 

tBay Head 

tBeach Haven 

tBelmar 

Bernardsville 

Bfa\in".'.y.','.y,y,','.',y.',y, 

Beverly 

fiordentown 



CHURCHBSAND COMMUNICANTS 

St. Andrew by the Sea. 100.. 

St. Thomas 

Christ 30.. 

Christ ....*. 10.. 

Trinity 3?9.. 

St. Augustine 131.. 

Ascension 559.. 

All Saints 

Good Shepherd 75.. 

Redeemer 

St. Augustine 249 . . 

St. James 137.. 

St. John 

St. Mark 

All Saints 

Holy Innocents 

The Holy Apostles 

St. Bernard ) 232 . . 

St. John Chapel ) 

Good Shepherd 13.. 

St. Stephen 

Christ 210. . 



Livingston Rowe Schuyler.* 
Associate Mission. 

Associate Mission. 
William Newbold BaOy. 
August E. Jensen. 

J Charles Martin Niles, D»D. 

( W. Fenwick Bachman. 
John W. Williams. 

'William Ernest Allen. 



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ames Nelson Deaver. 
ilHam W. Blatchford. 



Thomas Anderson Conover. 
Elliot White.* 
James H. Lamb.* 

i Thomas Anderson Conover. 
John Mitchell Harper.* 
Henry Herbert Shires.* 
homas H. Gordon. 
Herbert J. Cook, D.D. 
J Charles Townsend, Jr. 
(James Thomas Kerr. 



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Bound Brook 

Bridgeton 

Burlington (St. Biury's If*ll> 

Camden (Broadway ft VioU) 

(244^i>^"^^t'Stj) ...... 

crant and York Sts.) . . . 
(Broadway apd l^oyden).. 
(Market Sti, above 4tli).. 

(Crwier ' HUl) * * .' * * .' .' .* .' .'..' 

tCape May Poliit '.'.V.'.'.'/.V 

Carteret 

Cbeesequake 

Chew's Landing 

Oarksboro 

(Hementon 

CoIKngswood ...; 

Columbus 

Cbimecticut Facms 

Cranf ord 

Crosswicks 

Delair 

Dorothy . . .' 

Dunellen 

Eatontown 

fElberon 

Elizabeth (Seott PI. ft East 
Jersey St) 

(East Jersey St., near 
Fourth St.) 

(Diytaioa Stn near Eaal 
Jersey St.) 

(Broadest., bet. E. Jersey 
and Washinffton Sta.).. 

(N. Btoad ft OicMnut St.) 

Fa^rhaven 

Fairview 

Far Hills 

Flemington 

Florence 

Freehold : 

Garwood 

(Hbbsboro 

Gladstone 

Glasaboro 

Gloucester dty 

Haddonfield 

Haddon Heights 

Hammonton 

HelmetU 

Highlands 

Hiffhtstown 

tlsland Heights 

Kenilworth 

Kevport 

Lalcewood 

Lambertville 

Laurel Spring! 

Undea • 

Uttle SiWer 

Long Branch 

Luiaberton 

Magnolia 



CHURCHU AMD 
QpMlCUmCANTa, 



St. Paul 124 

St. Andrew 141 

Holy Innocents . . ., 6a 

St. Barnabas 180 

St. Marjr 500 

Our Saviour 172 

St. Andrew . . . ^ 

St. Augustine 130 

St. James 

St. John 581 

St. Paul 714 

St. Stephen i8x 

St. Wilfrid 134 

St. John 28 

The Advent 57 

St. Peter by the Sea... 

St. Mark 71 

Our Saviour 19 

St. John 49 

St. Peter 58 

St. Mary 7 

Holy Trinity 142 

St Luke 24 

St Luke 15 

Trinity 120 

Grace 31 

Holy Trinity 23 

(Hiurch of the Nativity xS 

Holy Innocents 54 

St James 21 

St James 

Christ 843 

Grace 1,010 

St. Andrew 

St John 1,569 

Trinity 50^ 

Holy Communion 60 

Trinity 62 

St Bernard 

Calvary 31 

St Stephen 63 

St Peter 250 

St Mark 7 

St. John in the Wilder- 
ness 90 

St Luke 39 

St Thomas 78 

Ascension 150 

Grace 298 

St. Mary 99 

St Mark 104 

St George 93 

St Andrew 29 

Trinity 21 

St Philip 37 

St Mark 6 

St. Mary 109 

All Saints 314 

St Andrew 134 

Atonement 42 

Grace 48 

St John 44 

St. James 340 

St Martin in the 

Fields 31 

Christ 14 



Arthur Satttford Pb^s. 
J. Clarke Robbins.* 
John Fearntey. 
Phm Sattakunr Smith. 
James Frederic Olmsted. 
Martin Schaaf Stocfeett 
Roland Ringrwalt. 
Edmund Robert Bennett 
Rudolph Emile BrestaU. 
Alfred G. A. Buxton. 
Rudolph Emile BtretteH. 
Edward Farren Hayward. 
Roland Ringwalt 

Arthur Hess.* 
W. H. Graff.» 
Associate Mission. 
William Ernest Daw. 
Thomas H. Gerdoo. 
Loui« Ramond F. Davis. 
Thomas H. Gordno. 
William James Robertson. 
James Stoddard. 
Qarenoe S. Wood. 

John- Bdgacumbe. 
ames Thomas Kerr. 

Charles M. Perktm. 
Arthur -Sandfbrd Fhelpa. 
Crozier Graham Adams, D.D. 
Paul H. Birdsall.* 

j Henry H. OBerly, D.D. 

I Edward Porter Little.* 

Henry Hale Gifford. 

1 Otis A. Glazebrook, D.D. 

^H. A. Linwood Sadtler. 



Robert MacKettar. 
Cornelius W. Twing. 
John Mitchell Harper. 
Associate Mission. 
Samuel Eugene Handier. 
John Fred'k Millbank. D.D.* 
Associate Mission. 

G. Wharton McMuUin. 
John Mitchell Harper. 
C^harles Bratten DnbeO. 
Carroll Matthew Burck. 
Henry Riley Gummesrv D.D. 
Thomas Theodore Butler. 
William Henry Stone. 
David T. Weidner. 
John Crary Lord. 
Associate Missioa. 

Clarence S. Wood. 
Herbert W. BmentncbauseB 
Edward Ernest MattSews. 
Henry Watson Armstrong. 
G. Wharton McMuUin. 
Harris Cox Rush. 
Frederick P. Sweaey. 
E. Briggs Nash. 



Michael J. Hoffman. 
Thomas H. Gordon. 



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tMBatoiokmg ...... 

Mantua 

Maple Shadft 

Matawan 

Medford' 

MerchantviUe 

MetXichen 

MiddletQWO « 

MUlville 

tMonmouth Beach .. 
Monmouth Junction 

Moorestown 

Mount Holly 

Mullica Um 

Navesink 

New Brunswick .... 



Newbold-Wcstville 

tOcean City 

Palmvra :. 

Panliboro 

Pemberton 

Penn's Neck 

Perth Amboy ...» 



Piscataway 

Pitipan - 
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Jt^etfaerwood) 

(North) 

PleasantviUe . . . . 
Point Pleasant . 

Princeton 

Rahway 

(Upper) 

Rancocas 

Red Bank 



Riverside 

Riverton 

Rocky Hill 

Roselle 

Rumspn 

Salem 

Sand Hills 

Scotch Plains (Fanwood) 

Sea Girt 

Sewaren 

Shedakers 

Shrewsbury 

SomervUle 

South Amboy 

(Emston) 



South River . . . . 
South Vineland 



Spetswood 
tSpring Lake 
SwedesDoro 



trough 

Toms River 

Trenton (Cadwalader PL).. 
(Cor. Hamilton Ave. and 

Whittaker Ave.) 

(Oir. North Qinton and 
Sherman) 



(Wilbur) 



CHURCHBSAJfOGOMMUMICANTS 



St. Simon 80 

St. Barnabas 35 

St. John « 32 

Trinity 42 

St. Peter 8 

Grace 261 

St. Luke 200 

Christ 27 

Christ 73 

St Peter 

St. Paul 23 

Trinity 227 

St. Andrew 313 

St. Stephen 7 

All Saints 128 

Christ 548 

St. John Evangelist ...250 

St. Luke 68 

Holy Trinity 45 

Christ 162 

St. James 40 

Grace 21 

St. George 27 

St. Peter 297 

Holy Cross 40 

St. James 48 

Good Shepherd 33 

Grace 638 

Grace 638 

Heavenly Rest 143 

St. Stephen 133 

Holy Cross 3^5 

St. Mark 56 

St. Mary 96 

Trinity 378 

St. Paul 524 

Holy Comforter 78 

St. Peter 

Trinity 185 

St. Thomas 18 

St. Stephen 176 

Christ 294 

Trinity 48 

St. Luke 241 

St. George 50 

St. John 250 

St. Barnabas 16 

All Saints .'. 64 

St. Uriel the Archangel. 38 

St. John 42 

Our Redeemer 14 

Christ 88 

St. John 291 

Christ 1 

Good Shepherd [647 

Bishop Doane Mem*lJ 

Holy Trinity 100 

Christ IS 

St. Pettr 102 

Holy Trinity 

Trinity 114 

Christ 65 

All Saints 216 

Christ 593 

Grace 450 

St. Andrew 80 

St. James 159 



. CMWGY.. 



Gilbert Livingston Bishop. 
Harold Morse. 
John Bradbume. 

Harold Morse. 
John F. Fenton. 
John G. Fawcett.* 
James McCUntock. 

Associate Mission. 
Robert McKay, D.D. 
James Stoddard. 
Charles Bratten DubcU. 
Jphp Crary i-ord. 
Elisha Brooks Joyce. 
Edward Wheeler Hall. 
Howard E. Thompson. 

Thomas J. Bensley* 
Louis Ramond P. Davis. 
Alexander M. Bastwick 
Elliston J. Perot. 
James L. Lancaster. 
Associate Mission. 
(Elisha Brooks Joyce. 

Charles Bratten DnbelL 
\ Edward Vicars Stevenson. 
IJohn Grixton Currier. 
Cortlandt H. Mailery. 
Elory George Bowers. 
William Sorton McCoy. 
Henry Draper Speakman. 
Harrv Howe Bogiert 
(Alfred Brittin Baker. D.D. 
(Ralph Brouwer Poaeruj. 

Robert Wallace Elliott. 

Robert MacKellar. 
Robert MacKellar. 
Cornelius W. Twing. 

Associate Mission. 
Qarence Sylvester Wood. 
William Dutton Dale. 
Elliston J. Perot. 
Associate Mission. 



James Frederic Olmsted. 
Frederick P. Swesey. 
Clarence Clark Silvester. 

(Henry M. P. Pearse. 

I Weston Edmund (xrimshaw 
Sidney Harrv Dixon. 
(Hiarles M. Perkins. 
William Ernest Daw. 



Reginald Heber Woodwasd. 
Ralph Ernest Urban. 

(Robert Wight Trenbath. 

Milton A. Craft. 
Milton A. Craft. 



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(Broad St) 

(Warren bt n. Perry) ... 

(Ontre St. n. Bridge) . .. 

(Academy St. n. Bridge). 

Vincentown 

VineUnd 

Waterford 

Wenonah 

West Berlin 

Westfield 

Wildwood 

Woodbridge 

Woodbury 



CHUBCHIS AMD 
COMMUNICAMTt. 



St Tohn 6x.. 

St Michael 464*. 

St Paul 209.. 

Trinity 525 • • 

Trinity 36.. 

Trinity 250- • 

Christ 14* • 

All Saints 18.. 

28.. 

St Paul 260.. 

St. Simeon 80.. 

Trinity 64.. 

Christ 209 . . 



Samuel Norris Craven. 

Horace Thomburgh Owtn. 
Hamilton Schuyler. 
Alexander W. Boatwick. 
Charles M. Perkins. 
William Henry Stone. 
Gilbert Livingston Bishop. 
Thomas H. Gordon. 
Sydney Robert Cross. 
Charles W. B. HiU. 
Scott Bogie Rathbun. 
! Edgar Campbell. 



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NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Alcorn, £. C, Philadelphia. 
Ashmead, William N. R., Ida, N. Y. 
Baxter, Edward R.. Camden. 
Beach, R. M., Philadelphia. 
Brewster, C. A., New York. 
Carr, John A., Trenton. 
Cooder, Charles L., D.D., Rahway. 
Downey, Wm. Montgomery, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Faber, George E., Philadelphia. 
Ferguson, f. Dudley, Chaplain. New Jer- 
sey Soldiers' Home, Newark. 
Greaves, Frederick, New York, N. Y. 
Harding, J. McAlpin, Palmyra. 
Headley, Ivory H. B., chap. U. S. A., Fort 



Hamilton, N. Y. 



Kieffer, Henry M., D.D., Atlantic (3ty. 

Lewis, Louis K., (^rma«town. Pa. 

Lighthipe, Lewis Henry, Orange, N. J. 

Matthews, John T., Hammonton. 

Pendleton, Robert Edward, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Phelps, Benjamin R., Downingtown, Pa. 

Pray, S. A. W., Rocky Hill. 

Reilly, Edward M., Haddonfield. 

Smith, Herbert Stanley, Chaplain, U. S. A., 
Parang, Mindinao, P. I. 

Snead, William T., Beverly. 

Spalding, Charles N., D.D., Philadelphia. 

Westermann, Charles, Prince Edward s Isl- 
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NEW MEXICO. 



(INCLUDING TEXAS WEST OF THE PECQS RIVER.) 
MISSIONARY DISTRICT. 



Limits. — The Territory of New Mexico and the following counties in the State of Tesat 
lying to the west of the Pecos River: El Paso, Reeves, Jeff Davis, Presidio, Foley, 
Buchel, Pecos, and Brewster. 
Population (1910), New Mexico, 327,396; Texas, west of the Pecos, 72,608. 
Area — New Mexico, 122,460 sq. m. Texas, west of the Pecos, 30,880 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rev. John Mills Kendeick^ D.D., Missionary Bishop. (1889.) Residence, 

810 North (Tampbell St., El Paso, Texas. 
Secretary, — ^The Rev. Jesse S. Moore, East Las Vegas, N. M. 
Registrar. — Dr. William S. Harroun, Santa Fe. 
Treasurer of Convocation. — W. J. Johnson, Albuquerque, N. M. 
Treasurer of Missionary District. — Rufus J. Palen, Santa Fe, N. M. 
Chancellor.— The Hon. L. Bradford Prince, LL.D., Santa F^, N. M. 



Council of Advice. — Clerical, the Rev. Henry Easter, Pres., El Paso, Tex. 
liam E. Warren. Lay, J. Stoney Porcher, Richard H. Smith. 



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HISTORICAL NOTES. 
'X'hc first Christian services were by priests of "the Holy Roman Church/' who accompa- 
nied the Spanish adventurers add explorers early in the sixteenth century. Santa Fi 
became the Sec of an Archbishop and a full hierarchy was esublished. In 1866, the 
Rev. John Woart, Chaplain in the United Sutes Army, sutioned at Fort Union, held 
services for the garrison, and the English-speaking people in the vicinity in the Fort 
Chapel. He also officiated occasionally at Santa h€ and other places in the territory. 
The House of Bishops at the sessions of the General Convention held in Philadelphia, 
in October, 1865, acting upon a communication from the Board of Missions, appor- 
tioned "the territories not now organized into Dioceses," among five Missionary 
Bishops. The fourth of them was to have the title of "The Missionary Bishop of 
Nevada and parts adjacent," and was to exercise "jurisdiction in Nevada, Utah, Ari* 
4Eoxia, and New Mexico." On October 21, the House of Bishops nominated for the 
Jurisdiction the Rev. Robert lames Parvin, Rector of St. Paul's Church, Cheltenham, 
Pennsylvania. The House of Deputies failed to confirm the nomination. On October 
23, the Rev. Dr. Mark Antony De Wolfe Howe, Rector of St. Luke's Church, Phila- 
delphia, was nominated and duly confirmed. Upon his declination, at a special ses- 
sion of the House of Bishops held in New York City, on October 4, z86o, the mis- 
sionary field in the Northwest was rearranged. The territories of New Mexico -and 
Utah were detached from Nevada. Montana and Idaho detached from the jurisdic- 
tion of Colorado,^ and New Mexico added to it. Bishop Randall in the summer of 
x868 made a visitation of New Mexico on which Mr. Woart accompanied him. A 
parish was formed at Santa Fe pn September 14, 1866, which enjoyed only occasional 
ministrations until 1875, when the Rev. Henry Forrester took charge. During the 
sessions of the General Convention in the city of New York, in October, 1874, the 
House of Bishops constituted New Mexico and Arizona a.Missionai^ Jurisdiction, to 
which, on November 2, the Rev. William Forbes Adams, Rector of St. Paul's Church, 
New Orleans, Louisiana, was nominated. His nomination was duly confirmed by the 
House of Deputies, and he was consecrated in his parish church on January 17, 1875. 

I^irst Bishop of New Mexico and Arisona.—Wii.hiAu Forbes Adams (187s)- Resigned 
in 1877. Now Bishop of Easton. 

Second Bishop of New Mexico and Arisona. — Pborgb Kklly Dumlop. Born, Novemlber 
10, 1830. Consecrated, November 21, 1880. Died, March xa, x888. 

[The two territories were erected into separate Missionary Districts in 1892.] 



CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Wotnan's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized April, 1884.] 
lock, 910 N. Kentucky Ave., Roswell. 



Sec, Mrs. E. N. Bul- 



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The 20th Annual Convocation will be held in the Church of the Good Shepherd, 
Silver City, N. M., May i and 2, 19 12. 

THE CLERGY. 

Thb Bishop. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — The Rev, Harvey Milton Shields, the Rev. Ernest N. 
Bullock. 

Archdeacon of New Mexico. — ^The Rev. William Edward Warren, Albuquerque. 

Archdeacon of El Paso. — ^The Rev. Henry Easter, El Paso, Texas. 



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Frederick Willey Piatt. 
William Edward Warren. 
Harvey Milton Shfelds. 
Leonidas Ward Smith. 
Henry E^kster. 
William F. Higby. 

William Edward Warren. 
Leonidas Ward Smith. 
Hunter Lewis. 
Leonidas Ward Smith. 
Jesse Sketchley Moore. . 
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Crossj Edward S., Poughkcepsie, N. Y. I Rttffner, HeUrj^ Watson, Benver, Golo. 
Dubois, George McL, Canon City, Colo. j Mythem, James G., Santa Fe. 

Gray, E. D. McQ., Albuquerque. . | 



DIOCESE OF NEW YORK. (A. D. 1785.) 

Limits.— riitf counties of New York, Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Richmond, Rockland, 
Sullivan, Ulster, and Westchester, in the State of New York, 

Population (1900), a.6<;9»3.?8. Area^ s,500 sq* m. 

The Rt. Rev. David Hummell Greer, D.D., LL.D., Bishop. (1904.) Office and Resi- 
dence, 7 Gramercy Park, New York. 

The Rt. Rev. Charles Sumner Burgh, D.D., Bishop Suffragan. (1911.) Residence, 
Riverdale-on*Hudson. 

Secretary of Convention. — ^The Rev. Robert B. Kimber, 608 Riverside Drive, New York. 

Assistant Secretaries. — ^The Rev. Hiram R. Hulse, New York; the Rev. Charles K. Gil- 
bert, Millbrook: the Rev. Frank R. Jones. 

rr*«»rtfr.-— Richard M. Pott, 214 East 23d St. 

Registrar. — ^The Rev. George Francis Nelson, D.D., 416 Lafayette St. 

Standing Committee, — Clerical, the Rev. William Mercer Grosvenor, D.D., Pres.; the Rev. 
F. M. Clendennin, D.D., the Rev. William Thomas Manning, D.D., the Rev. Alex- 
ander G. Cummins, Litt.D. Lay, George Macculloch Miller, George Zabriskie, Sec; 
Charles H. Russell, Ambrose S. Murray. 

HISTOIHCAL NOTES. 

The surrender of New Netherlands in 1664 to the English brought of necessity an Eng- 
lish garrison into the Fort of New York. But while there may have been an occa- 
sional service by the Chaplain of some regirotht temporarily stationed in the city, 
provision for a permanent Chaplaincy to the garrison was delayed unHI* i6t4. It 
was four years later. z678, when the first Chaplain was appointed, the Rev. Charles 
Wolley. a recent graduate of Cambridge Ul^versity; He remained for two years 
ministering to all who attended the services in the Fort Chapel, as well as the sol- 
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•diqM. T-ke motft .noted <4 JiU «ucQr8SOf« was .tbt JStmn Dr. AlaiuMtfer Inoas* alttnivd 
a mtssjimanr tn New Jersey; .the R«v. |oh« MUIor, -^o pnwmtd the first plan for 
am Afncrican fiplscopatef tbc JUv. Dt, John Shacpe, wJiose gilt of books waa tbe first 
nucleus of tke lirst public Ubraiy in tbe Middle Colenies; tbe Rey. Dr. Robert Jen- 
ney, afterward - Rector ot Cbnst Cburcb, Pbiladelpbia. The last Cbaplain, who served 
from i7M to X740f -was the Rev. janes Orem. He spent the closinf years of hia 
life in England. The first steps toward forming a parish of the Church oi England 
in the Province were taken shortly after the passage of the Ministry Act of Septem- 
ber, 1693, when a company of Churchmen, some high in ofitcial life, formed tbem- 
selves into a body known as "The present managers of the affairs of the Church of 
England in the City of New York.*' By them all preliminary steps were taken, land 
was chosen for a church edifice and burying ground without the North City Gate and 
Wall, and the funds gathered for the building. On May 6, 1697, a charter of incor- 
poration was granted by the Governor, Colonel Benjamin Fletcher, under the title 
of "The Rector and Inhabitants of our said City of New Yorkc, in communion of 
our Protestant Church of England as now established by our laws." The Rector 
named in the Charter was the Right Reverend and Right Honourable Henry Compton, 
Bishop of London. As his "preacher assistant*' the charter named the Rev. William 
Vesey, who had already under the ministry been chosen a Minister of New York and 
was officiating in the parish, which even then was known as Trinity Church and is 
so called in several places in the charter. The nominal rectorship of the Bishop of 
London was succeeded soon after 1700 by the actual and legal rectorship of Dr. 
Vesey. The earliest services by English Chaplains in Westchester County date from 
1708. The earliest services were held in- Dutchess County by the Rev. Samuel Sea- 
bury, afterward the Bishop, in the course of a missionary tour. The earliest services 
in Orange and Ulster counties were by the Rev. Richard Charlton, about 1733. His 
missionary circuit included New Windsor on the Hudson River, Otter-kill in Orange 
County, and Walkill in Ulster County. The earliest service in Putnam County was 
about 1837. The earliest service in Rockland County was about 1845. 

First Bishop. — Samubl Provoost. Born, March 11, 1742. Consecrated in Lambeth 
Chapel, February 4, 1787, by John Moore, Archbishop of Canterbury; William Mark- 
ham, Archbishop of York; Charles Moss, Bishop of Bath and Wells, and John Hinch- 
cliff. Bishop 01^ Peterborough. Died,. September 6, 181 5. One of the three Bishops 
through whom the American Church received the English succession. Second Presid- 
ing Bishop, 1792-1795. 

Second Bishop, — Benjamin Moorb. Born, October s, 1748. Consecrated, September xi, 
1 80 1. Dted, February 27. 1816. • 

Third Bishop. — John Henry Hobart. Born, September 14, 1775. Consecrated, May 29, 
181 1. Died, September 10, 1830. 

Fourth Bishop. — Benjamin Tredwell Ondbrdonk. Born, July 15, 1791. Consecrated, 
November 26, 1830. Died, April 30, 186 1. 

Provisional Bishop. — Jonathan Mayhew Wain Wright. Born. February 24, 1792. Con' 
secrated, November lo, 1852. Died, September 21, 1854. 

Fifth Bishop* — Horatio Potter. Bom February 9, 1802. Consecrated, November 22, 
1854. Died, January 2, 1887- 

Sixth Btshop. — Henry Codman Potter. Bom, May 25, 1834. Consecrated, October 20, 
1883. Died, July 21, 1908. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church Club of New York, 53 E. s6th St. — [Org. 1887; Inoor. 1893.] For the promotion of 
the history and doctrines of the Church, to stimulate the efforts of Churchmen for 
the welfare and for the maintenance of the Faith, and to maintain a library and 
reading-room. Pres., George Gordon King, 281 Fourth Ave. Sec, Frank T. Warbur- 
ton, 68 William St. Treas., Henry W. Munroe, 30 Pine St., New York City. 

Church League of the Baptised. — Diocesan Sec, Mrs. J. Breckenridge Gibson, Van Sice 
Ave., Yonkers. 

Church Mission of Help, 37 East sSth Street, New York.-^Yor the wayward girl and^ the 
unmarried mother whose connection is with the Episcopal Church. Help is given 
through advice, shelter, employment and befriending. Board of Directors: The Rt 
Rer. David H. Greer, D.D., LL.D., Honorary President; the Rt. Rev. Charles Sumner 
Burch, Honorary Vice Pres.; Rev. William T. Manning, D.D., President; William M. 
Polk, M.D.; Mr. Thomas N. Rhinelander, Treasurer; Mrs. Caroline B. Alexander, 
Rev. Hugh Birckhead, D.D., Mr. John M. Glenn, Mrs. John M. Glenn, Rev. J. O. 
S. Huntington, O.H.C., Rev. Henry Lubeck, LL.Dy D.C.L., Admiral Alfred T. 
Mahan, Rev. John Mockridge, Miss Ruth Morgan, Mrs. H. W. Muroe, Mr. A. G. 
Paine, Jr., Mrs. William B. Rice, Mr. Jacob A. Riis, Rev. Howard C. Robbins, Rev. 
Theodorte Sedgwick, Mr. Mortimer Singer, Rev. Charles L. Slattery, D.D., Rev. 
Ernest M. Stires, L.H.D., Mr. George Zabriskie. Application should be made to the 
Secretary, Miss Adams. 

Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Mrs. M. E. Thomas, 980 Simpson St, 
The Bronx, New York. 

Columbia University. — (See Educational Institutions.) 

Corporation for the Relief of Widows and Children of Clergymen of the Protestant 
Bpieeopal Church in the State of New For*.-— [Incor. 179*. J Pree., the Rt Rev. the^ 

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Bishop of New York. Sec, the Rev. William J. Seabory, D.D,, 4( Chclaea Square. 
irgas,, William Harjaon, 6a William du, ^lew iork. Annual meeung on Uic 
lucbday betore the last Wedneaday ot bepteml>cr in each year. Annual contribuboo 
trom Clergymen to secure annuities to widows and minor children, ftf. 

Daughters of the King* — Diocesan Hec, Mrs. Raymond Pierpont. 

iuut ^ute House Settlement, foot of jtih Street, t,, K., t4ew York* — Lincor. 1S91.J 
Pres., James S. Cushman. Treas., James L. Liaidiaw. Sec, Sigmund Pollitzer, M.D. 
Head Worker, Miss M. deG. Trenholm, to whom all applications should be made. 

"Gallaudet Home for Deaf Mutes/' toughkeepsie. — This Home was incorporated in 1872. 
The domestic department is entrusted to a board of lady managers. Fres., Mrs. C. 
M. Nelson. Treas., Mrs. Uenry Bartlett, 17 Cannon St., Pougnkeepsie. This Home 
is founded for the aged and inhrm deaf mutes of the State of iSew, ^ork, who arrive 
at the age of sixty, and is supported by charitable contributions. 

General I Heuiogtcal :>eminary, LHetsea square. — (.bee p. 61.; 

Girls' Friendly Society in America. — (Diocese of New York.) Seventy parochial branches. 
Fres., Miss Caroline Bunker, 680 Madison Ave. Sec, Miss M. L. R. Satterleee, 44 
West 9th St. Associate for Commended Members, Mrs. J. S. Day, 136 East 49th St. 
Vacation House, Huntington Harbour, L. I. 

Grace Hospital {comprtstng tiie House of Simeon, House of Anna, and the House of the 
Holy Child); a Home for Old Men, Old Women, and a Temporary Home for Litt'te 
Chtldren (414 jb". 14^/1 Street). — House Mother, Miss Laura A. Webster, Deaconess. 

Grace Memorial House. The Day Nursery, 94 Fourth Avenue. — Deaconess Gardner^ 
House Mother. 

Grace i\etghbourhood House, 98 Fourth Ave. — Deaconess Gardner, House Mother. 

Holy Cross Mission {Sisters of St. John Baptist), 300 E. Fourth St. — Mission work in 
connection with the Holy Cross Church, Ave. C and Fourth St., and Boarding 
House for Working Gi-rls. 

Home for Incurables, Fordham. — Lincor. 1866.] Provides a home for that large class of 
sutferers whose diseases are pronounced incurable, and whose rehnement, education, 
social position, and religious character, debar them from the public institutions. 
Pres., Frederick C. Wagner. Vice Fres., Anthony Dey. Sec, Israel C. Jones, M.D., 
183d St. and Third Ave. Treas., R. M. Gallaway, 40-42 Wall St. Medical Superin- 
tendent, Israel C. Jones, M.D. Chaplain, the Rev. Alfred James Derbyshire. 

Home I or uta Men ana Aged Louples, Atnsteraam Avenue ana H2tn Street. — lincor. 
Liiy^.j i'roviuca a huiiic lor mose whu. having been m cointortable circumstances, 
inrough miaioitunc tind themselves in their olU age without means 01 support. I^u- 
itor, ex-ofjtcio, the Bishop. Fres., the Rev. William H. Vibbert, D.D. ireas., Anson 
U. Moran, 25 Broad St. Sec, Richard P. Kent, 10 Spruce bt. 

"House of the Annunciation for Crippled and Incurable Children," 37^0 Broadway, cor. 
155th Street. — lincor. 1893. J Receives Destitute, incurable and crippled girls from 
four to sixteen years of age. Warden, the Rev. T. Lawrence Cole, D.D. Treas., 
Mother Francesca, Sisters of the Annunciation. St. Elisabeth's House, Wilton, 
Conn., is the summer home of the Sisterhood. 

"House of the Holy Comforter: Free Church Home for Incurables," i^gth St. and River- 
side Drive. — Lincor. 1880.] A free home for Protestant women and girls suffering 
from an incurable disease, who are without means of support and cannot be received 
into other institutions. Visitor, the Bishop. Fres., the Rev. William H. Vibbert, D.D. 
JHec, J. Saniord Barnes, 49 Wall St. Ireas., Beverly Chew. 49 Wall St. 

House of Mercy, 214th Street and Bolton Road, New York City.. — L Founded 1854.] 
For the reception and reformation of destitute and fallen women and the carrying 
on of simple industries to train and support the inmates, in charge of the Sisters ot 
St. Mary. Chaplain, the Rev. W. Brown-Serman. Treas., Charles N. Kent, Inwood, 
New York City. Sec, Charles A. Schermerhorn, 1286 Broadway. 

House of Rest for Consumptives. Office, 59 East 59th Street. Hospital at Bolton Road, 
near 2ogth Street, Inwood, Ne^ York City* — This corporation cares for all persons 
suffering from phthisis and other pulmonary complaints. Its special province is to 
care for the later suges of the disease, but it is always glad to receive incipient cases 
when there is a vacancy. Applications for admission should be made to the Superin- 
tendent, George F. Sauer, at the Hospital. Fres., Woodbury G. Langdon, 59 East 
59th St. Vice Fres., Andrew C. Zabriskie, 52 Beaver St. Sec, Howard Townsend, 
32 Nassau St. Treas., Charles Frederick Hoffman, 258 Broadway. 

Italian Mission, The, of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the City of New York.— 
[Incor. 1886.] Fres., the Bishop. Sec. and Treas., Charles P. Bull, 32 Nassau St. 
"Laura Franklin Free Hospttal for Children in the City of New York;* 17 and 19 t- 
iiith Street. — Supt., Miss Frances L. Lurkins. 

Loomis Sanatorium for Consumptives, Liberty, Sullivan County, N. Y. — [Incor. 1894- J 
Fret., Mrs. Richard Irvin, i Weat 39th St. Vice Free., Mrs. John Dynel^ Prince. 
Sec, Mrs. Frank H. Potter. Treas., Mr. Henry R. Taylor, 30 Pine St. Fhystctan- 
in-Chief, Herbert Maxon King, M.D. Chaplain, 



"Midnight Mission" having charge of St. Michael's Home, Mamaroneck, N. Y. — Recep-y 
tion Rooms, United Charities Building, New York,^[Incor. 1868.] Fres., Dr. Stuy- 
vesant F. Morris. Sec. and Treas., i^rancis Parkman, 24 Nassau St. 
New York Training School for Deaconesses. — (See Religious Institutions.) 
New York Immigrant Port Chaplaincy of the Protestant Episcopal ChurcK^-Chaplains,. 
the Rev. S. H. Watkins, the Rev. Ferdinand Lugscl^u^cr.^ ^^^Je^g |§t. 



1912] NEW YORK. 'Zfi5 

Nettf York Protestant Episcopal City Mission Society, '^[Incor. 1833.] Pres,, ex-officto, 
tlie Bishop. Sec, Cbarle* P. Bull, Mutual Life Building. Treas,, Lincoln Cromwell. 
3« Blcecker St. Snpt., the Rev. Robert B. Kimber, 38 Bleecker St. Chapeu ana 
Aiisston Houses of the Soctety: Chapel of the Messuh, Chapel of St. PrisciUa, Stan- 
ton St., Church of San Salvatore (Italian), St. Cypnan's Chapel (Coloured People), 
Chapel ok St. Barnabas' House, Chapel of (jod's Providence House, Chapel of Cbrist 
tlie Consoler (Bellevue Hospital), Ctiapel of the Good Shepherd (Blackwell's Island), 
Emigrant Station (Ellis island), and Missions to all the public institutions ot the 
city. Offices of the Soctety, Clergy House, 38 Bleecker St. 
"Orphans' Home and Asylum of the Protestant hptscopat Church in New York." — Office, 
at the Home, Convent Ave. and 135th St. Country Hotne, Fishkill-on-Hudson, 
XM. Y. Lincor. 1859.] Pres., Mrs. Byam K. Stevens, 11 £ast 78th St. freas,, Mrs. 
£. S. Hamilton, 76 Madison Ave. Sec, Miss Sophie £. Langdon, 719 t'ltth Ave. 
Children received between the ages of ^ and 8 years. Ihe Committee on the 
Adimission of Children are at the Home, Fridays, from 12 to i o'clock. 
Peabody Home for Aged and Indigent Women, 3064 Boston Avenue, corner 179th Street, 
New York. — ^A free and unsectarian home for aged women who, from want of means, 
cannot obtain admission into other institutions of similar character. Supported by 
voluntary contributions. Pres., H. R. Kunhardt, 17 Battery Place. Sec, Rcbert Y. 
Hebden, 64 Wall St., Treas., J. Corlies Lawrence, 158 Broadway. Chaplain, 
Prison Gutid. — Pres., Mrs. Beekman de Peystcr. Sec, Mrs. Frederick K. Porter. Treas,, 

Miss Mary Vanderpoel. 
"Protestant hpiscopal Society for Promoting Religion and Learning in the State of New 
York, The." — Incor. 1839.] Pres., the Bishop. Sec and Supt,, the Rev. William J. 
Seabury, D.D., 8 Chelsea Sq. Treas., William Harison, 6a William St., New York. 
Seamen's Church Institute of New York. — Sustains Floating Church of Our Saviour, 
foot of Pike St., East River; Church of the Holy Comforter for Sailors, 341 West 
St., North River; with Missions and Reading Rooms, 341 West St.; also Mission and 
Reading Rooms, and a Free Shipping Bureau for Seamen, at i State St.; and Sailor t' 
Hotne, 17-21 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn. Pres., the Bishop. Cor. Sec, George B. Bon- 
ney, 49 Wall St. Rec Sec and Treas., V. T. Warburton, 68 William St. Superin- 
tending Chaplain, the Rev. A. R. Manslield, i State St. 
"Shelter for Respectable Girls," 212 E. 46th Street. — A temporary home for girls needing 
protection or work. Hon. Pres., Bishop Greer. Acting Pres., the Rev. George S. 
Baker, D.D. Sec, Thomas Whittaker. Treas., J. Hull Browning, 199 Chambers St. 
Resident Deaconess, Miss Katharine Gillmour, 212 East 46th St. 
Society of St. Johnland, King's Park, L .1. — (See Institutions and Societies.) 
Soctety of St. Martha" (St. Martha's Industrial School) ^ Bronxvilte.^ilncoT. 1883.] 
An industrial training home for children and young girls of good character, but 
whose manual training has been neglected. Address, Mother Superior, Sisters of St. 
Joseph of Nazareth. 
5"*. Agatha.—A Church School for Girts, 553 & 559 West End Avenu'e.—iS. Y. P. E. 
Public School. [Incor. 1806.] Prin., Emma G. Sebring, A.M. Sec, the Rev. W. J. 
Seabury, D.D. Treas., S. E. Nash, 68 Broad St. 
St. Andrew's Convalescent Hospital for Women, Girls, and Children, axx and 213 East 
17th Street.^-V ndtr charge of St John Baptist Sisterhood. Pres,, William M. Bar- 
num, 25 Broad St. Treas., Charles L. Kingsley. is Dey St. Sec, H. Stuyvesant 
Dudley, 43 Exchange Place. 
"St. Bartholomew's Loan Association of New York City," an East 42d Street, New 
York.— Pres.. the Rev. Leighton Parks, D.D. Sec, A. W. Krech. 74 Broadway. 
Treas., William A. Greer, is Nassau St. Manager, Daniel R. Kennedy. 
St, Faith's House, Tarry town, N. Y. — [Incorporated 1901.] For the rescue, shelter and 
training of young girls who have fallen for the first time, especially maternity cases. 
Visitors, the Bishops of the Diocese. President and Workers in Charge, Miss Lena 
McGhee. 
5"/. John Baptist School (for Girls), 231 E. 17th St. — Chaplain \\it Rev. Walter H. Moore. 
St, John's Mission, St. John's, Rockland County (for Poor Boys). ^Matron, Mrs. A. B. 

St, Luke's Home and Hospital of Newburgh and New Windsor.^Supt,, Mary E. de 
Pencier, R. N. « r « 1 

St. Luke's Home for Aged Women, 29M Broadway and ix^th Street. — [Incor. 1854-] 
Visitor, the Bishop. Pres., the Rev. William H. Vibbert. D.D. Vice Pres., Charles 
F. Hoflfman. Treas., William T. Innes, 21 E. 20th St. Sec. Charles F. Ostrander, 
SO W. S3<i St. Board of Managers: Pres., Mrs. J. Tarrett Blodgett. Sec, Mrs. C. 
DeWitt Bridgeman. Treas., Mrs. Morris Wilkins, 109 W. 4Sth St. Accommodates 
eighty-three inmates, who must be gentlewomen not less than sixty years of age and 
members of a church represented in the Board. 

"St, Luke's Hospital," Cathedral Heights, 113th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, New 
York. — [Founded 1850.] Pres., George Macculloch Miller. Treas., H. D. Babcock, 
32 Liberty St. Sec, Hoffman Miller. Pastor and Supt., the Rev. George Frederick 

St, Mory'^s Free Hospital for Children, 405-411 W, 34»* Street,— X?ontiM\t7aA Visitar, 
the Bishop. Treas., Sister Catharine. And in connection with it St Mary'i Sutnmer 
Hospital. Norwalk, Conn.; 'The Noyea Memorial Home," PeektUll, N. Y.. and ^ 



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St, Mary'f Schoifl, Movnt St. GabiHgi, Ptaiukili.^r*^ tohdol tor «irU, vmdw the cfaatge of 
Oic .Sistfli'S of St. Mary, New York. Addfiess, Sitter Supenor. 

•St Michael's Botne, M^mar^Heck»***^or ialten ^ris, Preveni»re cues «l«o ttcocpted. 
Undcir tlw Si»t«rliood oi SL John Jiftptist. 

St. St0p*wn's CfiUfig€^ /4nfioNtfo/#.— (See Educatiooal Institations.) 

"The Church Misswn to Deaf M»itee,"^lLacot, i87«J H«ldt eenmet in fmir OJocetct, 
mimaterf to tlie sick and poor, and maintains the <3a)iaudet Home for tke Agad and 
In&tm in the State of New York. Pros,, the Bishop, ex-offieia. General Manager. 
the Rev. John Chamberlain, D.D.. 619 West 145th St. Treas., H. G. Wisner, 45 Cot- 
ton £xchangie. New York. 

"The New York Bibie and Common Prayer-Booh Society/' -^Pres., the Bishop. Sec, 
Edwin S. Gorbam, 37 ^ast 28th St. Treas., John McLean Nash, 63 Wall St. Agent, 
Richard M. Pott, 214 E. 23d St. 

*'The Sands Pund/'-^A trust fund of which the interest is paid to the Bishop and ex- 
pended by him. The Trustees are: the Bishop, tlie Secretary of the New York Con- 
vention, the Treasurer of the Convention, and the Treasurer of the Episcopal Fund. 
The amount of the fund is now $7,000. 

"The Sheltering Arms," 129th Street, Amsterdam Ax'enue and Old JBroadwoy. — [Incor. 
1864.] Receives homeless children between six and twelve years of aee for whom no 
other institution provides. Pres., William R. Peters, 55 John St. Sec, Charles B. 
Mayer, 92 William St. Treas., C. W. Maury, 504 W. 129th St. Physicians, L. A. 
Rodenstein, M.D., and W. W. Bostwick, M.D. 

"The Society for the Relief of the Destitute BUnd of the City of New York and its 
Vicinity' (Home for the BUnd), Amsterdam Avenue and loalk Street, New York.— 
[Founded 1868.J Furnishes a comfortable home for the adult blind, and provides 
them with work in the Home. Visitor, the Bishop. Pres., H. £. Howland, 35 WaB 
St. Sec, C. A. Schermerhorn, 1328 Broadway. Treas., Henry C. Swords, 30 Nassau 

"The Trustees of the Fund for Aged and Infirm Clergymen of the Protestant Episcopal 
Church in the Diocese of Naw York."— Sec, Robert W. B. Elliott, $9 Wall St. Treas., 
Robert B. Dodson, a Wall St. Asst. Treas., *'The Union Trust Company of New 
York." 

"The Trustees of the Leake and WattsT Orphan House in the City of New York,"— 
[Incor. 183 1.] This institution, located near Yonkers, N. Y., receives, maintains, 
and educates, free of charge, helpless orphan children, without regard to the relagiottf 
persuasion of deceased parenta. It aims to give the children the best possible sumwrt 
and instruction suited to their needs, including manual training. Rev. Edward B. 
Coe, D.D., Pres. John M. Knox, Treas., 80 and 82 William St. George R. Brown, 
Supt., Yonkers. 

"The Trustees of the Parochial Fund of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese 
of New York." — Treas., George A. Crocker, Jr., 99 John St. 



Trinity School. 



. 139-143 J*'. 9^st Street, New York 

Trustees of the Episcopal Fund of the Diocese of New York. — Sec. and Treas., 



Educational Institutions.) 



John 



McLean Nash, 63 WaU St. 

"Trustees of St. Luke's Retreat in the City of New York." — Provides free sites for Chris- 
tian institutions for the relief of the sick, the suffering, the aged, and the poor. 
Treas.. Robert S. Minturn, 109 E. aist St. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch.— Annual meeting: the last Tuesdav in November, 
the Bishop presiding. Pres.. Mrs. E. Walpole Warren, 823 Madison Ave. First Vice 
Pres., Miss Elizabeth Ray Delafield, s West soth St. Second Vice Pres., Mrs. Henry 
L. Hobart, 43 Fifth Ave. Sec, Miss Margaret A. Tomes, 136 East 30th St. Treas., 
Mrs. Edwin S. Jarrett, 105 East 19th St. 

Junior Department. — Cor. Sec, Miss A. R. Thurston, 1 1 1 East 64th St. 

RaKgious Orders in the Diocese. — (See Religious Orders.) 



STATISTICS. 



Qergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Unorganized Missions 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sundav School Scholars 

Contri notion j« 



1909. 



1910.* 



396 
16 


412 
17 


255 


25s 


255 


255 


7,206 
4,514 

87,111 
3,657 

35,608 
^2,641,422 


6,620 

4,871 

86,259 

3,623 

33,472 

$2,916,244 



The 129th Annual Convention will meet in New York, on the second Wednesday in 

November, 1912. 



paHsi 



*Owing to the fact that the Convention assembles after the Almanac has gone to 

s, the figures above are given for 1910. Also, a printed request was sent to every 

in th<^ diorrse. asVinsr the titimher of rommunioants and names of the clerical staff. 



in the majority of cases answers were received, and corrections were made accordingly. 
la the remaining instances the figures for 19 10 have been necessarily retained. 

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THE CLERQY. 

CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST. JOHN THE DIVINE, NEW YORK. 
Ths Bishop. 

Dean, — The Venr Rev. William Mercer Grosvcnor, D.D. 

j^rchdeacon of New York (New York and Richmond Counties). — 

\^rckd€aeon of West Chester (Counties on east side of the Hudson River). — 

Archdeacon of Orange (Counties on west side of tlie Hudson River). — 

Canon Residentiary. — The Rev. George William Douglas, D.D. 

Canon Precentor, — ^The Rev. 'Ernest Voorhees, D.D. 

Canon Registrar. — The Rev. George Frederick Clover. 

Canon Bursar.—The Rev. Robert Ellis Jones, D.D. ^ ^ 

Canons Missioner.^Tht Rev. John Cornell, the Rev. Pascal Harrower, the Rev. Robert 

B. Kimber. 
Bishop's Examining Chaplains.— The Rev. J. Lewis Parks, D.D., the Rev. George William 

Douglas, D.D., the Rev. Hiram R. Hulse, the Rev. Lawrence T. Cole, D.D., the Rct. 

Pascal Harrower, the Rev. H. P. Nichols, D.D., the Rev. Henry Lubeck. LUiU, 

D.C.L., the Rev. £. S. Middleton. 



PARXSKSS AJTD MISKOITl. 



Ameoia ... 
Annandale 



(Red Hook) .... 
Arden. Greenwood 

Arlington 

Barrvtown 

Bedford 

Brewster 

Bronxville 

Callicoon 

Chappaqua 

Chelsea 

Chester *.. 



Cold Spring 

Cornwall 

Croton-on-Hudson 
Deans (^mers . . . 
Dobbs Ferry 



Dover Plains 

Eastchester 

EUenville 

Elmsford (Greenburgh) 



Fieldhome 

Fishkill 

Fishkill Landing 

Garrison (Phtlipsetown) 

Glenham 

Goshen 

Greenwood Lake 

Harrison 

Hastings-on-Hudson . . . 
Haverstraw 



High Falls 

Highland 

Highland Falls . . . 
Hopewell Junction 

Hyde Park 

Irvington 

Tones Point 

Kingston 

(Kondout) 



Kitchawan .... 
Lake Mahopac 
Larchmont .... 



.CHUKCBBSAifS COMMVNICAMTS 



St. Thomas 



Holy Innocents 

St. Peter's Chapel 

St. John 33. 

St. Andrew 

St. John 53- 

St. Matthew 79- 

St. Andrew 150- 

dirist i76« 

St. James 48- 

St. Mary the Virgin . . 49 . 

St. Mark 8. 

St. Paul 57. 

St. Mary 234. 

St. John 182. 

St, Augustine 73 . 

St. Peter 

Zion 128. 

St. James 40 . 

St. Paul 95- 

St. John 186. 

St. Joseph of Arima- 

thea 63. 

St. Catharine's 53 . 

Trinity 47 . 

St. Andrew 214. 

St. Philip 150. 

St. John Baptist 36. 

St. James 214. 

Good Shepherd 35 . 

All Saints 121. 

Zion Chapel 135. 

St. Luke 

Trinity 241 . 

St. John 22. 

Holy Trinity 28 . 

Holy Innocents 120 . 

Resurrection 49 . 

St. Tames 131. 

St. Barnabas 279 . 

House of Prayer 12. 

Holy Cross 440* 

Holy Spirit 150- 

St. John 400 • 

Good Shepherd 

Holy Communion 50. 

St. John 248. 



James Marion Robertson. 

(William C. Rodgers, D.D. 
i Geo. Bailey Hopson, D.D. 

L Herbert M. Clarke. 

J. Holmes McGumness, D.D. 
Roland Cuthbert Ormsbee. 

Lea Luquer, D.D. 
James Lewis Lasher. 
Albert D. Willson. 
Uriah Symonds. 
William Whiting Davis. 
George Andrew Green. 
J. H. McGuinness, D.D. 

Elbert Floyd-Jones. 
Wm. Williamson Page, D.D. 
Alonzo Cushman Stewart. 
James Lewis Lasher, 
j Robert Maurice Berkeley. 
( Walter Archbold. 
Charles Kendall Gilbert. 
John C. Seagle. 
Hugh Pooley Hobson. 



Lay Reader in Charge. 
Clinton Uurant Drumm. 
George Andrew Green. 
Edward Clowes Chorley. 
Clinton Durant Drumra. 

Archdeacon of Orange. 
George K. MacNaugnt. 
Walter Archbold. 

(diaries Calvin Proffitt. 
W. J. Clarke Agnew. 
Eli D. Sutcliffe. 
William Reed Thomas, D.D., 
Thomas Burrows. 

Royal H. Balcom. 

Charles Mercer Hall. 
Paul Rogers Fish. 
Henry Mesier. 

James Oswald Davis. , 



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rAai9Hn and misioiri. 



Lewisboro 

Liberty 

(Loomis Sanatorium)... 

Lithgow 

MadaUn (Tivoli) 

Mamaroneck 

Manttou 

Marlborough 

Matteawan 

Middletown 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milton 

Mohegan 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Monticello 

Montrose 

Mt. Kisco 

Mount Vernon 

Newburgh 

(Balmville) 

New* city* '. '. *. *. '. *. '. '. *. * '. *. ' * ! 

New Hamburg 

New PalU 

New Rocbelle 

(Wilmot)* *.*.*.*.'.'.'.*.*.*.'.*.*.* 
New Windsor 

New York (West End Ave. 
and 8i8t St.) 

(Henry and Scammel Sts.) 

rSt Nicholas Ave. bet 

114th & iistb Sts.).... 

(5th Ave. and loth St.).. 

(8 and 10 Horatio St.).. 

(245 W. 43d St.) 

(Madison Ave. near 89th 
St.) 

Uth Ave. and aist St.).. 
(346 E. 23d St.) 

(Broadway and 7i8t St.) 
(207 W. 69th St.) 

(Lexington Ave. and 35th 

St.) 

(330 Broome St/^ 



CHUtCHU AWO 
COMMUmCANTl. 



St. Paul 33.. 

Holy O>mmunion 81 . . 

St. Luke 

St. Peter 33 . . 

Trinity 57 . . 

St. Thomas 6x8.. 

St. James 

Christ 70.. 

St. Luke 614.. 

Grace 448.. 

Grace 173. • 

All Saints 

Grace Chapel 

St. Mary 30.. 

Grace 50.. 

St. Andrew Chapel ... 29 . . 

St. John 105.. 

Divine Love 165 . . 

St. Mark 173.. 

Ascension 611.. 

Trinity 573.- 

Good Shepherd 950.. 

St. Agnes Chapel 49 . . 

St. George 622 . . 

St. Paul 219.. 

St. John 44 . . 

Zion Chapel 

St. Andrew 36 . . 

Trinity 442.. 

St. Paul 80.. 

St, John 26., 

St. Thomas 51.. 

NEW YORK. 
BOROUGH OP MANHATTAN 

All Angels i>540. . 

All Saints iii.. 

All Souls (Anthon 

Memorial) 606 . . 

Ascension 1,100.. 

Ascension Chapel of 

the Comforter 189 . . 

Ascension Memorial . . . 398 . . 

Beloved Disciple 574 • • 



(Broadway and loth 
(412 E. 14th St.) ... 



St.) 



:}'■ 



051. 



Calvary 

Calvary Chapel .. 



Christ 580.. 

Congregation of Trans- 
figuration Chapel ...100.. 

Epiphany 432 . . 

God's Providence 



Grace 1.500 



Grace Chapel 800 



Julius (jeorge Shultz. 
Clarence Dexter Weeden.* 
Charles Kendall Gilbert. 

Frank Flood German. 
Edward Clowes Chorley. 
Henry Martyn Kirkby. 
George Herbert Toop. 
(Francis S. Smithers, Jr. 
(Harvey OflBcer. 
Charles Kendall Gilbert 
Henry Martyn Kirkby. 
Richard Townsend Henshaw. 
Edwin Walter Colloque. 
J. Holmes McGuinness, D.D. 
Thomas Gilbert Losee. 
Walter Irving Stecher. 
(}ouverneur Cruger. 
Egisto Fabbri Chauncey. 
j Robert Philip Kreitler. 
J Edwin B. Rice. 
(William Henry Owen, Jr. 
1 Harold L. R. Thomas. 
John Marshall Chew. 
Frederick Ernest Whitney. 
John Huske. 
James Calhoun Elliott. 
Albert Thomas Keane. 
William Hawks Pott, Ph.D. 
Eli D. SutQliffe. 
Charles Forbes Canedy, D.D. 
Frederic Wammersey. 

G. Monroe Royce. 



S. DeL. Townsend, D.D. 

Morgan Ashley. 

Melford Losee Brown. 

Frank Poole Johnson. 

Clayton Eddy. 

Geo. Starkweather Pratt. 

Ralph L. Brydges. 

ercy Stickney Grant, D.D. 
Andrew Underbill. 
Percy Stickney Grant, D.D. 
John Floyd -Steen. 

Henry M. Barbour, D.D. 

John Acworth. 

'Theodore Sedgwick. 
■ David Bowen. 

^John Alfred Furrcr. 



George Alexander Strong. 
( Lawson Carter Rich. 
(Stephen Price Simpson. 
(William Tufts Crocker. 
\ George Kinney Johnson. 

Chas. Lewis Slattcry, D.D. 
William Best Eddy. 
(Jeorge Hill Bottome. 
Melville Knox Bailey. 
^Nathaniel Babcock Uroton. 
Charles Wright Clash. 
John Gioodman. 
Aaron Cutler Cobum. 
Robert Bachman, Jr. 
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CHUICHIS AND 
OOMMUNICAVTl. 



BOROUGH OP MANHATTAN. 
Kew York: 

(314216 E, 1 16th St.) ... Grace— Emmanuel 
(5th Ave. and 4Sth St.).. Heavenly Rest 



>—• Continued. 



(9th Ave. and a8th St.).. 

(343 W. Houston Sl).... 
•(6th Ave. and 20th St.) . . 

•(181st St. & Broadway).. 
•(L«nox Ave. and laad 2>t.> 

•(Madison Ave. & 35th St.) 
(246 E. 31st St.) 

(153 W. 136th St.) 

<236 £. iizth St.) 

(5th Ave. and 127th St.) 



<3o6 Mulberry St.) 



(Madison Ave. & 44th St.) 

(209 E. 42d St.) 

(108 W. 3d St.) 

(419 W. 46th St.) 

<i7S-7 W. 63d St.) 

<i2 East 109th St.) 

(27th St. nr. 4th Ave.).. 

•(Stvyvesant Square) 

KWest End Av. & 87th St.) 



•(Madison Ave. and 7ffst 
St.) 

'<3 1 2-332 East 88th St.).. 

(Waverly PUce and \V 
nth St.) 

<Convent Ave. and 141st 
St.) 

(Amsterdam Ave. & 113th 
St.) 



<$;econd Ave. ft 10th St.). 

•(Ave. A and loth St) 

(Lawrence St. and Am- 
sterdam Ave.) 



(139 W. 46th St). 



Holy Apostles 

Holy Comforter 

Holy Communion . . . i , 



Holy Rood 

Holy Trinity i 



307.. 
305-. 

935.. 

450.. 

Soo. . 
350.. 

.875.. 

.575.. 

.150.. 
.220. . 



Incarnation 

Incarnation Chapel . . 

Redeemer . . . ^ 

St. Ambrose 

St. Andrew 2, 



St. Barnabas 20. 

St. Bartholomew ....3,520. 

St. Bartholomew 

(Swedish Chapel) . . . 500. 

St. Clement 150. 

St. Cornelius 365 . 

St. Cyprian 600. 

St Edward the Martyr 650 . 
St. Esprit 148. 

St. George 5,364. 

St. Ignatius 450. 

■ - f 
St. James 676 . 

Holy Trinity 950 . 

St John Evangelist.. .407. 

St Luke 1,000. 

St Luke's Hospital 
Chapel 

St Mark 7635. 

St Mark Chapel .... J 

St. Mary 560. 

St Mary the Virgin.. .845. 



William Knight Mc(;owii. 
J Herbert Shipman. 
/Alfred Carleton Monk. 
(Henry K. Denlinger, D.D. 
( George Mueller (jeisel. 
Charles Blake Carpenter. 
5 Henry Mottet, D.D. 
(William Powell Hill. 
Stuart Crockett, D.D. 
' Harry Pierce Nichols, D.D. 

William Bertrand Stevens. 

Howard Chandler Robbins^ 

Edward M. H. Knapp. 

Henry Cornelius Dyer. 

William Francis Mayo. 

Archdeacon of New YorL 

Carmelo Di Sano. 

Geo. R. Vandewatcr, D.D. 

Joseph Henry Ivie. 

Wm. Walter Smith, 
fiobcrt B. Kimbcr. 

Leighton Parks, D.D. 

R. S. W. Wood. 

Sydney Neville Ussher. 

James Stedman Holland. 

Maximilian Pinkert. 

Hugo Holmgren. 
Maurice W. Britton. 
Isaac C. Sturges, L.H.D. 
{ John W. Johnson. 
) Floarda Howard. 
Percival Cook Pyle. 
Alfred Victor Wittmeyer. 
'Hugh Birckhead, D.D. 

Gerald A. Cunningham. 

John Frank Scott. 

George Edward Norton.* 
^Robert Barnes McKay. 

Arthur Ritchie, D.D. 

Charles Philip A. Burnett. 

r Frederick Courtney, D.D. 

(Bishop.) 
I James Valentine Chalmers. 
1 Harold Sidney Brewster. 
I Neilson Poe Carey. 
[William Schroeder. 

John Armstrong Wade. 
(George Ashton Oldham. 
) Livingston Rbwe Schuyler, 
r George F. Clover. 
-! Floyd S. Leach. 
( Francis W. Wheeler. • 

r William Norman Guthrie. 
^ Tames Pattison Faucon. 
L Robert B. B. Foote. 

Hiram Richard Hulsc. 
Joseph G. H. Barry^ D.D. 
Clarence Manning Dunham 
A. G. Van Elden. 
Randall Cooke Hall, D.D. 
Henry B. B. Le Ferre. 

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CUUICRI*. AMD 
COIIMVHICANTI. 



BOROUGH OP MANHATTAN.— Continued. 



(W. 84th St., near Centrml 
PWk) 

(148th St., west of Am- 
sterdam Ave.) 



iAiiist«r< 
St) . 



'dam Ave aad 99th 



(aoth St., near 9th Atc).. 

(212 W. 134th St.) 

(Stanton St.) 



(359 Broome St.) 

(laaiaS W. 69tli St.).... 

(Sth Ave. and sjd St.) . . . 

(230 East 60th St.) 



(9Sth St. and 3d Ave.)... 
(E. 74th St. nr. Park Av.) 

(a9th St, E. of 5th Ave.). 



(Broadway, opposite Wall 
St.) 



(Varick St.) 

(Broadway & Vesey St.) 

(25th St. nr. Broadway) 



(Columbus Ave. & oad 
St.) 



(105 E. Houston St.)... 

(7th Ave. and 39th St.) 

(Governor's Island) . . . 

(Hudson St., opposite 
Grove St.) 

(Broadway & 158th St.) 



(333 W. erth c- > 



St. Matthew 680. 

St Ann's Chapel (for 
Deaf Mutes) 192. 



St. Michael i»792- 

St Peter 450. 

St Philip 1,124. 

St. Priscilla Chapel ... 

San Salvatore 270 . 

St Stephen 350 . 

St Thomas 2,548. 

St. Thomas* Chapel. ..1,183. 

Messiah 300. 

Resurrection 169 . 

Transfiguration x,573 • 

Trinity i,534. 



St. John's Chapel 

St. Paul's Chapel ...400.. 

Trinity Chapel 650 . . 

St. Agnes Chapel. .2,386. . 

St. Augustine's Cpl . 548 . . 

St. Chrysostom's Cpl. 581 . . 
St. Cornelius Chapel. 100.. 

St. Luke's Chapel 735 . . 

Intercession Ch'pel. 1,779 . . 



Zion & St Timothy 1,365. 



\ Arthur H. Judge. 

Arthur H. Judge. 
' John Chamberlaine, D.D. 

John Henry Keiser. 

John P. Peters, D.D. 
■ Albert W. Hind. 

Thomas McCandless. 

Olin Scott Roche. 

Lucius Aaron Edelblute. 

(Hutchins Chew Bishop. 
( Everard Washington Daniel 

Robert B. Kimber. 

J Nathan A. Seagle, D.D, 
[ Frederic Greaves.* 

Ernest M. Stires, D.D. 
Wilbur L. Caswell. 
Frederick Widmcr Cornell. 
William G. Thompson. 
Haywood Lewis Minter. 

Alfred Duane Pell. 
George C. Houghton, D.D. 
William Walter Rutherfurd 
James G. Lewis. 
Walter Hamilton DuMouUn 

'Wm. Thos. Manning, D.D. 
Joseph Warren Hill. 
Joseph Wilson Sutton. 
Bruce Victor Reddish. 

William Wilkinson. 

William Montague* Gecr. 
Howard Bell Ziegler. 
'John Mockridge. 
Ralph Bray. 
Roy Irving Murray. 

IWm. W. Bellinger, D.D. 
George Horatio Hoyt. 
Harold St. George Burrill. 
Charles Barker ScoviL 
James Alnutt Smith. 

W. G. W. Anthony, D.D. 
John A. Denniston. 
Dominic Cassetta. 
Carl Nelspn Moller. 
Samuel Smith Mitchell. 

Edmund Banks Smith. 

{Edward Henry Schlueter. 
Sydney Atmore Caine. 
Rob't Erskine Campbell, Jr. 

fMilo Hudson Gates, D.D. 
-j William Kleinschmidt 
(.Archibald Spiers Winslow. 

Henry Lubeck, LL.D., 

D.C.L. 
Joseph Rtfshton, L.H.D. 
Ja" 



Jackson H. R. Ray. 
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C^ltMUmCAICTl. 


^. CLSICT. 



v^i 



rremoot icjiiWashington Aw» 
and i8i8t St.) 

Beach •! Ave; and 175th St... 

River dale (Riverdaie Ave.).. 
5th- St., nr. White Plains. 
est Farmi (Vyae Atc^)... 

aty IsU^ad 

East i6oth St 

204th St. & Bainbridge Av., 

Bedford Park 

1335 Bristow St. 

iCingsbridge Ave. & sjist St. 
163d St., Ogden & Summit 

Aves 

Morrisania (St. Ann's Ave. 

and E. i4pth St) 

East 158th St 

i77t^ St. and Morris Ave... 

Williamsbridge 

Fordham (Jerome Ave. and 

190th St. 

(940 £. 156th" St) 

Mott Haven (Alexander Ave. 

near 1426. St) 

(iSSth' St and Courtlindt 
Ave.) 

(Cruger Ave. and Barnard 

Place) 

Morrisania, (Wa^ngton Av. 

and St Paul'a^^aice)... 

Westchester (Westchester & 

St Peter Ave.) 

164th St. & Sheridan Ave... 
Woodlawn (East ajSth St ft 

Verio Ave.) 

Morrisania (z64th' St- near 

Boston Ave.) 



BOROUGH OP THB BRONX. 

Advocate a88.. 

Atonement 50.. 

Christ 87.. 

Good Shepherd ...40.. 

Grace 272,, 

Grace 70.. 

Holy Faith 350.. 

Holy Nativity 335 . . 

Holy Spirit 120.. 

Mediator 220 . . 

St. Alban 231.. 

St. Ann 521.. 

St David 373.. 

St Edmund '47 •• 

St (jeorge 140.. 

St James 400.. 

St Margaret 275.. 

St Mary 7^4" 

Emmanuel Mission .... 29.. 



Mariners' Harbour . 
West New Brighton 
Mariner's Harbour ., 
New Brighton 



Eltingville (Sottthfield) 

Richmond 

Qifton 



Rossville 

Castleton 

Tompkinsville 

Concord (Clove Road) 

Tottenville 

New Dorp 



St Martha 167.. 

St Paul 535.. 

St Peter 547.. 

St Simeon 245.. 

St Stephen 123.. 

Trinity ,„ ..186.. 

BOROUGH OP RICHMOND. 

All Saints 151.. 

Ascension 611.. 

Calvary (Italian) 25.. 

Christ 650.. 

Holy Comforter 51.. 

St Andrew 307.. 

St. John 445 . . 

St Luke 1x5.. 

St Mary 262 . . 

St Paul 378.. 

St. Simon's Chapel ....133.. 

St Stephen 46.. 

Trinity 65 



George Nelson Deyso. 

James A. Skinner. 

Gustav A. Carstensen, Ph.D.- 

C Alfred James Derbyshire. 

(James A. Skinner. 
Arthur Forbes. 
(Hifford Stimson GfegV. 

Horace Edwin Clute. 
Ralph H. Wevill. 
John Campbell. 

Horace Requa Fell, 

(C^as. Conant Harriman. 

) Edward Cosbey. 

Edward George Clifton, D.D. 

John C. Smiley. 

Arthur Kctchum.* 

DeWitt Lincoln Pelton. 
Charles A. Hamilton. 

f Burton Howard Lee. 
< Robert Eliot Marshall, 
l Daniel Hugh Verder, 

Percy R. Stockman. 

Homer Francis Taylor. 

J Frank ,M. Clendenin. D.D. 

(Joseph Albert Foster. 
Ralph Jervis Walker. 

Percival Mclntire. 
Albert Steele Hull. 



William Winter Mix. 
Pascal narrower. 

(Duncan Hodge Browne. 
(John E. Flockhart. 



i Edward Arthur Dodd. 
J. T. B. Lamed, 
larfes Josiah Adams, D.D. 
Francis Le Jau Frost. 
Guy Loughman Wallis. 
George F. Langdon. ■ 

Robert Howard Herron. 



North Salem 
Nyack 



OUTSIDE OP CITY OP NEW YORK. 



Ossining (Briar Olff) 
(CrotonviUe) 



Patterson 

Petri River .... 

Peekskill 

Pdham Manor . 
Pdham (North) 



St James 
Grace . . . . 



43.. 

400.. 

All Saints 24.. 

Grace Hall 40.. 

St Paul 150.. 

Trinity 333.. 

Christ 64., 

St Stephen 27,. 

St Peter 460.. 

Christ 186.. 

Redeemer 165 . . 



Robert Condit RttsieU. 
(Franklin Babbitt 
1 E. L. Reid. 
John Alleyne Howell. 
Berry Oakley Baldwin. 
Nelson P. Dame. 
Gibson William Harris. 
William Henry Meldrum. 
Albert Thomas Keane. 
William Fisher Lewis. 
Albert F. Tenney. 
Herbert Haigh Brown. 

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Fine HiU 

Fine Flams 

FleMsnt VaUey 
FleatantviUe ... 
Fort Chester . . . 
Fort Jervis . . • • 
Foughkeepsie .. 



Red Hook (Bsrrytown) ... 



Rhinebeck 

Khinecliff 

Richardsville 

Rifton 

Rosendsle 

Rye 

Saugertiet 

Scarborough (Becchwood). 
Scarsdale 



Sloatsburg 

Somers *•.••••••.•• 

South Salem 

SparkUl (Piermont) 

Sprins Valley 

StaatSDurgh 

Stone Ridge 

Suffem 

Tarrytown 



Thompsonville 
Tiroli ....... 



Tilly Foster 

Tuckahoe 

Tuxedo Park 

Walden 

Wappinger's Falls 

Warwick 

West Park 

West Somers 

White Plains 



Woodstock (Meads) 
Yonkers 

(Lincoln Park) . . 



(Sherwood Park) 
(Nepera Park) .. 



CBUaCHM AMD 
COVMUlltCANTI. 



Transfiguration 

Regeneration 44. 

St. Paul 4J, 

St. John Z40. 

St. Peter 841. 

Grace 149. 

Christ 728. 

Holy Comforter »400. 

St. Paul 670. 

Christ 138. 

All Saints' Chapel .... 21. 

Messiah 121. 

Ascension 17. 

St. John the Baptist... 

St. Thomas 18. 

All Saints 75. 

Christ 325. 

Trinity 178. 

St. Mary 56 . 

St. James the Less.... 164. 

St. Francis 92. 

St. Luke 35. 

St. John 

Christ 140 . 

St. Paul 52. 

St. Margaret 1 27 . 

St. Peter 21. 

Christ 164. 

Christ 239. 

St. Mark 275 . 

St. Mary 

St. Paul 196. 

St. Paul Chapel 

St. John 127. 

St Mary 341 . 

St. Andrew 250 . 

Zion 494. 

Christ 151. 

Ascension 20. 

Good Shepherd 24. 

Grace 525. 

Christ 35 . 

St. Paul 

Christ 263 . 

St. Andrew 1 1,150. 

Redeemer Chapel . . J 

St. Tohn 1,340 . 

St. Paul 351. 

St. Mary 80. 

St. Mark 15. 




Geo. Clarke Hovghton, D.iK 

Thomas Burrows. 
Richard Russell Upjohn. 
Stephen t\ Uolniea. 
Charles £dward Br««lcr. 
Uriah Symonds. 

iAlcx. Griswold Cummins. 
Lewis Edwin Hess. 
Charles A. L. Strombom. 
Roger B. T. Anderson, 
rancis Banks Whitcome. 

|Rob't Van Kleeck Harris. 
Ernest Clement Saunders. 
James Oswald Davis. 



Richard Townsend Henshsw. 
Thomas Cole. 
Berry Oakley Baldwin. 
William Oscar Jarvis. 

Archdeacon of Westchester. 

Robert Condit RusselL 

Henry Piatt Seymour. 
Albert Thomas Keane. 
Charles Henry thincaa. 
W. J. Oarke Agnew. 
Romaine Stiles Mansfidd. 
Roscoe Conkling Hatch. 
Charles Albert Ashmead. 
Walter Irving Stecher. 
E. F. H. J. Masse. 

James Lewis Lasher. 

Henry N. Wayne. 
Malbone Hunter Birckhead. 
Thomas Gilbert Losee. 
William Hawks Pott. 
William Morton Pickslay. 
Richard Clinton Searing. 
James Oswald Davis. 
I Fred'k B. Van Klcek, D.D. 
( Henry Curtis Wheedon. 



E. Atherton Lyon. 

fKarl Reiland. 

< Henry Buckland Olmstead. 

[John T. Zorn. 
John Mark Ericsson. 
William Morris Gilbert. 
George H. Houghton Butler. 
Walter Archbold. 



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CLERGY OF THE NEW YORK PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CITY MISSION 

SOCIETY. 



Si 



Ad- 



Robert B.. 

drcM. 38 Blecckcr St. 
Beard, Ithamar W., Oui^aia to the Alms- 

hooae. Chapel of the Good Shepherd, 

Blackweirs Island. Address, 144 East 

105th St. 
Campbdl, John, Missionanr to Seton Hos- 

pitaL Address. Kingsbridge, N. Y. 
Howard, Floarda, Assistant at St Cyprian's 

Chapel, 177 West 63rd St. Address, 



17s West 63d St. 
Johnson, John W., 
" Cyprian's 



Minister in charge of 
St. Cyprian's Chapel, 177 West 63d 
St. Address, 175 West 63d St. 

Jones. Frank R., Missionary to Willard 
Parker and Scarlet Fever Hospitals 
and Kingston Avenue (smallpox) Hos- 
pital, Brooklyn. Address, Foot of 
East 1 6th St. 

Kues, Charles Henry, Chaplain Metropoli- 
tan Hospital and Workhouse, Black- 
weirs Island. 

Noce, Sisto. In charge of the Church of 
San Salvatore, 359 Broome St. 



Cleveland, Edward H., Missionarv to Riv- 
erside Hospital, North Brother's Isl- 
and, and Branch Workhouse, Riker's 
Island. Address, North Brothers Isl- 
and. 

Lttgscheider, Ferdinand, Assistant at EUit 
Island. Address, Kingsbridge. 

Roosevelt, Sherwood, Missionary to the 
City Institutions on BlackweU's Island, 
the House of Refuge, Harlem Hospital, 
and Nursery and Child's Hospital. Ad- 
dress, 520 West 134th St. 

Tinker, Charles P., Missionary to the City 
Prison and the Penitentiary. Address* 
188 Wadsworth Ave. 

Watson, J. Henrv, Missionarv for occa« 
sional duty. Address, 51 West 75th St. 

Weeks, W. H.. Missionary to the City Hos- 
pital. Address, City Hospital, Black- 
well's Island. 

Worrall, Thomas, Missionary to Manhattan 
State Hospital, BlackweU's Island. 

Young, Henrv St. George, Missionary for 
occasional duty at public institutions. 
Address, 1140 Jackson Ave. 



General Statement of the N, Y. Protestaht Episcopal City Mission Society, November 
I, 19 10, to November i, loti.— Number of places where s*ervices are held, 37; Number 
of services, 3,759; Holy Communion (Public, 1,154; Private, 1,888), 3,042; Communi- 



cants registered, 1,320; Baptisms (Infants, i>.457; Adults, 534) > i>99i; Confirmed, 87; 
Marrias[es, 119; Burials, 6,104; Sunday School Teachers, 35; Sunday School Pupils, 905; 
Industrial School Teachers, 18; Industrial School Pupils, 325; Visits by the Staff, 357,048. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Albert, Martin, Missionary, Trinity Church 

House, New York. 
Allen Sturges, West Park. 
Anstice, Henry, D.D., Church -Missions 

House. New York. 
Arthurs, F. W. R.. G. T. S. 
Auld, Harry Floy, Hatboro, Pa. 
Baker, George S., D.D., New York. 
Bayard, George Livingston. 
Bird, Wilmer Parke. New York. 
Bliss. William D. P.. New York. 
Boardinan. William Slosson, New York. 
Body, Charles W. E., D.D., Prof., G. T. S. 
Bonnar, David A., ch.. Mamaroneck. 
Batten, Loren W.. D.D.. G. T. S. 
Bower, L. F., in Europe. 
Bray, Kenneth A., Church House, Bronx. 
Brown, Francis Theodore. 
Cady, Philander Kinney, D.D., Ridgefield, 

Conn. 
Christian, George Martin, D.D., Flushing. 
Clark, James Starr, D.D., Salisbury, Ct. 
Cover, George Frederick, Supt., St. Luke's 

Hospital, New York. 
Cole, Lawrence T., D.D., Trinity School. 
Cone, William Osmond. Knoxville, 111. 



Claiborne, Robert R., Chp. Orphan Asylum. 

Cincotti, Abraham, New York. 

Crary, Robert Fulton, D.D.. Matteawan. 

Dalton, William Adolphus, New York. 

Dickinson, Legh R., Faribault, Minn. 

Do'd. Robert Stockton, Texas. 

Dunnell, William N., D.D., Red Bank, N. J. 

Dows. Henry Amni, Chaplain, House of 
the Annunciation. New York. 

Dumbell, George William, D.D., (Goshen. 

Eaton, Arthur Wentworth H., Boston, Mass. 

Eccleston, John C, D.D., Rector Emeritus, 
New Brighton, S. I., N. Y. 

Evans. E. V., D.D.. White Plains. 

Evans, Sidney K., ch. U. S. Naval Train- 
ing Station, San Francisco, Cal. 

Evans, William L., St. David's Hall, 
Scarsdale. N. Y. 

Fitz-Simon, Edmond Watson, Tuxedo. 

Fitz-Simon, William, Tuxedo. 

Canter, Maxwell. 

Gardner, John Arthur. 

Gardner, W. A. A., New York. 

Grannis, Appleton, New York. 

Gookin, Warner F., Cambridge, Mass. 



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Ha^Iton.'''E. Braddin. New York. 
Hammanikdld, John Gottfried, Missioiiary 

to Swede9« Yonkers. 
perron, Robert Howard. 
Hatch, Roscoe Conkling. 
Banard. Thomaa R., Hope Farms, Ver- 

bank. 
Heath, John George Bowen. New York. 
Henshaw Ak>nzo N., Plattsburgh, N. Y. 
Heartfield, Frank, r. em., Brewster. 
Hitching^ Horace B., D.D., New York. 
. Howes, Lyman Joseph, East Orange. 
Howea, Reuben Wing, D.D., New York. 
Hiickel; William, Manhasset. 
Hughes, Thomas P., Kings Park, L. I. 
Huntington, James O. S., West Park. 
Huntington, Harwood, New York. 
Jobe, Samuel Henry, Hull's Cove, Me. 
Johnson, George Kmney. ' 
Kenyon, Ralph Wood, D.D., Brooklyn, 

Kleinschmidt, William Frederick. 

Knox, Raymond Colycr, ch. Columbia Uni- 
versity. 

Lewis, James G., D.D., New York. 

Lewis, John Vaughan, D.D., Wayne, Pa. 

Lewis, Leicester Crcssy, G. T. S., New 
York. 

Lewis, William G. W., New York. 

Lau, Robert Frederick, G. T. S., New 
York. 

Liggins, John, Wildwood, N. J. 

Logic, John H., New York. 

Lowry, Robert, Mt. Vernon. 

Maguire, Hugh, Brooklyn. 

Marshall, Robert Eliot. 

Masker, W. A., r. em., Haverstraw. 

Marvine, Walter, Chaplain, U. S. A.> 
Fort Turnbull, New London, Conn. , 

Mayo, William Francis. 

McConnell, S. D., D.D., r. em., Easton, 
Md. 

Middleton, Edmund S.. Yonkers. 

Milbank, John F., off. Danbury, Conn. 

Millar, Donald. 

Morgan, D. Parker, r. em., Sharon, Conn. 



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* Morgan, Broddiolst, « BSIsabelli, <K.^ J. 
Mynck, Henry Lewis, LL.D., New York. 
Neesan, Yarroo Michael, Oroomiah, Persii. 
Newton,. JU Heberj : D.P,. Eas^hajuptoa. 
Nicholas, George Lawrence, New York. 
Officer, Harvey, West Pjaric. 
Olsaen. William W., D.I).^;31oom£^d, N. J. 
Orms^ee, Roland Cuthbert 
Oswald, Charles E., New York. 
Parks, James Lewis, 0.D.,, G. T...S.. New 

York. 
PcM-t, Edward Newton. ..:., 

Perkins. J. Newiton, . Secretary,, Asaericaa 

Church Building Commisdon, At 

Fourth Ave., New York. 
Proffitt, Arthur H., Grand View. 
Rainsford, William S., D.D., Ridgefield, 

Conn. 
Reed, Edward Luke. 
. Reinsberg, Charles H., New York. 
Remsen, Henry R., Brooklyn. 
Richley, Allan, New York. 
RoUingB, Henry, New York. 
Roper, John Charles, D.D., Prof., a T. & 
Rutherford, WiUiam Walter. New York. 
Schuyler, Livingston Rowe, New York. 
Scudder, Henry T., New York. 
Seabury, William f., D.D., Prof., G. T. S. 
Spencer, James Selden, D.D., Rector Emer- 

itus, Tarrytown. 
Spong, J. T. Rowan, Ardmore, Pa. 
Starr, Reginald H., D.D., N. Y. Training 

School for Deaconesses. 
Stokes, Anson Phelps, Jr., Curate, New 

Haven, Conn. 
Takott, James Frederick, New York. 
Thompson. Walter, D.D., Garrison. 
Tower, Edward C. M. 
Travers, Edward S., Chaplain, U. S. M. 

A., West Point. 
Van Winkle, Isaac, Paris, France. 
Vibbert, William H., v. em.. New York. 
Ward, Caleb T., Brooklyn. 
Wilkins, Gouverneur Morris, New York, 

N. Y. 
Wilson, William Epiphanins, Brenxville. 



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1918] NORTH CAROLINA. *Z75 

Diocese OP north Carolina, (a. d. 1817.) 

Limits.— Ow ths east the counties of Northam^on, Halifax, Edgecombe, Wiieon, /oAm- 
ton, Harnett, Moore. Richmond, and Seefkmd. 9ffd on thie west the counHes of 
Surry, Yadktn, Iredell, and Mecklenburg, and all counties lying ft»liM#ii. 

Population (1900), i,893>8io. Area, 23,080 sq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rxv. Jowph Blouht Cssibiri^ D.D., Bishop. (1893O Residenee, W^lwifii. 

Secretary and Registrar of Convention. — ^Thc Rev. Julian Edward Ingle; Raleigh. 

Assistant Secretary. — Frank T. Ward, Raleigh. 

Treasurer of Convention. — Charles £. Johnson, Raleigh. - 

Historiographer. — Marshall Delancey Haywood, Raleigh. 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. Isaac McKendree Pittenger, D.D., Pres.; tlw 
Rev. Aaron Burtis Hunter, Sec; the Rev. JuUan Edward In^e. Lay, Richard H. 
Battle, LL.D., R. H. Lewis, M.D. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

(See East Carolina.) 

The first services of the Church after any permanent settlements had been made were by 
the Rev. Daniel Brett in 1700. In 1702 the Rev. George Keith • officiated "at w 
House of Captain Saunders in Corretuck/' An effort to organize a Diocese was 
made at Conventions held at Tarboro in June and November, 1790, November and 
A{ay, 1794. On Saturday, May 31, 1794. the Rev. Charles Pettigrew, Rector of St 
Paul's Church, Edenton, was chosen as Bishop. He attempted to attend the General 
Convention of 1795, "but was providentially prevented from accomplishing his jour- 
ney."— (Bp. Cheshire.) 

At Newbem, on April 2, 181 7, a Convention was held with three clergymen and lay 
delegates from several parishes. The Diocese was duly organized and placed under 
the charge of the Rt. Rev. Dr. Richard Channing Moore of Virginia. ^ He made 
visitations in 1819, 1820, 1821, and 1822. At the Convention held on April 12, 1823, 
the Rev. John Stark Ravenscroft, Rector of St. James' Church, Mecklenburg, Vir- 
ginia, was chosen Bishop. 

First Bishop. — John Stark Ravenscroft. Born, 1772. Consecrated, May 22, 1823. 
Died, March 5, 1830. 

Second Bishop. — Levi Silliman Ives. Born, September 16, 1797. Consecrated, Septem- 
ber 22, 1831. Deposed, October 14, 1853. Died, October 13, 1867. 

Third Bishop. — Thomas Atkinson. Born, August 6, 1807. Consecrated, October 17, 
1853. Died, January 4, i88i. 

Fourth Bishop, — ^Theodore Benedict Lyman. Bom, November 27, 181 5. Consecrated,' 
December 11, 1873. Died, December 13, 1893. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 
Daughters of the King.— Diocesan Sec, Miss Emma J. Hall, 809 N. Tryon St., Charlotte; 
Girls* Friendly Society. — Sec, 

Good Samaritan Hospital for Coloured People, C*oWo«r.— Mrs. John Wilkes, Pres. 
St. Agnes* Hospital for Coloured People. Raleigh.— Supt., Mrs. A. B. Hunter. Physiciatt 

in Charge, Herbert C. Royster, M.D. In connection with the Hospital is a Traimiic 

School for Nurses, who give careful and constant attention to the patients. 
St. Augustine*s School and Collegiate Institute for Coloured Students, Raleigh.— Principal, 

the Rev. Aaron Burtis Hunter. 
St. Mary's School, Raleigh.— IFounded i84a.l Diocesan School for Girla. Vudiors, the 

Bishops of North Carolina, East Carolina, South Carolina, and AsheviUe. Rector, the 

Rev. George William Lay. 
St, Peter's Home and Hospital, Charlotte.—Un, John Wilkes. Pres. 
Thompson Orphanage and Training Institution, Charlotte. — Supt., the Rev. Walter 

Johnston Smith. 
Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Brancfc.— [Organized May, 1882.] Annual meeting: time 

and place of Diocesan Convention. Pres., Mrs. John Wilkes. Sec, Miss Kate D. Che». 

Wre, Tarboro. 
Junior Department.— Sec Convocation of Raleigh. Miss Bessie Bunn, Rocky Mount; Sec. 

Convocation of Charlotte, Mrs. J. B. Gibble, Burlington. 



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Clergy 

if ne»tt Ordained 

Church £dihcct 

Organixed Fanahes and Miatkms 

Uaorganiied Mitsions 

Haptuma 

Conhrmed 

Sunday School Teachcra 

Sunday School Scholars *... 

Phriah School Teachers 

Pmnth School Scholars 

lodustrial School Teachers 

Industrial School Scholars 

Contributions 



19x0. 



57 


56 


2 


2 


123 


121 


66 


6; 


39 


40 


46s 


440 


577 


476 


6,70s 


7,06s 


489 


509 


5.66a 


5,578 


38 


34 


1,171 


943 


II 


& 


374 


22& 


$94»9I5 


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The 96th Annual Convention will meet at St Philip's Church, Durham, May 8, 1912. 

THE CLERGY. 

Thb BuHor. 

Archdeacons. — Raleigh: the Rev. Nicholas Collin Hughes. Charlotte: the Ven. William 

Hill Hardin, Salisbury. 
Archdeacon for Work Among Coloured People. — The Ven. Henry Beard Delany, D.D., 

Raleigh. 
Bishop's Examining Chaplains, — The Rcr. Aaron Burtis Hunter, the Rev. Isaac lifcKen- 
dree Pittcnger, D.D., the Rev. Walter Johnston Smith, the Rev. Francis Moore Os- 
borne, the Rev. Sidney S. Bost,. the Rev. Robert B. Owens, the Rev. Bertram E. 
Brown. 



rAaiSHBS AND lUSSIONS. 



Arwnville 

Battleboro 

Bnstow 

Bnrhngton 

Chapel HiU 

Charlotte 

Charlotte (Dilworth) 
Charlotte 



Charlotte (Seversville) 



Chestnut HUl 
Oeveland .... 

Concord 

Cooieemee . . . 
Cimmgham . . 
Davie County . 

Duke 

Durham 



Elkin 

£lm City . 
Enfield ... 
Giaaton . . . , 

Germanton 
Goshen . . . , 
Greensboro 



Gulf ..• 

HaUfax .... 

Hamlet 

Henderson . 
High Point 



CHURCUBSAND COMMUNICANTS 



All Souls 10 . . 

St. John 30. . 

St. Mark 69.. 

St. Athanasius 86. . 

Chapel of the Cross. . . 103. . 

St. Martin 34 . . 

Holy Comforter 79.. 

Chapel of Hope 

St. Andrew 4.. 

St. Mary the Virgin... 58.. 
St. Michael and All 
Angels (Coloured).. .118. . 

St. Peter 676.. 

St. Paul 39 . . 

Christ 48 . . 

All Saints 45. . 

Good Shepherd 25 . . 

Chapel 4. . 

Ascension 7 . . 

St. Stephen 68 . . 

St. Philip ) 

St. Joseph 1 476 . . 

St. Andrew J 

St. Titus (Coloured) .. 20.. 
Gallaway Memorial . . . 

Holy Trinity 

Advent 

St. Luke 

St. Philip 

St. Paul 

St. Cuthbert 

St. Mary ) 

Holy Trinity J 

Redeemer (Coloured) . . 

St. Mark 

St. Mark 



Holy Innocents 
St. Mary 



4.. 
6.. 

19.. 
9.. 
9-. 

316.': 

20. . 
12. . 
I9-. 
13.. 
192.. i 
(Qgitizl 



Robert Bruce Owens, 

Robert Percy Eubanks. 
John Benner Gibble. 
Homer Worthington Starr. 
) Francis Moore Osborne. 

Harris Mallinckrodt. 

Francis Moore Osborne. 
Walter Johnston Smith. 



Harris Mallinckrodt. 
Archdeacon Hardin. 
Simeon J. M. Brown. 
William Henry Ball. 
Simeon J. M. Brown. 
Archdeacon Hughes. 
Simeon J. M, Brown. 
Samuel Merrill Hanff. 

5 Sidney S. Bost 
; Thomas tpc Trott. 

Robert Josiah Johnson. 

Theodore Andrews.* 



Francis Joyner. 
Alexander C. D. Noe. 
Fred*k H. T. Horsfield. 

}- Thomas Green Faulkner. 

James King Satterwhitc. 
Harry Oswald Nash. 
Richard Warner Anderson. 
Rob't Erskine Campbell, Dl^' 
Isaac Wayne Hughes. 
G^rge Meredith Tolson. 



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PABlSHBt AM* MIMIOai. 



Hiltoboro .. 
fredcAi G».. 

Jackson . . . 

KittPril ... 
Lmisriabvfv 
Lawrence . 
Leaksville . 

Littleton .. 



Lonisbnrv 



Madison 

Mayodaa 

Middlebttrg . . . 

MiHoB 

Mo<^svtUe .... 

Monroe 

Mount Airy . . . 

Noise 

dive Bruich .. 
Oransrc County 
Oxford 



Pittsboro 



Raietsfi 



Reidaville 

Ridgeway 

Ringwooa 

Roanoke Rapids 
Rockingham . . . . 
Rocky Mount . . 
Rowan Co. 



Salisbury 



Sattcrwhitc . . . . 

Sanford 

Scotland Neck 

Sclma 

Smithfield 

Stiijthern Pines 

Speed 

Spencer 

Spray 

Statesville 



Stokes County 

Stonevill«s 

Stovall 

Tarboro 



Wadesboro . . 
Walnut Core 
Warren Co... 
Warrenton . . . 



Weldon 

WiMiamsboro 
Wilson 



Winston . 
Woodleaf' 



CBURCHUAIIO OOMIIUNICAHTS 

St Matthew 72.. 

St. James 46. . 

The Saviour 37-. 

St. Tames 3s-< 

St. David iS-- 

Grace Memorial 18.. 

Epiphany 44*. 

Grace 20 . . 

St. Anna (Coloured).. 25.. 

St. Alban So.. 

St. Matthias ( Coloured ) 26 . . 

St. Paul 43.. 

St. John 16.. 

Messiah 107.. 

Heavenly Rest 

Christ 4 . . 

St. Philip 4-. 

St. Paul 44.. 

Trinity 29.. 

St. Philip (Coloured).. 8.. 

St. Timothy 44-. 

St. Mary 21. . 

St. Stephen 152.. 

St. Cyprian (Coloured) 36.. 

St. Bartholomew 35 • • 

St. Tames (Coloured).. 33- • 
Christ 44S.. 

St. Ambrose 106 . . 

St. Augustine Chapel. . 165 . . 

St. Mary Chapel 10.. 

St. Saviour 52.. 

The Good Shepherd 424'. 

St. Thomas 56.. 

Good Shepherd 12.. 

St. Clement 

All Saints 11. . 

Messiah 19.. 

Good Shepherd 23s . . 

St. Judc 23. . 

St. Matthew 42 . . 

St. Mark 6.. 

St. Mary 20. . 

St. Luke 178.. 

Sl John 7.. 

St. Peter 21 /. 

St. Simeon (Coloured). 56.. 

St. Thomas 7.. 

Trinity no.. 

St. Gabriel 5 • ■ 

Transfiguration 29 . . 

Emmanuel 27.. 

St. Mary 20. . 

St. Joseph Chajiel «;.. 

St. Luke 10. . 

Holy Cross (Coloured) 9.. 

Trinity 40 . . 

Knowihurst Chapel ... 9.. 

Emmanuel 4 . . 

St. Peter 9.. 

Calvary and Chapel. . .347. . 
St. Luke (Coloured) ... 89. . 

Cnlvary 59.. 

Christ • ^1 " 

St. Luke( Coloured).. 14.. 
All Saints (Coloured) ..28.. 

Emmanuel 60.. 

Grace 54. . 

St. John 76 . . 

St. Mark (Coloured).. ZT - > 

St. Timothy 140.. 

St. Paul 186.. 

St. Stephen (Coloured) i s • . 
St. Andrew 27 . . 



Robert Percy Eubanks. . 

( Francis Joyner. 

(William Thomas Picard^ 
Edward Lucien Malone. 
Robert Erskine CampbelL 
Bertram E. Brown. 
William Jones CJordon. 

Archdeacon Delany. 
Francis Joyner. 
Archdeacon Delany. 
Edmund Lucien Malone. 
Herbert S. Osburn. 
Herbert S. Osburn. 
John Jaber Lanier. 
Archdeacon Hughes. 
Simeon J. M. Brown. 
W. Lawton Mellichampe.* 
Alexander C. D. Noe. 
Archdeacon Delany. 
W. Lawton Mellichampe.* 

Frcd'k H. T. Horsfield. 
Charles Henry Male. 
Harry Oswald Nash. 
James Edward King. 
S Milton Augustus Barber. 
Ijephtha Hayes Swann. 
James Edward King. 
Aaron Burtis Hunter. 
George William Lay. 
Jephtha Hayes Swann. 
Isaac McK. Pittenger, D.D. 
George Meredith Tolson. 
Krancts Joyner. 
) Archdeacon Hughes. 

Rob't Erskine Campbell, D.D. 
Robert Bruce Owens. 
? Archdeacon Hardin. 

Simeon J. M. Brown. 

Frank James Mallett. 



Charles Henrv Male. 
Harry Oswald Nash. 
Richard Warner Anderson. 
Samuel Merrill HanflF. 
Samuel Merrill Hanff. 
Edward Leslie Ogilby. 
Bertram E. Brown. 
Frank James Mallett. 
William J. Gordon. 
Archdeacon Delany. 
Robert Percy Eubanks. 
) Herbert S. Osburn. 
( 

Thomas Lee Trott. 
Bertram E. Brown. 
Tnhn William Perrv. 
riement Grenelle Bradley. 
Herbert S. Osburn. 
Archdeacon Dekny. 
Archdea'^on Delany. 
John Jabez Lanier. 

John Jaber Lanier. 
Ro'.ert y. Perry. 
John Jphez Lanier. t 

Henry Teller Cocke. DQIC 
Tames Kirar Satterwhiir. 
Simeon J. M. Brown. 



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NON-PAROCSIAL. 



[1912 



ATirett, Tames B., Cumberland, Md. 
Bailey, Thomas B., Kinston. 
Bronson, B. S., Macon. 
Cheatham, Thaddeus A., Pinehurst 
Davis, Johnson C^ D.D., Athens, Ga. 
Gregory, Henry T., Southern Pines. 
Ipgle, Julian Edward, sec. diocese, Raleigh. 
Lay, George W., St MaVy's School, Ra- 
leigh. 



Marshall, Matthias M., D.D., Morganton. 
Osborne, Edwin A:, Charlotte. 
Phelps, Girand W., Victoria, Va. 
Walker, William, Reistertown, Md. 
Waiters, Samuel P., Spartanburg, S. C. 
Williams, James Henry, CharlotteriUe, Va. 
Willcox, Cyprian P., Theo. Seminary, Va. 



NORTH DAKOTA. 

MISSIONARY DISTRICT. 
Limits.— rA« State of North Dakota, 
Population (1900), 319,146. Area, 75,000 sq. m. 
Thb Rt. Rkv. Camsron Mann, D.D., Bishop. (1901.) Residence, Fargo, N. D. 
Swcretary of Convocation. — The Rev. George J. Childs. Casselton. 
Treasurer,— C. D. Lord, Park River. 
Registrar, — The Rev. George J. Childs, Casselton. 
Chancellor. — Daniel B. Holt, Fargo. 

Council of Advice. — Clerical, the Very Rev. G. DeWitt Dowling. D.D., Pres,; the Rev. 
John Keble Burleson. Lay, A. P. Peake, Valley City; H. P. Lough, Fargo, Sec, 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The earliest services of the Church were held by the Rev. Dr. Melanchthon Hoyt of Iowa 
in 1858. He became in the following year the itinerant Missionary in North Dakota, 
making his home and missionary centre at Yankton. A memorial was presented by 
the Rt. Rev. Dr. Qarkson, Bishop of Nebraska, to the House of Bishops during the 
sessions of the General Convention in the city of Philadelphia, in October, 1883, 

? raying for two missionary jurisdictions in Dakota. It was prepared by committees 
rom both North and South Dakota, and presented fully the reasons for favourable 
action. On October 15 the prayer was granted and the Missionary Districts of Nortk 
and South Dakota were constituted. On October 16 the resignation of Dr. Clarkson 
as Bishop of North Dakota was accepted. On October 22 the House of Bishops 
nominated as Missionary Bishop of North Dakota the Rev. Dr. William David Wal- 
ker, Minister of Calvary Chapel in the city of New York. His nomination was duly 
confirmed by the House of Deputies. 

First Bishop. — William D. Walkkr. Born. June 29, 1839. Consecrated, December 20, 
1883. Translated to Western New York. January, 1897. 

Second Bishop. — Samusl C. Edsall. Bom, March 4, i860. Consecrated, January 35, 
1899. Translated to Minnesota, October 3, 1901. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church Periodical Club, — Diocesan Correspondent, Mrs. John Owen, Grand Forks, N. D. 

Girls' Friendly Society. — 

The Church Hall, Valley City,— A Home for girls attending the State Normal School. 
Rector, the Rev. Lawrence G. Moultrie. Supt., Miss Elizabeth E. Yardley. 

Church League of the Baptized, — Organising Diocesan Sec, Mrs. Grant S. Hager, St 
Grafton, N. D. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized June, 1890.] Annual meeting: at the 
close of Convention. Pres., Mrs. Cameron Mann, Fargo. Sec, Mrs. George Han- 
cock, 718 Broadway, Fargo. 

Junior Department. — Pres., Mrs. E. A. Maglone, Larimore. 



statistics. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions . . . . 
Unorganinzed Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms .* 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



1910. 



34 


»S 


3 


3 


4a 


46 


4a 


44 


4a 


42 


aa3 


a83 


13a 


166 


a,2i9 


2,146 


99 


108 


741 


736 


$32,496 


$34,610 



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The 28th Annual Convocation trill meet in Fargo, in May, 1912. 

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NORTH DAKOTA. 
THE CLERQY. 



279^ 



CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF GETHSEMANE icom. 286), FARGO. 

Thb BXIHOP. 

Dean.-— The Very Rev. Gasherie DeWHt Dowling, D.D. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — The Rev. John Keble Burleson, the Rev. Robert C. John- 
stone, the Rev. Guy P. Burleson, the Rev. Albert £. Clattenburg, the Rev. Lawrenoe 
G. Moultrie. 



PAUSHSS AND MIMIOWS. 



Ardoch 

Ashley 

Bathgate 

Beach 

Bismarck .... 

Bowbells 

Braddock .... 

Brocket 

Buffalo 

Byron 

Calvin 

Cando 

Cannon Ball . 
Carrington . . . 
Caasdton .... 

Crary 

DeviVs Lake . 

Dickey 

Dickinson .... 

Drayton 

Edinburgh . . . 

Edmore 

Ellendale 

Endcrlin 

Englevale . . . . 

Esmond 

Fessenden . . . . 

Forbes 

Forest River . 

Forman ^ 

Fort Berthold 
Fort Totten . . 



Fort Yates 
FuUerton .. 
Gladstone . 
Grafton ... 



Grand Forks 



Guelph 

Hampden . 
Harvey . . . 
Hazleton .. 
Jamestown 

Kenmare . . 

Kulm 

Lakota 

Langdon . . 
Larimore . . 
Lawton . . . . 
La Moure . 
Lidgerwood 
Linton .... 
Lisbon .... 
Lttdden .... 
Mandan ... 



CHURCHU AMD 
COMMrMICAlfTt. 



St. Andrew 
Redeemer . . 
St. George".' 



Calvary 



St. John 

St. John (Sioux Mis'n) 



St." Stephen . 
St. Barnabas 
The Advent . 

St. John 

St. John 



9* 
8. 

27. 

20. 

67' 
4- 
3- 
3- 

17. 
6. 
6. 
7. 

SO. 
. 22. 

:1: 

.109. 
. 6. 
. 88. 
2. 
. 3- 
. 4- 

• 9. 

• 7. 
. 4. 
. 6. 
. 4- 



St. Bartholomew 10. 

... 7. 

.. 7. 

.. 71. 



Indian Mission 
St. Mark 



Standing Rock Agency. 1 1 . 



St. James 34 • 

St. Paul 221. 



Grace 



5. 

4. 

9. 
16. 
78. 



St. Paul 25. 

4. 

Good Shepherd 27. 

Our Saviour 22. 

St. John 29 • 



8.. 



St. James 14. 

8. 

Holy Trinity 37- 

Christ .... .5. . . .'. .'. . . 47 • 



Edward Weller Burleson. 
Served From Grand Forks. 
John S. Brayfield. 
Nelson E. Ellsworth. 

Served from Bismarck. 
Served from Grand Forks. 
George J. Childs. 



Aaron Mc.G. Beede. 
Edward Welles Burleson. 
George J. Childs. 
) Albert Edwin Clattenburg. 

Frank A. Shore. 
John S. Brayfield. 

V Served From Grand Forks. 

Edward Welles Burleson. 
Laurance G. Moultrie. 
Frank A. Shore. 

Edward Welles Burleson. 

Served from Grand Forks. 
Edward Welles Burleson. 
Aaron McG. Beede. 
William David Rees. 

Aaron McG. Beede. 
Edward Welles Burleson. 
John S. Brayfield. 
Served from Grand Forks. 

rjohn Keble Burleson. 
-j Charles Burton Upson. 

tjohn Joseph Cowan. 

Served from Grand Forks. 



Edward Welles Burleson. 
William Leonard Blaker. 

Served from Grand Forks. 

Frank A. Shore. 
Charles Brown. 

Frank A. Shore. 

Nelson E. Ellsworth. 



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rAlItHU AND liisuoirt. 



MayviUe .... 

Medford 

McQusky ... 
McHenry .... 
Michigan .... 

Milnor 

Minncwaukon 

Minot 



Monango 

New Rockford .. 

Noonan 

Oake* 

Osnabrock , 

Park River 

' Pembina 

Red HaU Camp . . 

Rolla 

Ruffby 

SarTe* 

Steele 

St. I homaa 

Towner . 

Turtle Lake 

Turtle Mountain 

Valley City 

Wahpeton 

Walhalla ........ 

WalsbviUe 

Warwick 

Webster 

WilHston 

Wiihek 

York 

Scattering 



CUUtCBU AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



Calvary lo. 

Ascension 5. 

10. 

St. Michael 6. 

9. 

3. 

Grace ' 24 . 

All Saints 42 . 



St. Peter . 

Grace 

St. Gabriel 
St. John . . 
St. Paul .. 



St. John 
St. Mark 



All Saints 
Trinity ... 
St. Peter . 
St. Luke . 



St. Clement 
St. Peter .. 



Grace 



3- 

6. 

4. 
26. 
15. 
25. 
30. 
29. 
33. 
30. 
10. 

7. 

5. 
39. 

3- 
12. 
60. 
19. 
14. 
20. 

6. 
18. 

1: 

8. 



George J. Childi. 

Served from Grand Forks. 
Ernest Cecil Biller. 
Lawrence G. Moultrie. 
Served from Grand Forks. 

Ernest Cecil Biller. 

William Leonard Blaker. 

Edward Welles Burleson. 
Ernest Cecil Biller. 

Charles H. Brown. 

Samuel Currie. 
R. C. Johnston. 
Aaron McG. Beede. 
Wellington Salt. 



Edward Welles Burleson. 
Served from Grand Forks. 

Ernest Cecil Biller. 
Aaron McG. Beede. 
Lawrence G. Moultrie. 
Charles H. Brown. 
) Served from Grand Forks. 

Albert Edwin Clattenburg. 
Claude Bertram Runnals. 
Edward Welles Burleson. 



NONPAROCHIAL. 

Burleson, Hugh Latimer, Church Missions I Wilford, Lewis, Mandan. 
House, New York. I 



NORTH TEXAS. 

MISSIONARY DISTRICT. 



Limits. — That part of the State of Texas lying west and north of the Counties of Wich- 
ita, Archer, Young, Stephens. Eastland, Brown, McCulloch, Concho, Tom Green, 
Try on, Crockett, Pecos and Reeves. 

Population (1910), 388,349. Area, 72,682 sq. m. 

The Rev. Edward Arthur Temple, Missionary Bishop. (191 1.) Residence, Amarillo, 

Texas. 
Secretary. — Oscar Oliver, Big Spring. 
Treasurer. — C. J. E. Lowndes, Amarillo. 
Registrar. — The Rev. Ernest Rudd AUman, Abilene. 
Chancellor. — Th<* Hon. Arthur Yonge, Snyder. 
Council of Advice, — Clerical, the Rev. Ernest Rudd Allamn, the Rev. 

Lay, Will Steth, J. C. Prude. 



HISTORICAl NOTES. 

(See Texas, West Texas and Dallas.) 



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Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — (Organized 19x1.] Prss,, Mrs. Mary B. Mar- 
shallt Colorado, Texas. 



Oergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions . . . 
Unorganized Missions and Stations. . 

Baptisms 

Confimied '. 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers and Officers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions .' 




The ad Annual Convocation will be held at Qarendon, May za, 19x3. 

THE CLERGY. 

Tbb Bishop. 



Archdeacon. — ^The Ven. Eugene Cecil Se 

General Missionary to the Panhandle. — The Rev. Edwin Weary. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains, — The Rev. Milton R. Worsham, the Rev. Edwin Weaiy. 



PAKXSHSS AND MISSIONS. 



Abilene . . . 
Albany ... 
Amarillo . . . 

Baird 

Ballinger . . 
Barstow . . . 
Big Spring 
Canyon . . . 
Childress .. 
Clarendon . 
Colorado . . 
Crosbyton . 

Dalhart 

Farwell . . . 
Lubbock . . , 
Plainview . 
Quanah . . . 
Shamrock . . 
Vernon . . . . 
Haskell .... 
McLean . . . 
Midland . . . 
Odessa .... 

Ogden 

Snyder .... 

Spur 

Stamford . . 



CBUtCHU AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



Heavenly Rest 

Trinity 

St. Andrew 

Holy Cross 

All Saints 

Christ 

St. Mary the Virgin. 

All Saints 

St. Luke 

St John Baptist 

All Saints 



.135. 
. 29. 
.159. 
. II. 
. 30. 
. 17. 
. 64. 

'. is! 

. 57. 
• 55- 



St. Tames 

St. Matthew 

St. Paul 

St. Mark 

St. John 

St. Mich. & All Angels. 



St. Mark 



Grace . 
Trinity 



6. 
31. 
14. 
13. 
20. 

12. 
II. 

4- 
14. 
•5. 

4. 



II. 
14. 



Ernest Rudd Allmao. 
Milton Rhorer Worsham. 



David A. Sanford. 
David A. Sanford. 
Edwin Weary. 
Edwin Weary. 
Edwin Weary. 



Edwin Weary. 

Edwin Weary. 

I David A. Sanford. 

Archdeacon. 



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DIOCESE OF OHIO. (A. D. 181&) 

LiMXTS. — The Diocese comprises that portion of the State of Ohio lyimt north sf tkt 
southern line of the counties of Mercer, Shelby, AugkdMe, Logan, union, Marien, 
MoTfow, Knox, Coshocton, Tuscarawas, Harrison, and Jefferson, 

Populatioii (xgoo), 2,244,198. Area, 31,007 mi> xn« 

Tkb Rt. Rxv. William Andrew Lbonard, D.D., Bishop. (1889.) Residence, 3054 EucEd 
Ave., Cleveland. 

Seeretary of Convention,^-Tht Rer. George P. Atwater, 56 Oakdale Ave, Akron. 

Registrar.—Thc Rev. W. L. Romilly, 4062 East 91st St., Cleveland. 

Treasurer of the Diocese, — ^H. £. Handerson, M.D., 1924 East 66th St, Cleveland. 

Cktmcellor.—The Hon. Thomas M. Sloane, Sandusky. 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. Abner Lord Fraser, Pres.; the Rev. Samuel N. 
Watson, D.D., the Rev. Walter R. Breed, D.D., the Rev. Henry E. Cooke. Lay. 
Thomas M. Sloane, William G. Mather, Robert West. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The earliest services of the Church were held at Qeveland by the Rev. Dr. Seth Hart of 
Connecticut in 1797. He was temporarily on the Western Reserve aa an ag^ent of the 
Connecticut Land Company. The Rev. ^ames Kilbourne, of Worthington. . Connecti- 
cut, formed the Scioto Company, and in 1803 founded Worthington, Ohio. The 
members of the Company were principally Churchmen from Connecticut. In 1804, 
St. John's Church, Worthington, was organized, of which Mr. Kilbourne became the 
minister. The Rev. Dr. Joseph Doddridge, of Virginia, formed, in 18 14, parishes at 
St. Qairsville, Morristown and Zanesville, besides ministering occasionally in other 
places. Preliminary Conventions w^re held at Worthington on October 21 and 22, 
18 1 6, and at Windsor on April 2, 181 7. The Primary Convention, at which the 
Diocese was organized, was held at Worthington on June 3, 4, 5, 18 18. The Rer. 
Philander Chase was elected as Bishop. The Diocese was divided in 1874. 

First Bishop. — Philander Chase. Born, December 14, 1775. Consecrated, February 11, 
1819. Resigned, 1831, and became First Bishop of Illinois. Died, September 20, i852> 

Second Bishop. — Charles Pettit McIlvaine. Born, January 18, 1799. Consecrated, 
October 31, 1832. Died, March 13, 1873. 

Third Bishop. — Gregory Thurston Bbdbll. Born, August 27, 181 7'. Consecrated, Octo- 
ber 13, 1859. Resigned, and resignation accepted by House or Bishops, October 18, 
1889. Died, March 11, 1892. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church Club of Cleveland.— [OTgSLtiized 1898.] Pres., Robert H. Clark, Qeveland. Sec, 



vrch Club of C/^v^tend.— [Organized 1898.] Pres., Rob 
Louis G. Madison, mo Rockefeller Bldg., Qeveland. 



Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Mrs. A. N. Dawson, 1459 Mars Ave., 
Lakewood. 

Daughters of the King, — Diocesan Sec, Mrs. F. M. Davin, Mt. Vernon. 

Girls* Friendly Society.— Pres.. Miss Edith H. Jones. 2210 E. osth St., Cleveland. Sum- 
mer Home, Salida Beach, O. Sec, Miss M. Parsons, Cleveland. 

Good Samaritan Hospital, Sandusky.— Under the auspices of Grace Parish. 
Harcourt Place Seminary, Gambier. — Miss H. Merwin, Principal. 
Holy Cross House for Crippled Children, Sixth and Wilson Aves., Cleveland, 
Kenyan College, Gambier. — (See Educational Institutions.) 

5"*. John Orphanage, 2619 Franklin Ave., Cleveland. — Sisters of Transfiguration. 
The Vacation Home (Gordon Cottage), Milan. 

The Church Home, 568 Prospect Street, Cleveland.— Pres.. Mrs. W. A. Leonard. Chap 
lain, the Rev. John Louis Petit Qarke. Deaconess, Sister Sarah. 

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fVoman's AajnUary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organised 1S7S.] Annual meeting: Tuesday m 
week following Diocesan Convention. Fres., Mrs.W. A. Leonard, Cleveland 5*c. 
and Treat,, Mrs. J. B. Savage, Euclid Ave.. Cleveland. Trea^., Mrs. G. S. Batts, 
Monclair, N. J. 

Junior Department, — Director, Mrs. H. P. Knapp. Painesville. 



Diocesan Paper. — "Church Life." 
Ohio. 



Editor, the Rev. W. M. Washington, Cuyahoga Falk. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishts and Missions .. 
Unorganised Missions and Chapels, 

Bai>tiaai8 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Industrial School Teachers 

Industrial School Scholars 

Contributions . , 



1910. 



$412,193 



191X. 



100 


100 


.4 


wJ 


117 


116 


7 


8 . 


1,134 
1,084 


i,o8;i 


944 


24,093 


24,100 


988 
8,007 


,m 



$320,285 



The 95th Annual Convention will meet in May, 19 12, in Trinity Cathedral, Cleveland. 

THE CLERGY. 

TRINITY CATHEDRAL (.com, 1,139), CLEVELAND. Euclid Ave. and Perry St. 

Thb Cathbosal Chaptkk. 
The Bishop. 
D#an.— The Very Rev. Frank Du Moulin. LL.D. 

Assistants. — ^The Rev. J. Louis P. Clark, the Rev. John F. Keene, the Rev. Walter 
MacCowat. 

Senior Canon, — ^The Rev. 

Honorary Canons. — The Rev. David Felix Davies, D.D., the Rev. Henry E. Cooke, tlie 

Rev. James H. Young, the Rev. William E. Wright. 
Archdeacon. — The Ven. Asa A. Abbott, Cathedral House, Euclid Ave. and 22d St., 

Cleveland. 
Deans of Convocations. — Cleveland: the Rev. Abner L. Eraser, Sandusky. Tiffin: the Rev, 

J. H. Young. Toledo: the Rev. John M. Hunter. 
Bishop's Examining Chaplains.— The Rev. Henry E. Cooke, the Rev. David F. Davies, the 

Rev. James H. Young, the Rev. William E. Wright. 
General Missionary to Deaf Mutes.— The Rev. B. R. Allabough, Cleveland. 



PABIS9SS AVD MIMZOMt. 



Akron 

Alliance 

Ashtahiila .... 

BaVberton .'... 
Bdlefontaine .. 

Bellevue 

Berea 

Bou-dman .... 

Bowling Green 
Bryvn ........ 

Bttcyrus. < .. 



CHUKCHBSAND COMMUNICANTS 



Our Saviour 490 . 

St. Andrew 27. 

St. Paul 592. 

Trinity 75. 

Grace 124. 

St. Peter :258. 

St. Andrew 35 • 

Trinity 162 . 

St. Paul 125. 

St. Thomas 36. 

St. James .• 47 • 

Annunciation 9 . 

Trinity 19. 

St. John 75- 



George P. Atwater. 

Samuel Newell Watson, D.D. 

Samuel Newell Watson, D.D. 

Arthur Wilson Higby. 
John Fairburn. 
James M. Forbes. 
George Parkin Atwater. 
Archdeacon. 

Edward Simpson Barkdull. 
Frank Du Moulin, LL.D. 
Abner Lord Eraser. 

Frederick Constable Roberts;. 

Alvah Irving Ernest Boss. 



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Caaton 

Cardington 

Catawba laland 

Qeveland (Scranton Ave. 

cor. Mentor) 

(Kinsman St) 

(£uclid Ave. opp. Brook- 
field) 

(Superior St.) 

(East Madison Ave., 
southwest cor. Varian 

St.) 

(Huron & Prospect Sts.).. 

(So. Harvard c. Sawyer). 

(Wade Parke Ave. n. 

Commonwealth) 



(Euclid Heights) ...'.*V.'. 

(Chapel St, cor. Scovill).. 

(Wilson Ave. cor. Sixth 
Ave.) 

((Hiurch St. cor. Wall) . .'.' 

West (Lake Ave. n. 
Huntington) 

(Franklin Ave. cor. Lib- 
erty) 

(Woodland Ave.) ........' 

(Corner of Wallingford 

(Euclid Ave.' and Case) V! 



St. Paul iga . 

(3o:)d Shepherd 14. 

Holy Sacrament 45 . 

All Saints 149 . 

Atonement 38. 

Emmanuel 1,112. 

Christ 217. 

Good Shepherd 536. 

Grace 499. 

Grace (South) 250. 

Holy Spirit 219. 

Incarnation 363 . 

St. Agnes 35. 

St. Alban 95 . 

St. Andrew 167 ! 

IJ- Ja°^^s 144. 

ot. J onn 350 . , 



Arthur Wilson Higby. 

Archdeacon. 

Jesse Erwin Brodhead. 

Thomas G. C. McCalla. 
Frederick Burt Avery, 
f John Carl Jager. 



irgil Boyer. 



(Jeorge L Foster. 
Charles Clinch Bubb. 
W. S. Llewellyn RomiUy. 

Russell Kirby Caulk. 
Gerard Francis Patterson. 
Brewster R. Allabough. 
Edmund Gilmore Mapes. 
Benjamin Wellington Paxton 
I James Ele^ar Craig. 
\F. Graeme Davis. 
Henry E. Cooke. 



S*- Luke 441.. John Rose Stalker. 

St. Mark 418. 

St. Mary 158. 



(East) 

(Brooklyn) .. 

Qyde 

CoUinwood . . . , 
Conneaut ..... 

Coshocton 

Cross Creek . . . 
Cuyahoga Falls 

Defiance 

Dennison , 

East Liverpool , 
East Plymouth . 

Eljrria 

Findlay 

Fostoria 

Fremont 

Galion 

Cambier 

Geneva 

Hicksville , 

Hudson , 

Huron , 

Jefferson 

Kent 

Kenton 

Kinsman 

Lakewood 



Lima . . . . , 
Lisbon . . . 
Lorain . . . 
(South) 
I^rme .... 
Mansfield . 
Marion ... 
MarysvUle 



St. Matthew 134 . 

St. Paul 839. 

St. Paul 264. 

St. Philip the Apostle. . 156. 

Grace 72. 

St. Stephen no. 

St. Paul 123. 

Trinity loi. 

St. James 14 . 

St. John ..384. 

Grace m. 

St. Barnabas 56 . , 

St. Stephen 662. '. 

St. Matthew r ly. , 

St. Andrew 328 . . 

Trinity 119.. 

Trinity 80.. 

St. Paul 265.. 

Grace 165.. 

Holy Spirit 398.. 

Christ 67 . 

St. Paul li.: 

Christ 105.. 

Christ 160.. 

Tj^'jity 34.. 

Clirist y-i 

St. Paul 28.; 

Grace 12.. 

Ascension 2'?4. 

St. Peter lg,[ 

Christ 195 . *. 

Trinity 35 . .* 

Redeemer .• 156 . . 

St. David 98. .' 

Trinity 27 . 

G^ace 406.. 

St. Paul £76.. 

St. Mary 30.. 



W. B. Kinkaid. 

Leslie Ernest Sunderland. 

Claude S. Soares. 

f Walter R. Breed, D.D. 

} Francis T. H. Finn. 

Clarence Adrian Langston^ 

Claude S. Soares. 

Thomas Jenkins. 

Gerard Francis Patterson. 

Robert Henry Fairburn. 

Frank Albus. 

Edwin B. Redhead. 

William -Morrow Washingtoo 
Jesse S. Wicks. 

Walter (Gordon Moffatt. 

Robert Kell. 

Robert Henry Fairburn. 

Nathaniel D. Bigelow. 
William John Hawthorne. 
Thurlow Washburn Null. 
Thomas Jenkins. 
Alvah Irving Ernest Boss. 
(George F. Smythe, D.D. 
William E. Wright 
Jesse S. Wicks. 
Henry Clay Johnson. 
Edwin W. Todd. 
Robert Henry Fairburn. 
Francis Mcllwain. 
William John Hawthorne. 
Archdeacon. 

William Ashton Thompson. 
John Medley Withycombe. 
J. Edward Hand. 
George John Sturgis. 
Creetus A. Dowell. 
Nathaniel D. Bigelow. 
F.dward S. Barkdull. 
Samuel Edward Thompson. 
Albion Herbert Ross. 
Albion Herbert Ross. 



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285 



PAKisun AMD Mimoira. chukchuandcommomicants 



Massillon 

Maumee , 

Medina , 

Milan 

Mill Cre«k (Mound) 

MonroeviUe , 

Mount Gilead 

Mount Vernon 

Napoleon 

New Philadelphia ..., 

Niles 

Norwalk 

Obcrlin 

Painesville 

Peninsula 

Perry 

Port Clinton 

Ravenna 

Salem 

Sandusky 



Shelby 

Sidney 

Steuben ville 



Tiffin 

Tiltonville 

Toledo 

Toledo (Western Ave. near 

Broadway) 

(Huron St.. and Stickney 

Ave.) 

(nth St. and Washington 
Ave.) 



East Side (4th and Euclid 

(Aves.) 

(Adams & St. Ciair Sts.). 



(Auburn Ave.) 

Unionville 

Upper Sandusky . 

Warren 

Wcllsville 

WillouRhby 

Windsor Mills . . . 

Wooster 

Youngstown 



St. Timothy 419. 

St. Paul no. 

St. Paul 170. 

St. Luke 64. 

St. Mark 12. 

Zion ^ 91 . 

Transfiguration 25. 

St. Paul 426. 

St. John 15. 

Trinity 52. 

St. Luke 115. 

St. Paul 404. 

Christ 65 . 

St. James 346 . 

Bronson Memorial . — 16. 

St. Anne 20. 

St. Thomas 144 . 

Grace 138. 

Our Saviour 150. 

Calvary 414. 

Grace "] 

St. Tohn f490. 

St. Luke J 

St. Mark 94 . 

St. Mark 38. 

St'. Stephen '. . 192 . 

St. Paul 459. 

Trinity 158. 

Holy Cross 15. 

All Saints 59 . 

Calvary ...195. 

Grace 240. 



St. Tohn Evangelist ... 60. 
St. Mark 777- 

St. Paul 4.14. 

Trinity 1,383. 

St. Andrew 82. 

St. Michael 37- 

Trinity 16. 

Christ 321. 

Ascension 95. 

Grace 51. 

Christ 4- 

St. Tames 174. 

St. John 1,115. 



St. Augustine 24 . 

St. Andrew 



Samuel Ward. 

Louis Eugene Daniels. 

Henry Dayton Stauffer. 

Edwin W. Todd. 

Frank Albus. 

George Alvin Wieland. 

Archdeacon. 

William Edgar Hull 

Jesse S. Wicks. 

Walter Gordon Moffatt. 

Lyman P. McDonald, D.D. 

George Alvin Wieland. 

Roy Johnson Riblett. 

Robert John Freeborn. 

Henry Clay Tohnson. 

William E. Wright. 

Jesse Erwin Brodhead. 

Francis McTlwain. 

John S. Haight. 

Henry L. McClellan. 



Alvah Irving Ernest Boss. 
Archdeacon. 
Edwin B. Redhead. 
William Martin Sidener. 
James Henry Young. 
William Martin Sidener. 
William E. Gilliam. 

I^uis Eugene Daniels. 

Frederick Constable Roberts. 

Robert LeRoy Harris. 

James Carlton Ferrier. 

(George Gunnell. 

)john Merritt Hunter. 
H. E. S. Somerville. 
Tames M. Forbes. 
Thurlow Washburn Null. 
Lyman P. McDonald, D.D. 
George John Sturgis. 
John Fairburn. 
Archdeacon Abbott. 

( Abner I^rd Fraser. 

) Alfred Izon. 

( Abner Lord Fraser. 

\ B .Wellington Paxton. 

(Abner I^ord. Eraser. ' 

\ Alfred laion. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Barkdull, Thomas N., Toledo. 
Broadwell, Homer J., New Haven, Conn. 
Davies, David Felix, D.D., Professor, Gam- 
bier. 
Davidson, Charles S. 
Denning, Hickman, Cleveland. 
Hall, Francis Mason, Lakewood. 
Jones, Hosea W., D.D., Prof., Gambier. 



Osbourne, Richard H. G., Morrisville, 

Bucks Co., Pa. 
Peirce, William Foster, L.H.D., President, 

Kenyon College, Gambier. 
Schlemon. Isaac D., Urmi, Persia. 
Scott, Walter, Oberlin. 
Strcibert, Jacob, Professor, Gambier. 
Weida, C^orge F., prof. iCenyon College, 

Gambier. 



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OKLAHOMA.* 

MISSIONARY DISTRICT. 

LzMiTS. — Th4 State of Oklahoma, 
Population (1907): Oklahoma, 1,414,042. Area, 69,830 tq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rev. Francis Kby Bkookb, D.D., Missionary Bishop. (1893.) Residence, 427 

West Ninth St, Oklahoma City. 
Registrar. — 

Secretary of Convocation, — 
Assistant Secretary, — 
Tteasurer. — ^Thomas H. Dwyer, Chickasha. 
Chancellor, — ^Henry G. Snyder, Oklahoma City. 
Council of Advice, — Clerical, the Rev. A. B. Nicholas, Guthrie, Pres. Lay, John R. Rose, 

J. C Clark. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

Services were held in the Indian Territory by the Rev. J, B. Wickes in 1884. Upon the 
opening of Oklahoma in x88p, to settlement, a parish was formed at Guthrie. The 
House of Bishops at the sessions of the General Convention held in Baltimore, Mary- 
land, in October, 1892, constituted Oklahoma and the Indian Territory a Missionary 
Jurisdiction. On October 21, the Rev. Francis Key Brooke, Rector of Trinity Church, 
Atchison, Kansas, was nominated as Missionary Bishop and duly confirmed. There 
were then two missionaries in Oklahoma, none in Indian Territory, and one church 
building. In November, 1907, the two territories became the State of Oklahoma. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church League of the Baptised. — Sec, Mrs. Joseph Huckins, Jr., Oklahoma City.- 

fy Oman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized 1894.] Sec, Mrs. Robert R. Walker, 

Oklahoma City. 
Junior Department. — Mrs. E. G. Gray, Pawnee. 



Diocesan Paper. — "The Oklahoma Churchman." Managing Editor, the Rev. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions . . 
Unorganized Missions and Stations 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Parish School Teachers 

Pitrish School Scholars 

Contributions 



1910. 



17 


20 


.... 


X 


25 


25 


4a 


25 


25 


15 


130 


173 


117 
1.536 


Jil 


'5J 


84 


596 


577 



$30,424 



I9IX. 



The i8th Annual Convocation will be held at St. Matthew's Church, Enid, 

at a time to be appointed by the Bishop. 



THE CLERGY. 

Thb Bishop. 
ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL (com. ssi). OKLAHOMA CITY. 

>M».— The Very Rev. William Neely Colton. 

" Dean. — ^Western Deanery: the Rev. Albert B. Nicholas. 



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Altus .... 
Alva .... 
Anadarko 



BlackweU .. 

Capitol HiU 



ChUocoo 

Durant 

EUlmond 4 

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Enid 

Geaiy 

Granite ....... 

Guthrie 

Uobtft 

Lawton 

Marietta 

Mansua 

McCTond 

hew*irk 

Nornaaa 

Okaicht 

OklahoonCtty 



Paul's Valtejr 
Pawitce ...... 

Parry 

Poiica Cttr •• 

PurccU 

Red Vobat .... 



Snyder 

Stillwater ..< 
S algJm r .... 
Xecumseh . • « 
Wanetta .... 
Watonga .... 
Wellston ... 
WeatherfOTd 
Whirlwind .. 

Woodward .. 



St. Paul 14. 

St Stephen 24. 

Grace 4. 

St. Philip 7*. 

CalVa'ry ",'.'.'.'. '.*.'. .*!!!.*.' 6 ! 

St. Stephen 27. 

St. Luke 77. 

(Indian) 30 . 

12. 



Christ Memorial 59. 

St. Matthew 100. 

Emmanuel 6. 

Trinity '..*.*...'.'.*.*.'.*.*!'. 71! 

St John xo. 

St Andrew 27, 

Epiphany , 6. 

6. 



St. John 21,, 

St. John 2s. , 

Redeemer (Coloured).. 36.. 

Calvary 6 . . 

St Mary 26.. 

Ascension 57.. 

St Mark 10.. 

St. Andrew 5 . . 

St. James 31 . . 

5<- 

Emmanuel 123. . 



St. Andrew 27. . 

St Luke 19- . 

All Saints *!*.*. *. '. *.*.*.*.*.*. *. 9 '. ! 

St Stephen 5.. 

4-- 

St. Luke (Indian) .... 34.. 

St John 19.. 



Francis Paul Keicher. 



Harold LInwood Bowen. 
Sherman Coolidge. 

Cathedral Qersy. 
Henry H^gopd Fay. 
£dward Crharlei RusseU. 
Henry Hapgood Fay. 

Albert B. NichoUs. • 



Arthur H. Marsden. 
Cathedral Dergy. 

J. M. Mathias. 



Arthur H. Marsden. 
Arthur Leopold Kenyon. 
Archdeacon Baird. 



William Du Hamel. 

Arthur Leopold KenyOn. 
Joseph Webster Watta. 

Henry Hapgood Fay. 



(Sherman Coolidse. 
1 David P. Oakerhater. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Coerr, Charles Thompson, McAlester. 
McGarvey, Jamei E. 
Ryan, James A 



Snell, L. H., Paehuta, Misa. 
Smith, Henry Benton, Park HilL 
Tuttle, Dwight W., Muskogee. 



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DIOCESE OF OLYMPIA. (A. D. 1910.) 

LiMirs.— That part of t^e State of Washington that lies to the west of the Cascad* 
Mountains, 

Population (iqoo), 338,825* Area, 34*880 tq. m. 

The Rt. Rkv. Fredewc W, Krator, D I;., Bishop. (1902.) Residence, The Rutland, 
Tacoma, Wash. 

Secretary of Convention, — The Rev. Rodney J. Arney, Kent. 

Treasurer. — N, B. Coffman, Chehalis. 

Registrar.— ThQ Rev. Frederick T. Webb, D.D., Tacoma, Wash. 

Chancellor. — Charles E. Shepard, Seattle. 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. Rodney J. Arney, the Rev. Sidney H. Morgan. 

the Rev. Charles Ysla Gnmes, Sec; the Rev. Frederick T. Webb, Pres. Lay. F. M. 

Padelford, P. C. Kaufman, H. O. Wilkinson, Col. H. F. Garretson. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

(See Oregon.) 

The Missionary Bishop, Dr. Scott, made a preliminary visitation of Washington Territory in 
the summer of 1854. In October, 1854, the Rev. Dr. John McCarty, Chaplain in the 
U. S. Army, was stationed at Fort Steilacoom on Puget Sound and held services in the 
fort chapel for the garrison and the people. He also officiated regularly at Olympia. A 
memorial from the Bishop and Clerical representatives of the Missionary Jurisdiction of 
Oregon and Washin^on was presented to the House of Bishops at the sessions of 
the General Convention held in the city of New York in October, 1880, asking for 
the erection of Washington Territory into a separate jurisdiction. On October 15 
the prayer was granted. On October 21, the Rev. Dr. J. Houston Eccleston, Rector 
of Emmanuel Church, Baltimore, Maryland, was nominated. Upon his declination, 
on October 25, the Rev. William Andrew Leonard, Rector of the Church of the 
Redeemer, Brooklyn, New York, was nominated. The nomination was withdrawn 
upon Dr. Leonard's declination, and on October 26 the Rev. Dr. John Adams Pad- 
dock, Rector of St. Peter's Church, Brooklyn, Long Island, was nominated and 
duly confirmed. A memorial from the Missionary Jurisdiction of Washington was 

Presented to the House of Bishops at the General Convention during its sessions in 
Baltimore, Maryland, in October, 1892, praying for a division of the Jurisdiction. 
On October 21 the prayer was granted, and the title of Missionary Bishop of Wash- 
ington changed to the Missionary Bishop of Olympia. At the General Convention of 
1910 the District was erected into a Diocese. 

First Bishop. — ^Thomas Fielding Scott. Missionary Bishop of Oregon and Washington 
Territory. Consecrated, January 8, 1854. Died, July 14, 1867. 

Second Bishop. — Benjamin Wistar Morris. Died April 7, 1906. The Juris- 
diction of Oregon and Washington Territory was divided in 1880 by the setting apart 
of Washington as a separate jurisdiction and providing it with a Bishop of its own. 

Third Bishop. — ^John Adams Paddock. Bom, January 19, 1825. Consecrated Bishop of 
Washington, December 15, 1880. Jurisdiction divided and title changed to Bishop of 
Olympia, 1892. Died, March 4, 1894. 

Fourth Bishop. — William Morris Barker. Bom, May 12, 1854. Consecrated Bishop of 
Western Colorado, January 25, 1893. Translated to Oljrmpia, 1894. Died, February 
21, 1901. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Annie Wright Seminary, Tacoma. — Principal, Miss Cora L. Fitch. 

Daughters of the King.— Diocesan Sec, Miss Georgia Morton, 414 Columbia St, Seattle. 

De Koven Mali {''or Boys), Lake Fmw.— [Est 189a.] PHncipai, D. S. Pulford. 

Fannie C, Paddock Memorial Hospital, Tacoma. — [Est. 1881.] Supt,, Albert J. Burrowi. 

St, Luke's Hospital, Bellingham.r-Supt,, A. W. Cheatham. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch, — [Organised September, 1881.] Annual meeting: 
time and place of Annual Convention. Sec, Miss £. H. Majmard, 807 Nort I St, 
Tacoma. 

Junior Department, — Mrs. Frank Ellis, iii Republican St., Seattle. /^^^^^T^ 

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289 



Clergy 

PriesU Ordained 

Church £difices 

Organized Parishes and Missions . \ 

Unorganized Parishes and Missions / 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



19x0. 



' 34 


33 


I 


X 


47 


4S 


49 


SO 


530 


467 


5.^6 


^371 

6.205 


260 


387 


3,304 


2.45a 


l73»743 


$80,779 



The 32d Annual Convocation will meet in May, 19 12, when and where the Bishop 

shall appoint. 

THE CLERGY. 

■Thk Bishop. 
Bishop's Examining Chaplains.--Tht Rev. R. D. Nevius, D.D., the Rev. Herbert Henrj 

Gowen, the Rev. Frederick T. Webb. 
Oeneral Missionary, — ^The Rev. George Qement King, D.D., Seattle. 



PAEZSUBS AND MIlIIOHt. 



Aberdeen 

Anacortes 

Auburn 

Avon 

Ballard 

Blaine 

Bremerton .... 
Bellingham . . . 

Buckley 

Burlington . . . . 
Castle Rock . . . 

Centralia 

Chehalis 

Dunlap 

East Sound ... 

Elma 

Everett 

Hoquiam 

Irondale 

Lsmden 

Kent 

Larchmont 

Monroe 

Montesano . . . . 
Mount Vernon 

Olympia 

OnUU 

Port Angeles .. 
Port Townsend 
Puyallnp ...... 

Renton 

Seattle 

Sedro-Wooley . 

Segttin 

Snobpmiih .... 



CHUKCHSS AMD 
COHMUMICANTS. 



St. Andrew 72, 

Christ 60. 

St. Matthew 20. 

Ascension 3 . 

St. Stephen 20. 

Christ 20 . 

St. Paul 25. 

St. Paul ..230. 

St. Paul 10. 

S.t Mark 15. 

St. Matthew 

St. John 54. 

Epiphany 89 . 

All Saints 85. 

Emmanuel 20 . 

St. Luke 2y . 

Trinity 225. 

Trinity . . .• 52 . 

Trinity 20. 

St. James 129. 

All Sains 30 . 

St. Mary 15. 

St. Mark 30. 

St. Paul 43.. 

St. John 96 . 

St. Andrew 25 . 

St. Andrew 44. 

St. Paul 43- 

Christ 61. 

St. Luke 49. 

St. Clement 141 . 

All Saints 158. 

St. Andrew 35 . 

St. Tames 36. 

St. Mark 1,358. 

St. Paul 320. 

Trinity 915. 

Epiphany 84* 

St. John 80. 

St. David 30. 

St. Luke 25. 

St. John- 48. 



Frank W. Greene. 
George Buzzelle. 
Harry Hudson. 

Ronald Hilton. 

Harry Hudson. 

A. Whitfield Cheatham. 

General Missionary. 

Gerald Reese Messias. 
Charles W. DuBois. 
Denham Henry Quinn. 
Sidney Thomas James. 
General Missionary. 
Clarence Hinman Lake. 
Edgar Martin Rogers. 
Frederick Kendall Howard. 
General Missionary. 
General Missionary. 
Rodney J. Arney. 



W. J. Getty. 
H. A. '" 



__- __. Livermore. 
Clarence Hinman Lake. 

Gerald Reese Messias. 
Rodney T. Arney. 
General Missionary. 
Brooks O. Baker. 

Sidney Thomas James. 
Thomas A. Hilton. 
Willis H. Stone. 
George John Zinn. 
George John Zinn. 
J Ernest Vincent Shaylcr. 
j Thomas A. Allenson. 
Sydney H. Morgan. 
(Herbert Henry Gowen. 
) Charles E. Rice. 
Wood Robert Stewart.' 
Maurice James Bywater. 
George Buzzelle. 
General Missionary. 
Hamilton A. Livennqr>c.T^ 
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PAKIIBSS AMD MISteOITS. 


CHUKCHU AHD 
COMMUMICAirTa. 


CLBaOY. 


Swnft* 


St. George 

Grace 

Holy Communion .... 

St. Andrew 

St. John 

St. Luke 

St. Peter : 

Trinity 

St. Luke 


. 28.. 
. 30.. 

.239.. 

• 77" 
. 32.. 
.290.. 
. 30.. 
.618.. 
.150.. 


George Buzzelle. 


Ta^oma 

Tacofna (SotiVhV "/.'.'.'.*.*.*.*.'.'. 


Robert Harry McGinnis. 
Frederick T. Webb. D.D. 
Robert Henry McGinnis. 
Frederick T Webb D D 






Reuben P. Nevius, D.D. 

Charles Ysla Grimes. 
Otis Earl Gray. 




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Alexander, John B.» in England. 
Bloor, Charles H. H., Hawaii. 
Cheal, James. Seattle. 
Davis, Edward, Santa Monica, Cal. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 

Fatt, Fred. H., Olympia. 

Jukes, Mark,* Vancouver, B. C, Canada. 

Parker, Andrew L., Brookline, Mass. 

Tucker, Louis. 



•^ •^r:4jg[ DIOCESE OF OREGON. (A. D. 1889.) 

Limits. — That part of the State of Oregon lying west of the boundary line of the counties 
of Wasco, Crook, and Klamath, i. e., west of the Cascade Mountains. 



Population (1900), 4i3>532. 



Area, 40,000 sq. m. 

(1906.) Residence, Bishopcroft, 19th 



Thb Rt. Rev. Charles Scadding, *D.D., Bishop. 

and Elm Sts., Portland Heights. 
Secretary of Convention. — The Rev. William Augustus Muhleifberg Breck, sop Cftrutlwn 

St., Portland. 
Assistant Secretary.— Th^ Rev. J. C. Potts, 66 E. 29th St., Portland. 
Treasurer.—^. W. Hastings, Portland. 

Chancellor. — Hon. Rodney L. Glisan, Spalding Bldg., Portland. 
Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. Horace Marion Ramsay, the Rev. H. R. Talbot, 

the Rev. Barr Giiford Lee. Lay, S. E. Josephi, M.D., H. D. Ramsdell, R. L. Glisan. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The earliest Church services were held by the Rev. St. Michael Fackler, at Oregon City 
in 1848. The Rev. William Richmond of New York City was the first appointed 
Missionary and organized in 185 1 Trinity Church, Portland. In answer to the re- 
quest of three clergymen, in Oregon, the General Convention, at its sessions in tiie 
city of New York, in October, 1853, elected the Rev. Dr. Thomas Fielding Scott, 
Rector of Trinity Church, Columbus, Georgia, as Missionary Bishop for Oregon and 
Washington Territories. 

First Bishop. — Thomas Fielding Scott, Missionary Bishop of Oregon and Washington 
Territory. Consecrated, January 8, 1854. Died, July 14, 1867. 

Second Bishop. — Benjamin WjfSTAR Mottsis. Born, May 30, 1819. Censecrated, De- 
cember 3, x868. Died, April 7, 1906. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Daughters of the King. — Diocesan Sec, 

St, BUnhetks Home, Portland. — Sisters of St. John Baptist in charge. 

St. Helen's Hall. St. Clair and West Main Streets, Pertktnd.-^A Boarding tod Day 
School for CHrls. Uadier the care of the Sisters of St John Baptist. 

The Good Samaritan Hospital, 2zd and Lovejoy Streets, Portland. — ^^t*^*.. Miss Love- 
ridge. Sec, the Rev. John Dawson. Treas., E. S. Josephi, M.D., Portland. Chap- 
lain, the Rev. William R. Powell. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized January, 1882.] Annual meeting: 
time and place of. Diocesan Convention. Cor. Sec, Mrs. H, C. Weber, 9 Eb6t i6th 
St., Portland. 

Junior Department. — Sec, Mrs. H. H. Thompson, 64 East 22d St., Portland. 



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Chwrflh Edifices 

Organised Fariahei and Hiationt 

Unor^panized Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Cbminanioants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sundav School Scholars 

Contributions 



Z9IO. 


1911. 


sS 


30 


44 


43 


34 


27 


33 


17 


333 


42s 


285 


260 


'■% 


3»56i 
205 


i>45fi 


1.665 


$65,200 


$67,654 



The 24th Annual Convention will be held in May. 19 12, when and where the 
Bishop appoints. 

THE CLERQY. 

PRO-CATHEDRAL OF ST. STEPHEN THE MARTYR {com, 387). PORTLAND. 

Thb Bisaop. 

Vicar. — The Rev. Horace Marion Ramsey. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains,— Tht Rev. H. M. Ramsey, the Rev. H. R. Talbot« the 
Jlev. C. W. Baker. 

Archdeacons. — ^The Ven. Henry Duncan Chambers. Portland; the Ven. William HorsfaU, 
Bandon. 



PAKXIHXS AMD MISnOMt. 



Albany 

Ashland 

Astoria 

^ (Upper) .... 

Bandon 

Carlton , 

Coqville City . 

CorralUs 

Cottage Grove 
Curry County . 

Dayton 

Empire City . . 

Eugene 

Forest Grove , . 

Gardiner 

Grant's Pass .. 
Hammond . . . . 

Hillsboro 

Marthfield .... 



Milwaulde 

N^S^Beid *.'*.*.*.*.*.'.*.'.*.*.' 

OikUAid 

Oregon City 

Portland 

(Heights) 

(Albina) 

(Portsmoutu) ........ 

?i7th & Weidler Sts.). 



CHUaCBXS AMD 
COMMUNICANTS. 



St. Peter 34- 

Trinity 73- 

Grace 127. 

Holy Innocents 26. 

St. John 17. 

8. 

St. James 28 . 

Good Samaritan 60 . 

St. John 6. 

Christ 21. 

6. 

St. Luke 6. 

St. Mary 230* 

15. 

St. Mary 17. 

St. Luke 38. 

St. John 10. 

All Sainto xs. 

Emmanuel 86. 

St. James 6. 

St. Mark 92- 

St. John 20. 

St. Stephen 18. 

St. Mary «o. 

St. Clement 22. 

St. Paul 128. 

All Saints 60. 

Ascen^on 

Good Shepherd i43- 

St. Andrew 50- 

Grace :...i2o. 



Henry Howard Marsden. 
William Lucas. 
George Fred. Rosenmuller. 
Wilfred Leonard Johnson. 
Archdeacon Horsfall. 
D. J. Macdonald. 
Archdeacon Horsfall. 
Frank Miller. Baun\. 
Philip Kemp Hammond. 
Archdeacon HorsfalL 
Archdeacon Chambers. 
Robert Evans Browning. 
Philip Kemp Hammond. 
Archdeacon Chambers. 
Robert Evans Browning. 
William Bowling Hamilton. 
Associate Mission. 
Archdeacon Chambers. 
Robert Evans Browning. 

D. J. Macdonald. 
Joseph Sheerin. 
T. Francis Bowen. 
Francis Owen Jones. 
Robert Evans Browning, 
diaries Wildon Baker. 
Charles W. Robinson. 
Roy Edgar Remington. 
Horace Marion Ramsey. 
John .Dawson. 
Archdeacon Chambers, 
((^eo. B. Van Waters, D.B 
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PAKIIHIS AND MIUlONt. 



Portland (East) 

(2 1 St & Marshall Sts.). 
(ist & Cartuhcrs Sts.). 



(Sellwood) 



(19th & Everett Sts.) 

Port Orford 

Roseburg 

St. Helen's 

Salem 

Seaside 

Southerlin 

Toledo 

Warrcnton 

Wells 

Woodbum 

Woodmere 

Woodstock 

Yaquima 

Scattered 



CHUKCHXS AND 
COMMUNICANT!. 



St. David 383. 

St. Mark 222 . 

St. Matthew 65. 

St. Mich. & All Angels. 23- 

St. Helen's Hall 46. 

St. John Memorial 86. 

G. S. Hospital 30. 

St. Elizabeth 6. 

Trinity 625. 

Christ 4. 

St. George 103 . 

Christ 14' 

St. Paul 109. 

Calvary 8. 

Holy Spirit 20 . 

St. John 14. 

St. Thomas 6. 



St. Mary 12. 

St. Paul 26. 

Our Saviour 6 . 

4. 



Henry Russell Talbot. 
John Edward H. Simpson. 
William A. M. Brcck. 
Jerrald Cleveland Potts. 
William A. M.Breck. 
T. Francis Bo wen. 
William Ridgeley Powell. 
William A. M. Breck. 
Albert Alex. Morrison. 
Archdeacon Horsfall. 
Chiarles Wilson Baker. 
VVilliam A. M. Breck. 
Barr Gifford Lee. 
Wilfred Leonard Johnson. 
Charles Wilson Baker. 
Francis Owen Jones. 
Wilfred Leonard Johnson. 
Frank Miller Baum. 
Barr Gifford Lee. 
Oswald W. Taylor. 
Edward Huntington Clark. 
Francis Owen Jones. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Armstrong, Jean W., Jefferson. 
Marshall, John, Chicago, 111. 



Powell, William Ridgly, chap., Portland. 



Mission of the 
PANAMA CANAL ZONE. 



Under the Jurisdiction of the Presiding Bishop, who has appointed the Bishop of Cube 
as his Conunissary. 

LzMlTi. — From northern boundaries of the Canal Zone, including islands in Panama Ba^, 
to the MagdaUna River on the south in the U. S, of Columbia, Atlantic and 
Pacific Oceans, on the East and West. 



Population, 



Area, 



sq. m. 



Bishop in Charge,— -The Rt Rev. Albion W. Knight, D.D., Bishop of Cuba. 
General Missionary, — ^The Rev. Henr)^ Alfred Brown, Ancon. 
Treasurer, — Frank Fearon, Panama City. 



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HISTORICAL NOTES. 



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"1 Jie cession by the Republic of Panama to the United States of a strip of land known aa 
the Canal Zone made it necessary to provide for its spiritual needs. The House of 
Bishops during the sessions of the General Convention in the city of Boston, in 
October, 1904, passed, October 17, a resolution placing it "under the care and super- 
vision of the Presiding Bishop." On October 29, 1904, the Rt. Rev. Dr. Tuttle, 
Presiding Bishop, appointed the Rt. Rev. Dr. Satterlee, Bishop of Washington, aa 
his Commissary. Bishop Satterlee made a visitation in 1905. By a Concordat be* 
tween the Most Rev. Dr. Nuttal, Archbishop of the West Indies, the Rt. Rev. Dr. 
G. Albert Ormsby, Bishop of Honduras, and the Rt. Rev. Dr. Daniel Sylvester Tut- 
tle, Presiding Bishop of the American Church, the jurisdiction of the Bishop of 
Honduras over the Canal Zone "and other contiguous ar^a," was ceded to the Church 
in the United States, March 8, 1906. The House of Bishops during the sessions of 
the General Convention held in Richmond, Virginia, in* October, 19071 ratified, on 
October 8, the action of the Presiding Bishop in appointing, on September 23, 1907, 
the Rev. Henry B. Bryan, Canon of the Cathedral of the Incarnation, Garden City, 
Diocese of Long Island, fts Archdeacon of Panama, and Priest in charge of the Mis- 
sions of the Church in the Canal Zone, in the cities of Panama and Colon, and parts 
adjacent. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices , 

Organized Parishes and Missions ( 

Unorganized Missions f 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Parish School Teachers 

Parish School Scholars 

Industrial School Teachers 

Industrial School Scholars 

Contributions 



1910. 



$1,200 



8 


6 


I 




II 


II 


25 


15 


350 


.802 


112 


231 


1,200 


1,270 


40 


.... 


3S0 


.... 


4 


.... 


355 


.... 



$11,904 



MISSION STATIONS. 



Ancon 

Has Obispo 

Colon 

Culebra ... 



Empire 



Gatun 

Gorgona 

Las Cascadas . 
Mt. Hope .... 
Panama City . 

Paraiso 

Pleya de Flor 
Porta Bello . . . 

San Pablo 

Tabemilla 




St. Luke the Beloved 

Physician 30. 

Ascension 60 . 

Christ 150. 

St. Mark 234. 

Holy Trinity 25. 

St. James 135 . 

St Mary 25. 

St. Stephen 14s . 

St. Andrew 135 . 

St, Phillip 94. 

St. John 25. 

St. Paul 103. 

St. Augustine 66. 

(West Indian) . 



St. Peter 25 . 

Holy Nativity 18 . 



Henry Alfred Brown. 

Edward J. Cooper.* 
John Talbot Miulcare. 
Henry Alfred Brown. 
William H. Decker. 
Henry Alfred Brown. 

William H. Decker. 
William H. Decker. 
Edward J. Cooper. 
Henry Alfred Brown. 
John Talbot Mulcare. 
Edward J. Cooper. 
Edward J. Cooper. 
James Fortescue Griffith. 
James Fortescue Griffith. 



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2d4 PENKSYLVANIA. [MHi 

DIOCESE OF PENNSYLVANIA. (A. D. 1784.) 

Liuij^-^Tke counties of P/UkuUlphia, Dehmforg, Clustgn MotUB^m^ry, and Bmeks, w 
the State of Fentuylvanta, 

FQpuIatum (1900). i, 994^39. Area, a,ii9 tq. m, 

Thb Rt. Rev. Phxup Mercer Rhxnelanber, D.D., Bishop. (191 1.) 1025 Spruce St, 
Philadelphia. 

The Rt. Rev. Thomas J. Garland, Bishop Stfffragan. Church House, 12th and Walnut 
Sts., Philadelphia. 

Secertary to the Bishop and of Diocesan Committee. — The Rev. William Arthur Warner. 

Secretary of the Convention. — The Rev. Charles L. Fulforth, 2640 E. Huntington St, 

Philaddphia. 
Assistant Secretary. — The Rev. Charles S. Lyons, 6769 Ridge Ave., Philadelphia. 
ChoHceUor,— Henry Budd, Esq., 7J9 Walnut St., PUladelpfaia. 
Treasurer.— Eyring L. MUler, Church House, 12th and Walnut Sta., Philadelphia. lUd- 

dence, 319 S. Fifteenth St. 
Registrar.— The Rev. Sao^uel Fitch Hotchkin, Church House, lath and Walnut Stin 

Philadelphia. 
Church Advocate. — Lucius S. Landreth. 51a Walnut St. Philadelphia. 
Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. James De Wolf Perry, D.D., Pres.; tie Rev. 

F. M. Taitt, the Rev. J. Andrews Harris, D.D., the Rev. C. M. Armstrong, the Rev. 

E. M. Jefferys, D.D. Lay, R. Francis Wood, Sec, 328 Chestnut St., Philadelphia; 

John E. Baird, W. W. Frazier, E. H. Bonsall, S. F. Houston, 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The first services of the Church were held in Philadelphia, by Isaac Arrowsmith, sdiool- 
master, from 1696 to 1698. The Rev. Thomas Clayton officiated from i^$ to 1699. 
The Parish of Christ Church was formally organized in 1695. The Dtobese was or* 
ganized in 1785. 

First Bishop. — ^Wiluam WHrrs. Bom, April a, 1748. Consecrated in LambeCh Chapel, 
February 4, 1787, by John Moore, Archbishop of Canterbury; WtUiani MarldMn, 
Archbishop of York; Cnarles Moss, Biishop of Bath and Wells, and John Hinchdiffcb 
Bishop of Peterborough. Died, July 17, 1836. One of the three Bishops througk 
whom the American Church received the Episcopal Succession from the Chnrch of 
England. He was the third Pre«dihg Bishop of the Church, from 1795 to 1836. 

Second Bishop. — Henry Ustick Onderdonk. Bom, March 16, .1789. Consecrated, Octo- 
ber 25, 1827. Died, December 6, 1858. 

Third Bishop. — ^Ai^hzo Potter. Bom, July 6, r8oo. Consecrated, September 23, 1845* 
Died, July 4, 1865. 

Assistant Bishop. — Samuel Bowman. Bom, May 21, 1800. Consecrated, August 25. 
1858. Died, August 3,. 186 x. 

Fourth Bishop. — William Bacon Stevens. Bom, July 13, 1815. Consecrated, January 
2, 1862. Died, June 11, 1887. 

Fifth Bishop. — Ozi William Wbttaker. Born, May lo, 183 . Consecrated, October 13, 
1869. Died, February 9, 19x1. 

Sixth Bishop. — ^Alexander Mackay-Smith. Bom, June 2, 1850. Consecrated, May 2, 
1902. Vied, November 16, 191 1. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 



Protestant Episcopal Church in the City of Philadelphia, Locust ami 
*.— [Founded A. D. 1785.] ' Pres.. the Bishop. Vice Pres., the Rev. J. 
ris, D.D. Sec. and Treas., Edward S. vuddey, Jr.. S05 Chestnut St 



Academy of the Protestant 

Juniper Streets.— f'^ 

Andrews Harris, _ _ ., ^ ,- - - 

Head Master, W. H. Klapp, M.A., M.D., 2223 DeLaricey Place, Philadelphia. 
Bishop White Parish Library Association, Philadelphia. — [Organized 1840.] Pres., Mrs. 

George Woodward, West Willow Grove Ave., Chestnut Hill. Treas.^ Miss Anne 

Bootn^ Haverf ord. Sec, Mrs. George M. Conirroe, 1701 Spruce St. Librarian, Miis 

Alice J. Taylor, 1729 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Bishop IVhUe Prayer-Book Society, Philadelphia.— lOrzanixitd 1834*] Prss., the Bishop. 

Cor. and Rec Sec, the Rev. W. Arthur Warner, Church House, 12th and Walnut 

Sts. Treas.. Allen Childs, 308 Walnut St. 
"Burd Orphan Asylum of St. Stephen's Church," Market St. above 63d St., PhtladelphuL— 

TFounded 1856.] Supt., Ora M. Harnish. In admission to this institution the orphan 

daughters of the clergy are preferred before all others. Applications for admission 

should be addressed to the Rector of St. Stephen's Church. 

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*Uie ewe of ^Se s5terliooI?'of the Good 'ShcpSrSTSeir YoS ^ft**. £. George 
Woodward. Chaplain, the Rer. Jacob U Roy. 

C*ri«» Church Hosfitai (a home for reduced gentlewomen), BHmont Avtnnt tmd 4Bih 
Street, Phihdehhfa. — [Founded A. D. 177^.3 Chairman, Charles Henry Jones, 130X 
Commercial Building. Sec, Charles P. Keith, 308 Walnut St. Treas,, Richard 
Maris, 317 S. 3d St (where all cbrresponTiente sli6uld be addressed). Hon, Ckt^ 
hinSf ^e Rectors of Christ and hi. Peter's Chnrche*. MinitUr in Ckarga, tite Rav. 

Christmas Fund of the Diocese of Pennsylvania for Disabled Clergymen and the Widows 
and Orphans of Deceased Clergymen. — ^Treas., George Harrison Fisher, 308 Walnnt 
St., Philadelphia. 

Church Club of Philadelphia. — ^The Church House, Philadelphia. Club Rooms, 12th and 
Walnut Sts. [Organized 1895.] Pres., J. J. Collier, North American Building. 
Treas., Mig'or Moses Veale, 727 Walnut St. Cor. Sec, John N. Frazier, 400 Chest- 
nut St. 

"Church Home for Children," Angora, s%th Street and Baltimore Avenue, Philadelphia. — 
[Founded 1856. Incor. 1857.] Directresses, Mrs. Effingham Perot, Mrs. S. Weir 
Mitchell, and Mrs. Israel W. Morris. Chaplain, the Rev. Lucien M. Robinson, D.D. 
Sec, Miss Mary B. Mitchell, 5149 Morris St.. Germantown. Treas., Miss Harriet 
Blanchard, 151 1 Walnut St. House Mother, Miss Alice L. Dern. 

Church Mission to Immigrants. — Port Chaplain, the Rev. A. Weinstein, 3704 Spruce St. 
Lay Chaplain, Frank H. Longshore. Address, Parish House, East Cumberland and 
Collins Sto. 

Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Miss A. W. Fisher, 2222 Spruce St., 
Philadelphia. 

Church .Training and Deaconess House of the Diocese of Pennsylvania, 708-710 Spruce 
Street.— Pres^ the Bishop. Pres. Board of Managers, Miss Coles, 2111 Walnut St 
Sec, Mrs. Howard Wurts Page, 717 Locust St Cor. Sec, Miss Anna Randolph,' 
Chestnut Hill. Treas., Mrs. H. S. Lowber, Mount Airy. Head Deaconess, Miss C. H. 
Sanford. Warden, the Rev. James De Wolf Perry, D.D. Apply to "Admission Com- 
mittee," 708 Spruce St. 

C4iy ifMi»bM.— [**The Philadelphia Protestant Episcopa: City Mission."] The Administra- 
tion House, Old St PauPs Church, 225 S. 3d St.; Bell Telephone, Lombard 21-23. 
Pres., the Bishop. Vice Pres., the Rev. J. De Wolfe Perry, D.D. Supt., the Rev. 
Herman L. Duhring, D.D. Asst. Supt., the Rev. H. Cresson McHenry. Treas., 
Effingham Perot, Ardmore. Sec, Roland S. Merris. 

CUrgv Daughters' Funrf.— ["The Trustees of the Qergy Daughters' Fund."] Board of 
Trustees: Pres., the Bishop, Church House, 12th and Walnnt Stt. See. and Trome^ 
C W. Cushman, 224 Walnut St, PhiUddphia. 

Commission on Church Work Among the Blind. — The Rev. Lucius M. Robinson, Chair- 
man, 5,000 Woodland Ave., Philadelphia. 

Commission on Church Work Among, the Deaf. — Sec^ the Rev. Simeon C Hill, 224 
Gowen Ave., Mt. Airv. Treas., E. H. Bonsall, The Land Title Co., Philadelphia. 
Missionary, the Rev. C. Orvis Dantzer, 3,525 North 19th St. 

Divinitv School in Philadelbhia, soth and Woodland Avenue.^lOTguAxted 1862.] (See 

under Educational Institutions.) 
Daughters of the King.— Pres., Mrs. Charles H. Arndt, 59 W. Tulpohocken St., (5er^ 

mantown, Philadelphia, Pa. Diocesan Sec, Mrs. Joseph Wood, Jr., 320 Earlham 

Terrace, Germantown, Philadelphia. 
Evangelical Education Society. — ["The Evangelical Educational Society of the Protestant 

Episcopal Church."] [Organized 1862.I Office, The Church House. Pres., the 

Bishop. Gen. Sec, Rev. S. Lord Gilbferson. Treas., Alfred Lee, Church House. 
Female Episcopal Benevolent Society. — Treas., Mrs. Daniel S. Mcrritt, 1917 Spruce St 

Sec, Mrs. Morris J. Lewis, 13 16 Locust St. First Directress, Miss Rebecca Coxe. 

Second Directress, Mr* Thomas La Roche Ellis. 
"Female Protestant Episcopal Prayer-Book Society of PtfnfijylMifMa."~[Organised iSm-I 

Pres., Mrs. (Seorge M. C^nirroe, 170 1 Spruce St, Philadelphia. Librarian and Cor. 

Sec, Miss Matilda Dillard. 93^ South 20th St, Philadelphia. Treas., Mrs. Manning 

Kennard, 315 S. ifith St, Philadelphia. Rec. Sec, Mrs. Israel W. Morris, 225 S. 

8th St. Philadelpbta. 



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GaMet Mission,— Pres., the Rev. Lkwellyn N. Caley. Sec, Edmund B. McCarthy. 
Treas., Edward H. Bonsall. 

Girls' Friendly Society in America. — (57 parochial branches.) Pres., Miss Susan D. Wil- 
son, 909 Clinton St., Philadelphia. Vice Pres., Miss Margaret C. Maule, 21 South' 
2 1 St St., Philadelphia. Sec, Miss Marie W. Paul, 1930 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. 
Trees., Miss A. Adele Leach, 21 18 Spruce St., Philadelphia. Associate for Com- 
mended Members, Mrs. Joseph W. Paul, Huntington Valley. 

Home of the Merciful Saviour for Crippled Children, Baltimore Avenue, West Philadel- 
phia. — [Incorporated in 1882.] Chaplain, the Rev. C. A. Ricksceker. Sec. 
and Treas., Mrs. Robert F. Innes. Children taken without board or entrance fee. 
Supported largely .by voluntary contributions. Trades given where potaible. Home 
not connected with any parish. 

Hospital of the Good Shepherd for Children, Radnor, Rosemont P. O. — Visitor, the 
Bishop. Warden and Chaplain, the Rev. Arthur B. Conger. Treas., William A 
Powell. 235 Dock St., Philadelphia. 

Home for Consumptives, Philadelphia, Men and Women, Chestnut Hill. — Under manage- 
ment of the City Mission, 22.S S. Third St.. Philadelphia. Supt., the Rev. Herman 
L. Duhring. D.D. 

House of Rest for the Aged, Wayne and Haines Streets, Germantown. — The Bishop Co- 
adjutor, Pres. The Rev. Stewart P. Keeling, Chaplain, Germantown. S. F. Houston, 
Treas., 609 Real Estate Building, The Woman's Board of Managers: Pres., Mrs. 
David E. Dallam, Germantown. Cor. Sec, Mrs. Gilbert Robinson. 

St, James' Industrial School and Mission, 2112 and 21 14 Fitswater Street, Philadelphia. — 
Sec, Miss Helen Hunter, 4334 Larchwood Ave., Philadelphia. Treas., Mrs. Daniel 
S. Merritt, 19 17 Spruce St., Philadelphia. 

St, Luke's Home for Aged Women, 1317 Pine Street, Philadelphia. — Directress, Mrs. 
John Harrison. Sec, Mrs. William Rudolph Smith, 2029 Pine St Treat., Mrs. 
Theodore Fassitt, 1807 Delancey Place. Sec, Miss L. W. Irwin. Mt Airy, Phila. 

St. Margaret's House (a Home for working girls). — St, Luke's Church, Germantown, Pkik. 

St, Mark's Home for Aged and Infirm Women, 191 3» I9i7f «9i9 Lombard Street, PkUe- 
delphia. — Sisters of St. Margaret in charge. 

St. Martha's House. — ^A Church Settlement. Pres., the Bishop. Vice Pres., 
Miss Jean W. Colesbury, Deaconess in charge, 8th St. and Snyder Ave. 

St. Peter's House, Front and Pine Streets, Philadelphia. — Under the management of the 

Rev. J. W. Stewart. 
Seamen's Church Institute of Philadelphia. — Uunder the direction of the Churchmen's 

Missionary Association for Seamen. Founded 1847. Pres., the Bishop. Chaplain, 

the Rev. George S. Gassner, Front and Queen Sts. Sec, W. W. Frazier, Jr., Lock 

Box 1630. Treas, Francis A. Lewis, 512 Walnut St. 

"Society for the Advancement of Christianity in Pennsylvania." — Presidents, the Bishops 
of the State of Pennsylvania. Cor. Sec, the Rev. Charles M. Armstrong, Wayne, Pa. 
Treas., George Hall, Jr., 133 South 12th St., Philadelphia. 

Sunday School Association. — Pres., the Bishop. Vice Pres., Orlando Crease. Cor. Sec, 

the Rev. H. L. Duhring, D.D., 225 S. Third St. Rec Sec, C. K. Klink. Treas., J. 

Lee Patton, Betz Bldg., Philadelphia. 
The Church Dispensary of Southwark, 17 19 S. 9th Street, Philadelphia.— Uncor. 1873.I 

Pres,, the Rev. H. Cresson McHenry. Treas., the Rev. Herman L. Duhring. D.D. 

Sec, Alexander C. Wheller, 1628 S. 6th St. Philadelphia, 

"The Corporation for the Relief of the Widows and Children of Clergymen in the Cem^ 
munion of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Commonwealth of Pennsyivanta. 
— Treas., W. W. Montgomery, 209 Franklin Building, 133 S. lath St 

The Ellen Butler Memorial Home for Gentlewomen, 28 and 30 Haines Street, German- 
town. 

"The Episcopal Tract Society of Philadelphia."^ — [Organized 1810.] Pres., the Bishop, 
Church House. Sec, Miss Eleanor E. Wright, 4308 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia. 

"The Free and Open Church Association."— Pres., W. W. Montgomery, Franklin Bldg 
Philadelphia. Treas., Charles W. Cushman, 224 Walnut St General See., the Rev, 
John A. Goodfellow. OfHce of the Association 2353 E. Cumberland St., Philadelphia. 

"The Hospital of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Philadelphia." Front Street ai^ 
Lehigh Avenue.— {Ineor, 1851.] Pres., the Bishop. Treas., George H. Fraaier, S. E. 
comer 4th and Chestnut Sts. Sec, Ewing L. MiHer, Church House, 12th and Walnut 
Sts. Supt,, E. F. Leiper. Chaplain, the Rev. William Francis Aycr. 

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Thg Hous€ of St, MickMl and AU Angtit, AZd and WaUae* Streets. Pkiiod4iphitL'~¥9t 
the surgical treatment and the mental and religious and industrial instruction of young 
coiurea cnpplen. L^ncur. 15^7. J :»ister» ot du Margaret m charge. All applicauana 
for admission to be made to the Sister in charge. Treas., Mrs. W. W. Pharo. Sec, 
Harold G. Goldberg, M.D. Chaplain, the Rev. W. H. Barnes. 

The Jatnes L. :>tn$(h MemoruU Home, Uakbourne, {^Hester Co.« fa. — Under the F. £. 
City Mission. Uhe Rev. Herman L. Duhnng, D.M., Supt,, Old St. Paul's Church, aas 
S. 3rd St, Philadelphia. 

"The Sheltering Amu ut the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Ciiy of Philadalphia" 
717 North Franklin Street. —Sec, the Rev. Thomas J. Taylor, aas a. Third St., Phila- 
delphia. Treas; Orlando Crease, 61^9 Wayne Ave., Germantown. 

tV Oman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch, — Annual meeting: on Friday after the second 
Thursday in November, all day; and two afternoon meetings, one during Epiphany 
and one in Lent Sec, Miss Coles, 21x1 Walnut St., Philadelphia. 

Junior Department. — Miss Marion Almy, 2115 Sanson St, Philadelphia. 

ieoung k^ omens Boardtng Home Assocustion, 913 and 9x5 CUnton Street and 834 Pima 
Street. Fhiladelphta,—liLhtab, X855.J Treas., Mrs. J. " 
Sec, Miss Mary Read Fisher, 238 S. X3th St 



M. Bacon, 919 Clinton St 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Parishes and Mxsaions .. 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants , 

Sunday School Teachers 
Sunday School Scholars 
Other School Teachers . 
Other School Scholars . 
Contributions , 



19x0. 



191X. 



290 


286 


12 


5 


189 


189 


191 


180 


4,057 


4,159 


3,060 


3,000 


5S»56i 


56,475 


4,070 


3,335 


41,710 


35,770 


.... 


310 




1,822 


$1,786,526 


$1,471,482 



The 128th Annual Convention will be held in the Church of St Luke and the Epiphany, 
Philadelphia, on Tuesday, May 7, X912. 

THE CLERGY. 

• The Bishop. 
The Bishop Suffragan. 

The Bishop* s Examining Chaplains. — ^The Rev. Charles A. Maison, D.D.. the Rev. Lucien 
M. Robinson, D.D., the Rev. F. A. D. Launt, D.D., the Rev. J. Alan Montgomery, 
D.D., the Rev. Fleming James, the Rev. P. J. Steinmetz, the Rev. Carl E. Grammar, 
D.D., the Rev. A. D. Heffern, D.D. 

Deans of Convocations. — Chester: the Rev. Francis Marion Taitt; West Philadelphia: 
the Rev. S. Lord Gilberson; Norristown: the Rev. W. Herbert Burk; Germafttown: 
the Rev. Jacob Leroy; North Philadelphia: the Rev. John A. Goodfellow; South 
Philadelphia: the Rev. Herman L. Duhrmg, D.D. 



PAEISHSS AND MISSIONS. 



Ambler 

Andalusia 

Ardmore 

Bala 

Bethayres 

Bridgeport (Upper Mcrion). 
Bristol 



Bryn Mawr (Lower Merion) Redeemer 415 



CHUaCBXS AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



Trinity 184.. 

Redeemer 

St. Mary 233 . . 

St. Asaph 417. . 

Grace Chapel 6 . . 

Christ 209 . . 

St James 125.. 

St Paul 174.. 



G. Berkeley Griffith. 
Allen Rochelle Van Meter. 
George Pomeroy Allen, D.D. 
Harrison Baldwin Wright 
Charles L. Fischer, D.D.* 
William Wordsworth Taylor. 

Seaver M. Holden. 

(George Calvert Carter. 
(Henry Stuart Paynter. 

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Buclangkam 

Ciiitrc Hftt ^ 

Chadd's Ford 

ClMltetthaai (P.O.Aihbournc) 
QMster 

QMyney !11! !!!!!!! 

CKfton U«iglitt 

CMtesville 

CoUingdale 

Concord (P. O. Ward) .... 

Conshohocken 

Devon (Radnor) 

Downingtown 

Doylestown 

Eddinston 

Esrington 

Fallsington 

Glen Riddle (Rockdale) .... 

Great Valley 

Gw3medd 

Hatboro 

Honeybrook (P. O. Cupola) 

HtUmcTiUe 

Itkan 

Jenkintown 

Kelton (New London) 

Kennett Square 

Langhome 

Lansdale 

Lansdowne 

Lower MerKm(P.O.CFnw7d) 
Lower Providence (Pcrido- 

men) 

Marcus Hook 

McKinley 

Media 

Mm Creek 

Morton 

Newportville 

Newtown 

New London 

Norriatown • • • 

(West) ' y////,'.\y.\y.y.v. 

Norwood 

Oaks •< Upper Providence) . . 

Parkesburg 

Pequea 

Philadelphia (York Ave., ab. 
Buttonwood St) 

(i8th and Diamond Sts.). 
(Frankrod Ave. n. Stev- 
enson's La. Torresdale) 
(nth St. & Snyder Ave.) 
(Franklin St., ab. Green) 
(iith and Diamond Sts.). 

(Broad St., below South). 
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Trinity 36. 

Trinity 6. 

St. Luke 13. 

St. Paul 350- 

St. Luke 83. 

St. Paul 680. 

Church of the Wayside 

St. Stephen 120 . 

Trinity 192. 

Trinity 130. 

St. John 35. 

Calvary 367. 

St. David 167. 

St. Tames 133. 

St. Paul 254. 

Christ 56. 

St. John Evangelist... 36. 

All Saints 66. 

Calvary 143. 

St. Peter 30. 

Messiah 80. 

Advent 33. 

St. Mark 64. 

Grace 52. 

St. Martin 

Our Saviour 311. 

St. John ., 35. 

Advent 43- 

St. James 54. 

Holy Trinity 105 . 

St. John Evangelist . . . s 23 • 
St. John 153. 

St. James 33- 

St. Martin 66. 

St. Andrew 13 • 

Christ 275. 

St. Mary 91. 

Atonement 105 . 

Ascension 7 . 

St. Luke 121. 

St. John 3P. 

St. John 650. 

Holy Trinity 

All Saints 376. 

St. Stephen 95. 

St. Paul 92. 

(jood Samaritan 1 53 ■ 

Ascension 39 • 

St. John 84. 

Advent 85 

Advocate (Memorial) 1,482. 

All Saints 182. 

All Saints 500. 

All Souls (Deaf) 269. 

Annunciation 285 . 

Ascension 504. 

Atonement (Watson 

Memorial 568 . 



) Thomas Bell. 

Thomas J. Taylor. 
John Thompson Cole. 
Henry J. Beagen. 
Francis M. Taitt. 
City Mission. 

Addison Atkins Lamb. 
W. H. Anthony. 
Thomas Lewis Josephs. 
John Kennedy Moorhouse. 
James H. Lamb, D.D. 
Henry Bell Bryan. 

William Filler Lutr. 

Francis Henry Smith. 
J. F. Weinmann. 
Jules Louis Prevost. 
Benjamin N. Bird. 
Harry Floy Auld.* 
Robert L. Stevens. 
William Filler Lutz. 
George W. Lamb. 
George Grt-iffiths Bartlett. 



Thomas J. Taylor. 

Chas. H. W. Stocking, D.D. 

Abram Linwood Urban. 

Crosswell McBee. 

Henry A. F. Hoyt, D.D. 

Frank Schell Ballentine. 
Richard Martin Doherty. 

Harry Ransome. 
George Calvert Carter. 



William Chauncey Emhardt. 

1 Henry St. Clair Hathaway. 

Edward Richard-s Noble. 
Robert Bakewell Green. 
George W. Barnes. 
Horace Andrews Walton. 
Addison Atkins Lamb. 
Edward Henry Earle. 

Edward Marshall Frank. 
(Henry Martyn Medary. 
(Albert Stork. 

Allen Rochelle Van Meter. 
John Edwin Hill. 
Charles Orvis Dantzer. 

(Daniel Ingalls Odell. 

I Claude N. A. Pooley.* 

(George Woolscy Hodge. 

(Henry Page Dyer. 



[ Charles Wesley Shreiner. 



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Philadelphia: 

(Columbia Av. ab. aoth St.) 

Germantown (Manh'im St. 
and Fttlasn Ave) 

(41st St., ab. Brown, W.) 
(ad and Cbarcll Sts.) .... 

(Pine St., below aotfa)... 
(Midvale and Belmont 
Aves.) 



(6th an< 
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(6th and Venanfp Sts.) 
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CHUICBB AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



Beloved Disciple 297. 

Calvary 546. 

Calvary 297. 

Cbrist 487. 

Christ Chapel joo. 

Christ Church Hospital 

Chapel 57* 

Christ 230. 



Christ 581. 

Church Home 10. 

Covenant v*9io* 

Divinity School Chapel. 
Crucifixion 345 • 



, tulpdiock- 

en & McCsllum Sts.).. 
<58th St & Baltimore Av.) 
(27th St. and Girard Ave.) 
(soth St. & WoodUnd Av. 
(Bainbridge St. ab. 8th).. 
(Kensington (Marlborough 1 

St ab. E. Girard Ave.). ' Emmanuel 273 

Holmesburg (Frankford 

Ave. & Hickory St)... 
(Christian St bel. nth).. 
(Lincoln Drive, nr. C&t- 

pcnter St, Germant'n) . 
(57th St & Baltimore Av.) 



Moyamensing (Catharine, 
above 7th St) 

(Swanson St., below 
Christian) 

Kensington ( CumberlandSt 
E. of Frankford Ave.). 

((jirard and Leidy Aves.) 

((^wen) Mt Airy 



(a I St and Christian Sts.) 

(19th and Titan SU.) ... 

West (48th and Haverford 
Sts.) 

(ajth and Wharton Sto.). 

Tacony (Wash. Ave., near 
Wissanoming St) 

(X9th and Walnut Sts.).. 

(aad and Spruce Sts.) ... 

(aad and Morris Sts.) ... 

West (4400 Baltimore 
Ave,) 

Branchtown (22d Ward). 

(Broad and Jefferson Sts.) 

Port Richmond (Thompson 
and £. Huntingdon Sts.) 

(Broad and Federal Sts.). 

(sad ft Spruce Sts.) 

Seamen's Mliwon (Front 
and Queen Sts.) 



Emmanuel 343 • 

Emmanuello 145 • 

Epiphany 218 . 

Epiphany Chapel (Sher- 
wood) 200 . 

Evangelists Chapel .... 145 . 

Gloria Dei 335* 

Good Shepherd 425 . 

Grace 610. 

Grace 368. 

Holy Apostles i,Soo • 

Holy Comforter 

(Memorial) 454 • 

Holy Comforter 306 . 

Holy Communion Chpl.439. 

Holy Innocents 165. 

Holy Trinity 1,661. 

Holy Trinity (Memo- 
rial Chapel) 438 . 

Holy Trinity (Chapel 
of Prince of Peace). 870. 

Home of the Merciful 
Saviour , 

House of Prayer 1 10 . 

Incarnation 705 . 

Messiah 189 . , 

Messiah 167., 

Mediator 312., 

Redeemer 25 . . 



John Baptiste Blanchet, D.D. 
5 James Clajrton Mitchell. 

Charles I^ Steel. 

(Louis C Washburn, D.D. 

(Reginald Heber Barnes. 
James R. L. Nisbett 



Lewis C. Baker. 
(George Sutton Sinclair. 

Charles Henry Arndt " 
Lucien M. Robinson, D.D. 
Emory S. Towson. 

r Henry L. Phillips, D.D. 
] J. DaC. Harewood. 

I Robert Henry Tabb. 
Edward Giles Knight 



C. Sydney Goodman. 
Thomas £. Delia Cioppa. 

Richard J. Morris. 

William Newman Parker. 



Snyder B. Simes. 

John Alexander (Joodfellow. 
H. Richard Harris, D.D. 
; Simeon C. Hill. 
Thomas Lester Gossling. 
Wilson Reifl Steady. 
William S. Neill. 
Joseph Holland Earp. 

5 William Henry GraflF, 

f Edward James McHcnry. 
I R. Marshall Harrison, D.D. 
Alfred Rives Berkeley. 



Robert A. Edwards, D.D. 

{Floyd W. Tompkins, D.D. 
Herbert Dunbar Cone. 
George Clifford Moore. 

Henry Charles Stone. 
(Henry K. Bunting Ogle. 
(Joseph P. Morris. 

Charles Alferd Ricksecker. 
Henry G. G. Vincent 

(Norman Van Pelt Levis. 

? J. Thompson Carpenter. 
Charles Lockwood rulforth. 

H. McKnight Moore. 

George S. (vassner. 

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Philadelphia: 

(Fairmotaat (jjd and Cai- 

lowhill SU.) 

(Broad and Tioga Sta.).. 

Koxborough (Ridsc and 
Fairthom Avc».> 

(2d St & Tabor Road, 01- 

(wf ^Market* & ' 56th ' Sts.) 

(8th St., above Spruce)... 
West (36th and Baring 

Sta.) 

Somerton ..••. 

Haddington (6400 Haver- 
ford Ave.) 

Germantown 

Kensington, Rittenhouse, 
bel. McCollum St.) .... 

(Lehigh and 26th Sta.) .. 

(aoth and Cherry Sta.) .. 

(Manayunk (Ontre St & 
Wabash Ave.) 

(i6th and Mifflin Sts.) ... 
West (6ist St and Hasel 

Ave.) 

(Venango and £dgemont 

Sts.) 

(sad and Walnut Sts.) ... 

Hestonville (sad St and 
Kershaw Ave.) 

Kingsessing (Woodland 
Ave., above 68th St) . . 

(Nicetown Lane, n. Qear- 
field St) 

(Elkhart & Emerald Sts.) 
N. Liberties (Brown St., 

below 3d) 

((jermantown Ave. & Sey- 
mour St) 

(a8th & Susquehanna Av.) 

(3d and Reed Sts.) 

(nth & Mt Vernon Sts.) 

Kensington, E. Huntington 

and B Sts.) 

(13th St, below Spruce). 

(z7th and Summer) 

(jermantown (Giermantown 
Ave. and Coulter St).. 

Bustleton (Welsh Road) . 



Redemption 168 . . 

Resurrection 730 . . 



St Alban 98.. 

St Alban 217.. 

St. Anna 219... 



St. Andrew 



. .226. . 



St Andrew S48.. 

St. Andrew in the 

Field II.. 

St Augustine zoi . . 

St. Barnabas 155.. 

St. Barnabas 88.. 

St Barnabas 530 . . 

St Bartholomew 27T^. 

St. Oement 691.. 

St David 320.. 

St Elisabeth 476.. 

St. Cieorge 249 . . 

St. Cieorge Chapel .... 207 . . 
St James 1,098. . 

St. James 384.. 

St. James 509 . . 

St. James the Less. .. .350. . 

St John (Free) 722.. 

St. John 414.. 

St John Baptist 187. . 

St. John Chrysostom . . 220 . . 

St. John Evangelist. . . 150. . 
St Jude and the 
Nativity 640. . 

St. Luke 1,000.. 

St. Luke and the 

Epiphany 1,205.. 

Epiphany Chapel 323 . . 

St Luke 811.. 

St. Luke the Beloved 

Physician 103 . . 



Thomas R. List 

I James Odgers Mcllhenny. 

(Robert Raymond Windlcj. 

Charles Stratton Lyonc 

Archibald Campbell Knowks. 
Fleming James, D.D. 

J. J. Joyce Moore. 
\ WilUam J. Cox. 
1 Robert H. Wright 

John C. Lewis. 

Henry Stephen McDuffcy. 

William Smythe, 
Ernest Sydnor Thomas. 

Norman Stockett 

Daniel G. MacKinnon, D.D. 

Chas Samuel Hutchinson. 

Charles Carol *Quin. 

Augustus Walton Shick. 
, Gilbert Rumsey UnderhilL 

Robert W. Woodroofe. 

JFtederick Dunham Ward. 
{William B. P. Harrison. 

(Seorge La Pla Smith. 

Abel John Arkin. 

rWm. C. Richardson, D.D. 
\ Charles Knowles Penney. 

[Frederic Wyndham White 

William H. Cavanagh. 

S. Lord Gilberson. 

{ Edward Ritchie. 

\ Henry Osborne Jones, Jr. 

Waldemar Jansen. 

George Chalmers Richmond. 

George William Lincoln. 

Joseph Sherlock. 

George Albert Redles. 

Llewellyn N. Caley. 

Joseph Manuel 

'^ David McConnell Steele. 

Ph. Justice Steinmetz, Jr- 

Oliver W. De Venish. 

'Samuel Upjohn, D.D. 

(}eorge Herbert Dennison. 

Royden Keith Verges. 

JFred'k Brimmer Keable. 
I John C. Lewis. 



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301 



PAftllUXS AMD lilSSlOMt. 



Pluladclptaia: 

(Locust St ab. i6Ui). 



Frankford (Frankford Av. 
near Unity St.> 

(Oak Lane) 

Wissahickon Ugt» (Wil- 
low (irove Ave. «nd St. 
Jdarttn'a Lane) ....... 



(Bainbridge St. ab. i8tb) 
Hamilton Village (Locust 

St., above 30th) 

Francisville (Girard Ave. 

and i8th St.) 

<i9tb and Wallace Sts.) . 
<iermantown (High St. nr. 

Morton) 

<i9tb & Lombard Sts.)... 
<43d k Wallace Sts.) 



(Allegheny Ave. k E St.) 
<i5th and Porter Su.)... 
.Aramingo (Kensington 

Ave. n; fiockius St.) ... 
Chestnut Uill (Chestnut 

Ave.) 

Overorook 

(Third and Pine Sts.) . . . 

Oermantown (VVayne and 
Harvey Sts.) 

<42d St k Baltimore Av.) 

<22d and Delancev St8.)*> 
•^th St and Lehigh Ave.) 

<22nd and Reed Sts.) ... I 

Manayunk (Wissahickon, 
Terrace, & Hemiit Sts.) 

<ioth St ab. Chestnut)... 
Bridesburg (Bridge and 

Melrose Sts.) 

(i3th St, bcl. Walnut) .. 
Itoxborough (Ridge Ave. 

n. Shurs Lane) 

(Reed St, below 8th) .... 
Elmwood (Tinicum Road, 

near 85th St) 

(West, 38th and Ludlow 
Sts.) 



CHUaCHM AMD 
OOMMUmCAMTt. 



St Mark 



.1,329. 



West (Woodland Ave. be- 
low 34th St) 

Burd Orphan Asylum .... 

South wark Cidth and Cay- 
uga Sts.) 

(Oxford Road, near ad St 
Turnpike) 

(Crescentville) 



St Aiark i,66i. 

St. Martin 219. 

St. Martin in the 

Field 408. 

St Mary 

St Mary 491 . 

St Matthew 1*035 • 

St Matthias 600. 

St Michael 416. 

St Michael's Chapel . . 
St. Michael and All 

Angels 97 . 

St Nathaniel's Mi8'n..209. 
St Paul 382. 

St. Paul Memorial .... 233 . 

St Paul ...34s. 

St Paul 297. 

St Peter 1.033- 

St Peter 5B5. 

St Philip 601. 

St Sauveur 178. 

St Simeon 2,125. 

St. Simon the 
Cyrenian 225 . 

St. Stephen 365 • 

St Stephen 649. 

St Stephen 125. 

St Thomas 411. 

St Timothy 673 . 

St Timothy 145 • 

St. Titus 30 • 

The Saviour 1,318. 

Transfiguration 214. 

St Stephen Chapel ... 30. 

Trinity 109. 

Trinity 1 322. 

Trinity Chapel f 



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f Alfred G. Mortimer, D.D. 
C. Frederick Brookins. 
Forrest Bowley Johnson. 
Henry Bowers (xorgas. 
F. M. W. Schneeweiss. 

I John B. Harding, 
fohn Pilkington Bagley. 
alter Jordan. 



Jacob Le Roy. 
C. F. Brookins. 

iCreorge Lynde Richardson. 
Howard Morris Stuckert. 
Chaa. Campbell Pierce.D.O. 
Stanley R. West 
harles Rowland Hill. 

Arnold Harris Hord. 



William Henry Barnes. 
Georjte R. Miller. 
Edwin Schively Carson. 

Edwin James Humes. 

'J. Andrews Harris, D.D. 

t Ogle Warfield. 

illiam Robert Turner. 

Edward M. Jefferys, D.D. 

J. W. Stewart. 



1 Stewart P. Keeling. 
J. Marchant Hayman. 
Clarence Wyatt Bispham. 
lorian Charles J. Vurpillot 
f George John Walenta. 
< William Smythe. 
LPaul S. Howe. 
John R. Logan. 



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rCarl E. Grammar, D.D. 
-i Robert Long. 
Joseph L. Miller, 
/^illiam Price. 
A. C. V. Cartier. 
(James Biddle Halsey. 
( Leigh Roy Urban. 
William Roberts. 

S. Lprd Gilberson. 

(Robert Johnston. 
(William Henry Benford. 



John G. Hatton. 

Clergy of St. Stephen's. 

Britton Day Weigle. 



(Horace F. Fuller. 
( Martin Damer. 



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PbUadelplisa: 

(8th St. & Columbia Av.) 
Gcrmantown (CoL Mis.).. 

PhoenixviUe 



Pottstown . . . 
Prospect Park 



Quaki 
Kadn( 



uaker Town 



Ridley Park 

Rockledge 

Rosemont (Radnor) 

Royersf ord 

Swarthmore 

Toddtown 

Valley Forge 

Warwick 

Wayne 

Weldon (RR. Sta., Abingdon) 
West Chester 



West Vincent . . 
West Whiteland 
White Marsh . . . 
Willow Grove .. 

Wyncote 

Wynnewood . . . . 
Yardley 



CHUKCHBS AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



Zion 



273. 

a6., 

St. Peter 250. 

Christ 163. 

Christ 52. 

St. James 56. 

Emmanuel ', 40 . 

St. Martin ;....I20. 

Christ 192. 

Holy Nativity 215* 

(k»od Shepherd Mem*1.26o. 

Epiphany 54* 

Trinity 75. 

St. Mary 

Washington Memorial.. 04. 

St. Mary 27 , 

St. Mary 350. 

St. Peter 100. 

Holy Trinity 395 . 

St. Andrew 18. 

St. Paul 65. 

St. Thomas 261. 

^t. Anne 58. 

All Hallows 174. 

All Saints 

St. Andrew 63 . 



James Bentham Walker. 

j Francis Cope Hartshome. 
1 A. J. Arnold. 
Frederick Chapin JewelL 
William Howard Davis. 
William Howard Davis. 

George Warrington Lamb. 

Fordyce H. Argo. 

Arthur B. Conger. 

Edgar Van Wright Edwards. 

Walter Antonio Matos. 

William Herbert Burk. 
Robert L. Stevens 
Charles M. Armstronff. 
John F. Schunck. 
(Arthur Rogers, D.D. 
1 Willis Hatfield Hazard. 
Francis Cope Hartshome. 
Jules Louis Prevost. 
Alexander James Miller. 
Edgar Harrison Dickerson. 
Benjamin Smith Sanderson. 
Andrew S. Bache. 
Charles Barnes Williams. 



NONPAROCHIAL. 



Ayer, William Francis, ch. Episcopal Hos- 
pital, Philadelphia. 

Baker, A. (jeorge, Philadelphia. 

Baker, Lewis C., ch. Christ Church Hos- 
pital, Philadelphia. 

Baldy, Hurly, Mt. Airy, Philadelphia. 

Barrington, John William. 

Bawn, John G., Fox Chase. 

Bierck, Julius G., Philadelphia. 

Bissell, Linus Parsons, D.D., Litchfield, 
Conn. 

Boyer, S. H., Philadelphia. 

Boyer, Simon K., Germantown, Pa. 

Bown, William Henry, Bristol. 

Burk, Edmund, Philadelphia. 

Burke. Robert B.. Prof.. Philadelphia. 

Cameron. James G., oflF. Peekskill, N. Y. 

Clark, Fletcher, Ardmore. 

Cobb, Roderick P., Orlando, Fla. 

Cook, John Wilson, off. Philadelphia. 

Currie, Charles George, D.D., Chestnut 
Hill. 

Davidson, T. William, City Mission. 

Du Bois, Henrv OcH*.n M*.w Vork. 

Duhring, Herman L., D.D., Supt. Gty 
Mission. Philadelphia. 

Ege, Thompson P., New York. 

Elwyn, Alfred L., Philadelphia. 

Falkne'-, John Blake, D.D., r. em., Phila- 
delphia. 

Foley, (3eorge C, D.D., Prof. Homilettcs 
and Pastoral Care, Divinity School. 
Philadelphia. 



Fullerton, George S., Professor. Columbia 
University. New York, N. Y. 

Gallaudet, John C, Philadelphia. 

Gassaure, Junius, Philadelphia. 

Groton, H. B., New York. 

Groton, William Mansfield, D.D.. Professor 
and Dean of Divinity School, Phila. 

Hall, J. T. D., Galilee Rescue Mission, 
Philadelphia. • 

Haughton, James, Paoli. 

Heffem, A. D., D.D.. Prof, of New Testa- 
ment in Divinity School. 

Hess, Arthur W., off. Cape May, N. J. 

Hodgkin, Frederick B., Philadelphia. 

Hotchkin, Samuel F., r. em.. Registrar Dio- 
cese, Church House, Philadelphia. 

Hubbell. Johnson. Bristol, Pa. 

Huff, Henri M. G., Overbrook. 

Huggins, J. R., City Mission. 

Hunt, (Jeorge Abbott, South Union, Me. 

Johnson, John Edgar, Philadelphia. 

Kaltenbach, N. H., Church House. 

Kelley, Arthur Paul, Manlius, N. Y. 

Kelly, Samuel P., Paris, France. 

Koehler, J. M., Kansas Citv Mo. 

Lane, Edwin Selden, G. T. S., New York. 

Launt, Francis A. D., D.D., Philadelphia. 

Maison, Charles A.. D.D., Rector Emerttns, 
Philadelphia. 

Matchett, George Gilbert, Philadelphia. 

Matthews, John R., Barnesville. O. 

McClure. Alfred J. P., Philadelphia. 



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308 



McHenry, H^nry Crcsson, AasL Supt. City 
MiMioit, Philadelphia. 

Meigs, H. Ingersoll, Fhiladelphia. 

Mfller, Hugh Q-, Philadelphia. 

Mil!^, Abraham Lincoln, City Mission. 

MB^or, Charles E., Philadelphia. 

Moiitgomery, James A., Ph.D., S.T.D., 
professor Divinity School, Philadelphia. 

Mortell. William F. C, Germaptown. 

Muller, James Arthur, Columbia Univer- 
sity, New York. 

Osbom, Robert G.. Philadelphia. 

Parker, Calvin C, Philadelphia. 

Perry, James Dc Wolfe, D.D., r. em., Phil- 
adelphia. 

Riggs, Edward, Philadelphia. 



Robins, Jamet W., D.D., Philadelpliia. 
Rogers, George, Philadelphia. 
StTrk. W. H., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Skilton, John Davis, Scranton, Pa. 

Snivelv, Summerfield E., in Europe. 

Tidball, Thomas A., D.D., prof., Sewane^ 
Tcnn. 

Totty, John, England. 

Towle, William Harrison, Ashland, Me. 

Warner, William Arthur, Secretary to the 
Bishops, Philadelphia. 

Watson, Edward Shippen, D.D., Philadel- 
phia. 

Weeden, Clarence D., off. Loomis, N. Y. 

Weinstein, Andrew, Philadelphia. 

Zara, Michele, Philadelphia. 



PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. 

MISSIONARY DISTRICT. 

Limits. — The Philippine Islands, also Guam and Wake Island. 

Population (1901), 7,635,426. Area, 1x5,026 sq. m. 

Ths Rt. Rev. Charles Henry Brent, D.D., Missionary Bishop. (1901.) Residence, 
Bishop's House, Calle Isaac Peral, P. O. Box 423, Manila. 

Secretary.— The Rev. Hobart E. Studley, Manila. 

Treasurer. — Henry H. Bayne, C. A., P. O. Box 589, Manila. 

Registrar. — Henry H. Bayne, C. A., P. O. Box 589, Manila. 

Council of Advice. — Clerical, the Very Rev. M. A. Bartlett, D.D., the Rev. H. E. Stud- 
ley. Lay, Col. W. C. Rivers, George A. Main, Sec. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The Rev. Charles C. Pierce and the Chaplains in the United States Army held the earliest 
services of the American Church after the cession by Spain to the United States. At 
the sessions of the General Convention held in the city of Washington in October, 
1898, consideration of the spiritual needs of the "new possessions occupied much 
time. A committee from both Houses on "the increased responsibilities of the 
Church** presented, on October 21, a report which provided specifically for some of 
the "new possessions,'* but not for the Philippines. By concurrence of both Houses 
a joint committee on the subject was appointed. During the sessions of the General 
Convention held in the city of San Francisco, California, in October, 1901, a report 
was made to the House 01 Bishops in which, among the recommendations, was one 
for the erection of a Missionary District of the Philippine Islands. The recommenda- 
tion was adopted on October 5. and the District constituted. On October 11 the 
House of Bishops nominated the Rev. Charles Henry Brent, Rector of St Stephen's 
Church, Boston, Massachusetts, as Missionary Bishop, and he was duly elected. 

' CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church Settlement and House of the Holy Child, Manila. — Deaconess, Margaret Routledge. 

Miss Frances E. Bartter. 
University Hospital, Manila. — Physician in Charge, Dr. Burdett. Supt., Miss Ellen T. 

Hicks. 
Columbia Club, Manila.— Pres., the Hon. C. B. Elliott. 
Easter School, for Igprots.—Supt., Dr. B. M. Blatt. 

Bcguio School (for American Boys), Baguio, — Head Master, the Rev. R. B. Ogilby. 
Dispensary, Sagada. — In Charge, . Nurse, Miss Masee. 

Girls' School, Sagada. — In Charge, Miss C. A. Mears. 
Girls' School, Bontoc. — In Charge, Miss L. Whitcombe. 
Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized July, 1903.] 

Calle Marcellino, Manila. 
Training School for Filipino Nurses, — ^^t*^*.. Miss Hicks. 
Dispensary, Bontok. — In Charge, Mrs. W. C. Oapp. 
Boys' Dormitory, Bontok. — In Charge, the Rev. A. K Sibley. 



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PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. 



1191S 



fTATimtt. 



Qergy 

Priests Ordained 

Churck Edifices 

Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Contributions 



1911. 



12 


13 


9 


9 


17 


*? 


27$ 


196 


14a 


i«o 


735 


7*6 


$6,9*3 


$13,284 



The 9th Annual Convention will be held when and where the Bishop may appoint, 

August z, 1912. 

THE CLERGY. 

The Bishop. 

CATHEDRAL OF ST. MARY AND ST. JOHN (com. 233), MANILA. 
Dean. — The Rev. Percy James Brown, Manila. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains, — ^The Rev. Hobart E. Studley, the Rev. Robb White, Jr., 
the Rev. Remsen B. Ogilby. 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 



Agafia, Guam 

Baguio 

Bagnen 

Batangas .... 

Besao 

Bontok 



Cavite 
Cebu . 
Iloilo . 
Jolo .. 
Manila 



Olopango , 

San Fernando, Pampanga 

Sagada 



Tukukan . . 
Zambonaga 
Scattered . , 



CHUaCHXS AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



Resurrection 19 • 

St. Gregory the Great. 

Fort McGranth 8. 

St. Benedict 

All Saints 100. 

Cathedral Mission 5 . 

4- 

30. 

7. 

St. Luke 40. 

St. Stephen 52- 

Bilibid Prison 7 • 

Cathedral Mission .... 12. 
3. 



St. Mary the Virgin ..124. 



Holy Trinity 20. 

50 . 



The Bishop. 
Robb White, Jr. 
Served from Sagada. 
The Bishop. 
Served from Sagada. 

(Walter Clayton Clapp. 

(Edward Allen Sibley. 

The Bishop. 

The Bishop. 

David Law Fleming. 

George Charles Bartter. 

Hobart Earl Studley. 

George Charles Bartter. 

The Bishop. 

(John A. Staunton, Jr. 
/ Rob*t Tarrant McCutcheon 
Served from Bontok. 
Herbert Stanley Smith. 



NONPAROCHIAL. 



Bartlett, Murray A. 

the Philippines, Manila. 
Fleming, David L., chap. U. S. A., Angur 

Barracks, Jolo. 
Marshall, Myron B., Portsmouth, Va. 



Pres. University of | Ogilby, 

School, Bagnio! 



Remsen B., Headmaster Bagnio 



Smith, Herbert S., chap. U. S. A., 
Barracks, Zamboanga. 



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DIOCESE OF PITTSBUROH. (A. D. 1863.) 

Limits. — All thca portion of the State of Pennsylvania comprising the Counties of Beaver, 
Bntler, Armstrong, Indiana, Cambria, Allegheny, West Moreland, Washington, 
Greene, Fayette, and Somerset, 

Population (19 lo), 2,108,758. Area, 8,447 sq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rxv. Cortlanot Whztkhkao, D.D., Bisiiop. (X882.) Residence, Bish<M>'s House. 
Shady Side, Pituburgh. 

Secretary of Convention. — The Rev. Thomas Jefferson Danner, 5444 Baywood St., £. £,» 
Pittsburgh. ^ 

Assistant Secretary. — ^The Rev. William Lane Benton, Crafton. 

Treasurer of Convention, — U. R. Scully, 146 Sixth St., Pittsburgh. 

Chancellor. — George W. Guthrie, 434 l3iamond St., Pittsburgh. 

/SegMlrar.— The Rev. W. F. Prince. 3241 Bailey St., N. S. Pittsburgh. 

Standing Committee, — Clerical, the Rev. John Dows Hills, D.l)., Pres.; the Rev. D. L» 
Ferris, Sec; the Rev. Alexander Vance, D.D., the Rev. E. H. Ward, D.D. Lay, 
N. P. Hyndman, S. C. McCandless, H. W. Armstrong, George C. Burgwin. 
HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The earliest services within the limits ot the Diocese were by Abraham, a Mohawk Indian 
Sachem and Catechist under the venerable Propagation Society, on the march to Fort 
Du Quesne under General Braddock in 1755. On the same expedition Colonel George 
Washington of Vir^nia read the funeral service over General Braddock. Congrega- 
tions were formed in Washington County from 1793 to 1803 by the Rev. Dr. Joseph 
Doddridge, the Rev. Robert Ayres and the Rev. Francis Reno. A church was built 
near Monongahela City and called St. Thomas' Church. Conventions were held by 
these clergymen and lay delegates from the various congregations from 1803 to 1810. 
The first permanent parish was Trinity Church, Pittsburgh, served from 1804 by the 
Rev. John Taylor, i he first Episcopal visitation west of the Allegheny Mountains was 
in 1825, by Bishop White. A memorial from the Diocese of Pennsylvania was pre- 
sented to the General Convention at its sessions in Philadelphia in October, i865» 
praying lor a division of the Diocese. On October 13 the prayer was granted bv the 
concurrence of both Houses. The Primary Convention met in Trinity Church, Pitts> 
burgh, on November 15, 1865. There were twenty-eight clergymen and lay delegates 
from twenty-eight parishes present. The Rev. Dr. John Barrett Kerfoot, President 
of Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, was chosen Bishop. With the consent of 
the General Convention of 19 10 thirteen counties were set off for a new Diocese, 
Erie, Crawford, Warren, McKean, Mercer, Venango, Forest, Elk, Cameron, Clarion, 
Jefferson, and Qearfield. The orimary Convention of the new Diocese was held on 
November 16, 1910, the name Erie was chosen, and the Rev. Dr. Rogers Israel, of 
Scranton, was elected the first Bishop.. 

First Bishop. — ^Johm Basrbtt KutrooT. Born, March i, 18 16. Consecrated, January as, 
1866. Died, July 10. i88x. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church Club of the Diocese of Pittsburgh. — [Organized 1897.] Pres., A. P. Burgwin, 
5210 Pembroke Place, Pittsburgh. Sec, Southard Hay, 614 Lewis Bldg., Pittsburgh. 

Church Home, Pittsburgh.— Mrs. F. S. Bissell, 68 Penn Ave., Pres. Mrs. J. M. Crombic, 
419 Ross St., Wilkinsburg, Sec Mrs. R. T. Reineman, Breckenridge Ave., Treas. 
The Rev. Walter N. Clapp, Chaplain. 

Church Periodical Club. — Dxocesan Correspondent, Miss Margaret Scully, 201 S. Lexing- 
ton Ave., Pittsburgh. 

Daughters of the King. — Diocesan Sec, Mrs. Loudon, Pittsburgh. 

Girls' Friendly Society. — Diocesan" Sec, Miss Barnctt, 

Prayer-Book Society of the Diocese of Pittsburgh. — Pres., the Bishop. Sec, Mrs. Herbert 
A. Grantham, New Kensington. Treas., Miss C. Kerfoot, Aiken Ave. Librarian, 
Miss J. Cuddy. 

The Laymen's Missionary League. — [Organized 1889.] For the purpose of establishing 
and maintaining Mission Sunday Schools, Bible Classes, and Services in the cities of 
Pittsburgh and Allegheny and vicinity, under the direction of the Bishop. Eleven 
Lay Evangelists and fifteen Lay Readers. Pres., Mr. N. P. Hyndman. Sec, Mr. A. 
G. Loyd, 2001 Union Bank Building, Pittsburgh. 

St. Margaret Memorial Hospital, ^6th St., Pittsburgh. — Pres., Hon. George W. Guthrie. 
Sec, Mr. N. P. Hyndman. 

St. Barnabas Home for Convalescents, McKeesport, — Supt., Mr. Gouverneur P. Hance. 

Sembury Society of Erie. — Pres., C. £. Zinram. Sec, Malcolm McCormick. Treas., }. K. 
Hough. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch.— [Organized January, 1881.] Annual meeting: 
in November; also, a semi-annual meeting. Pres., Mrs. Marcelline Adams. Sec, Miss 
Margaret Phillips, 637 Ridge Ave., N. S., Pittsburgh. 

Junior Department. — Directors, Miss Mary Barnett, Crafton; Mrs. W. C. I^awley, Wil- 
kinsburg. 

Diocesan Paper. — "The Church News," Lewis Block, Pittsburgh. ^. .^.^^^ ^ GoOQIc 



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PITTSBURGH. 



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■TATUTICl. 

Clergy 

FriesU Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organised Parishes and Missions .... 

Unorganized Missions 

Baptisms v 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars • . , 

Contributions 



19x0. 



8§ 


66 


6 


.... 


124 


70 


71 


47 


67 


41 


''III 


1,041 


1,109 


20,812 


15,233 


1. 123 


803 


10,37a 


7,218 


$423,§Q2 


$349,658 



1911.* 



* The decrease in the statistics is accounted for by the creation of the new Diocese 

of Erie. 

The 47th Annual Convention will meet in St. Peter's Church, Uniontown, on the 
second Wednesday in May, 19 12. 



THE CLERGY. 

Thb Bishop. 

Archdeacon of Diocese and General Missionary, — The Ven. Lewis Frank Cole, Church 
Rooms, Pittsburgh. 

Archdeacon of Pittsburgh. — The Ven. Thomas James Bigham, Church Rooms. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains. — The Rev. Christian Martin Young, the Rev. John R. 
Wightman, the Rev. Daniel Duroe. 



PABISHB AND MISlXONt. 



Ambridge • 

Bamesboro-' .. 

Beaver Falls 

Bellevne 

Blairsville 

Braddock 

Brownsville 

Butler 

Canonsbnrg 

Carnegie 

Charleroi 

Clairton 

Conncllsville 

Coraopolis • 

Crafton 

Dunbar 

Dnquesne 

Fairview (Beaver Co.) 

Ford City 

Freeport 

Georgetown 

Greensbura 

Homestead •.••.••......... 

_. _ .. . a...-uijfcj 



CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS 



St. Matthias 74 

St. Thomas 172 

St. Mary 309 

Epiphany 270 

St. Peter 20 

St. Mary 143 

Christ 2ii 

St. Peter 341 

St. Thomas 103 

Atonement 120 

St. Mary 153, 

Transfiguration 45 , 

Trinity 135. 

St. John 34 , 

Nativity 230, 

St. John 64. 

St. Alban 51. 

St. Paul 37. 

St. Mark 30 . 

Trinity 36. 

St Luke 33. 

Christ 150. 

St. Matthew 268. 



Henr^ Gibbs. 
John Tilley. 
Amos Bannister. 
John Dows Hills, D.D. 

Rudolph W. Nickel. 

William Edward Rambo. 
Roger Charnock, D.D. 

Qarence Albert Thomas. 
Osee Celsus Fox. 
Lucius Wilson Shey. 
Archdeacon Bigham. 

Richard Kemp. 
August M. Treschow. 
William Lane Hall Benton. 

Richard Kemp. 
Archdeacon Bigham. 



Henry G. Buisch, Jr. 

Arthur Sanford Lewis. 
Edwin Homer Wellman. 



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PiOIXSHBS AMD MISUONt. 



Indiana .... 
Jeannette . . 
Johnstown . 
Kittanning . 
Latrobe .... 
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Christ 75. 

Advent 120. 

St. Mark 335. 

St. Paul 4x0. 

St. Luke 28. 

Holy Innocents 49. 

Holy Trinity 7. 

St. Tames 

St. Stephen «...6oo. 

St. Andrew 

St. John 

Menallea '.Grace 18. 

Meyersdalc ! Trinity 32. 

Monessen Holy Trinity 45- 

Monongalwia Cit7 St. Paul 171. 

Christ 183. 

St. Andrew 65 . 

St. Thomas 429 . 



New Brighton ... 
New Kensiagton 
Oakmont 



Patton 



Pittsburgh 

(West Liberty) 

(California Ave.) 

Shady Side (Ellsworth 

Ave.) 

(East End) 

(Union Ave.) 

Northside) 

(North & Allegheny Avs.) 

(Hazlewood) 

Mt. Washington (Syca- 
more and Bertha Sta.) . . 

(KnoxviUe) 

(Sheridanvtlle) 

(North Side) 

(Wightman St.) 



(Hampton & Euclid Aves.) 

(Jackson St.) 

(Wabash Ave., West End) 



(Kelly St.) 

(Butler and Main Sts.) . . . 
Bloomfield (Pearl St) ... . 



(i8th St., So. Side) 
(Oakland) 



(Centre Ave.) 

(Forbes and Craft Aves.) 

(McKees Rocks) 



(Sharpsbnrg) 
(Sixth Ave.) . 

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Trinity » 45 . . 



Advent 90 . 

All Saints 136 . 

Ascension 403. 

Calvary 1,637 . 

Christ 321. 

Church Home 20 . 

Emmanuel 360 . 

Good Shepherd 321. 

Grace 240. 

Incarnation 168 . 

Messiah 147. 

Nativity 

Redeemer 51. 

St. Andrew 261 . 

St. Augustine 179 . 

St. George 47 . 

St. James 400- 

St. John 306. 

St. Luke 385. 

St. Margaret for Deaf 

Mutes 50- 

St. Mark 210. 

St. Mary 186. 

St. Paul 124. 

St. Peter 290. 

St. Timothy^ .125. 

Transfiguration 20 . 

Trinity 65. 

Trinity 988. 



Rudolph W. Nickel. 
Arthur Sanford Lewis. 
Frederick F. FlewelUng. 
Wm. Ernest Hyde Nwlci. 
Percy R. Dix. 
G. A. M. Dyess. 

Wm. Hall Lane Benton. 

[.Lewis Norman Tucker. 



Frederick Warren Beekman. 
Archdeacon Cole. 
Lucius Wilson Shey. 
John Palmer Norman. 

Floyd Baker Van Keurcn. 
Herbert Albert Grantham. 

1 Christian Martin Young. 

2 Herbert Albert Grantham. 
John Tilley. 



Harvey Blair Marks. 
Walter Franklin Prince. 



(James H. Mcllvaine, D.D. 
( David Lincoln Ferris. 



George Brinkerhoff Richards. 
Abijah Alexander. 

John Robinson Pickells. 
Archdeacon Cole. 
Alan S. Hawkesworth. 

Robert Nelson Meade. 

Alexander Vance, D.D. 
Scott Wood. 
Osee Celsus Fox. 

Rudolph Edward Schulz. 
Thomas Jefferson Danner. 
Daniel W. Duroe. 



Brewster R. Allabough. 
Harvey Blair Marks. 

(The Bishop. 

(Walter Nicholas Qapp. 
John R. Wightman. 

(Edward H. Ward, D.D. 

(Robert N. Meade. 

Archdeacon Bigham. 
Thomas Richard Yates. 
Edward Guthrie Pitblado. 



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St. Mary 54., 

Trinity no. 

St. Bartholomew 35. 

St. Stephen ..380. 

St. Thomas 12 . 

St. Barnabas 177. 

St. Peter 391 . 

All Saints . 

Trinity 279 . 

St. Michael 26. 

St. George 15. 

St. John 18. 

St. Stephen 598 . 

St. Margaret 86 . 

St. Luke 12. 



George Woodward Lamb. 
Percy R. Dtx.* 
AUeyne Carleton HowelL 

Henry George Buisch, Jr. 
Frederick Warren Beekmin. 



W. E. Rambo. 
Joseph Speers. 
Archdeacon Bigham. 



NON.PAROCHiAL. 



Arundell, A. W., D.D., Pittsburgh. 

Benton, Robert Agnew, r. cm., Norfolk, Va. 

Bragdon, Chas. A., D.D., Spokane, Wash. 

Dimmick, Samson, Kittanning. 

Dycss, G. A. McK., Prof., Pittsburgh. 

Grange, Robert W., D.D., r. em., Pitts- 
burgh. 

Lyne, Frederick A., Tucson. Ariz. 

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Meech, Robert, D.D., r. cm;, Pittsburgh. 
Michael, Oscar S., Pittsburgh. 
Morgan, William Hamilton, Pittsburgh. 
Oakesford, J. M., Allegany. 
Pickells, Charles. D.D., Pittsburgh. 
Rogers, George. Bellevue. 
Thompson, William, D.D., r. em., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 
Young, Edward Hudson, Paris. 



PORTO RICO. 

MISSIONARY DISTRICT. 



Limits.— TAe Islands of Porto Rico, Culebra and Vieques. 
Population (1901), 953.243- Area, 3,600 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rev. James Heartt Van Buren, D.D., Missionary Bishop. (1902.) Residence, 

San. Juan, Porto Rico. 
Secretary.'^'JiSi.mt^ H. A. Smith, San Juan. 
Treasurer. — T. G. I. Waymouth, San Juan. 
Registrar.— Th^ Rev. Frederick A. Warden, San Juan. 
Chancellor. — The Hon. J. R. F. Savage, San Juan. 
Council of Advice.—Clerical, the Rev. Frederick A. Warden, the Rev. Leonard Read. 

Lay, T. G. I. Waymouth, H. W. Dooley. 
Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch, — [Organized 1903.] Sec, Mrs. J. H. Van Buren, 

9 Trumbull St., New Haven, Conn. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

By the cession of this island and Vieques to the United States, by Spain, provision for 
its spiritual needs was made imperative. At the General Convention in session in the 
city of Washington, in October, 1898, the best method for supplying these islands 
with services was considered. A committee of both Houses on "the Increased Re- 
sponsibilities of the Church" was appointed, which reported that the condition in the 
island of Porto Rico warranted immediate action, there being already a church build- 
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ing and congregation at Ponce under the jnriadiction of the Bishop of Anttgna, which' 
would willingly be transferred to the Church in the United States. The pro^sior 
for the island was committed to the Board of Missions after consultation with thr 
Bishop of Antigua. The Rer. James H. Van Buren, of Massachusetts, became sooia 
after missionary in the island and organised several congregations. The island ftrnt 
placed under the jurisdiction of the Presiding Bishop. At the General Convention in 
session at San Francisco, California, in October, 1901, the committee of the House 
of Bishops, to whom the Joint Commission on Increased Responsibilities had oom- 
municated the information it had acquired, reported, on October s, advising the erec- 
tion of Porto Rico and. Vieques into a Missionary District. It also presented a form 
of agreement between the Archbishop of the West Indies, the Bishop of Antigua, and' 
the Presiding Bishop, reimbursing the Bishop of Antigua for the moneys spent in 
Porto Rico, and transferring the jurisdiction over that island to the Church in the 
United States. The report advised the Board of Missions to make the necessary 
payment. The report was adopted and the missionary district constituted. On Octo- 
ber II. the Rev. Dr. William Cabell Brown, of Southern Brazil, was nominated and 
duly elected. Upon his declination, at a special meeting of the House of Bishops, 
held in Christ Cnurch, Cincinnati, Ohio, on April 16 and 17. 1902, the Rev. James 
Heartt Van Buren. of the District of Porto Rico, was elected. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

5"*. Luk^s Memorial Hospital, Ponce.-^Medical Director, Carl Vogcl, M.D. 



Clergy 

Priest* Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Orsranized Parishes and Missions > 

Unorganized Missions ] 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Common icantw 

Sunday School Teachers 

Stmdav School 5>cholars 

Parish School Teachers 

Parish School Scholars 

Contribotions 




The 8th Annual Convocation will be held in the Church of St. John the Baptist, 
San Ttian. on May fA an^ t^. tqt* 

THE CLERGY. 

The Bishop. 



PAKISHtS .AND MISilONi. 



Aflfuas Bnenas . . 
Aguerre Central 
Cabras Island . . , 
Guanica Central 

Mayaguez 

Ponce 



Puerta de Tierra 
San Juan 



Santurce (Park) 
(Cerra) 

Vieoues 

(Esperanza) .. 



CHUKCHCS AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



Advent 4 . 

5- 

Good Shepherd 4 . 



St. Andrew 55 . 

Holy Trinity 100. 

St. Luke's Hospital ... 

St. Luke iq8. 

St. John the Baptist... 89. 

Naval Station 

Annunciation 

St. Paul 14. 

All Saints $2. 

St. Clement 



The Bishop. 
Frederick A. 
The Bishop. 
The Bishop. 
The Bishop. 



Warden. 



V Frederick A. Warden. 
Frederick A. Warden. 
) Leonard Read. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 

Adam. Sarnuel Forbes, off. by license. I Hendricks, William Emmanuel, 

Droste, Johan Frederick, San Juan. | 



Fajardo. 



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DIOCESE OF QUINCY. (A. D. 1877.) 

Uutn.—AU that portion of tf^ Stoio of lUmoit Mng most of tho lUimoiM Rhor mmd U 
SoUo County, amd ^^^f <*# fwmtios of fVkiiosido mtd Loo. 

Tbs Rt. Rxv. M. Edward Fawcxtt, D.D., Buhop. Residence, Quincy, IlL 

Socretory and Registrar of Synod. — ^The Rev. Chapman Simpson X^wis. i87x Kentucky 
St., Quincy, 111. 

Treasurer. -^T, B. Martin, Galesburg, 111. , 

■Chancellor, — Leaton McC. Boggess, Peoria. 

Standing Committee, — Clerical, the Rev. Charles W. Lefiingwell, D.D., Pres,; the Rev. 
Herbert A. Percival, D.D., the Rev. Granville H. Sherwood. Lay^ H. A. WiUiamson. 
T. R. Stokes, T. B. Martin. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 
(See Chicago.) 

"Within this Diocese is Bishop Chase's second collegiate foundation. Jubilee Collq;e, 
Robin's Nest, near Peoria. For this work Bishop Chase sought an endowment from 
friends in England in 1836. Here he made his home until his death in 185a. After 
being in successful operation for about thirty-five years, it was practically abandoned. 
It has now been made a Diocesan Institution under the name of Jubilee SchooL A 
memorial from the Diocese of Illinois, praying for the erection of two new Dioceses 
within its limits, was presented to both Houses of the General Convention at its ses- 
sions in Baltimore, Maryland, in October, 1871. A favourable report was presented 
to the House of Bishops bv its Committee on New Dioceses, on October 25. That 
House refused consent to tne division, as no adequate provision had been made for 
the support of the Episcopate. A second memorial was presented to both Houses of 
the General Convention at its sessions in Boston, Massachusetts, in October, 1877. 
The prayer was granted by concurrence of action by bofh Houses on October zx. The 
Primary Convention met in St. John's Church, Quincy, on December 11, 1877. Thir- 
teen clergymen and lay delegates from eleven parishes were present. The Rev. Dr. 
Samuel Smith Harris, Rector of St. James' Church, Chicago, was unanimously elected 
as Bishop. Upon his declination, a special Convention was held in St. John s Cathe- 
driU, Qumcy, on February 26, 1878, when the Rev. Dr. Alexander Burgess, Rector 
of Chnst Church, Springfield, Massachusetts, was elected Bishop. 

First Bishop, — ^Alexander Burgess. Bom, October 31, 1819. Consecrated, May 15, 1878. 
Died, October 8, 190X. 

Second Bishop, — Frbdericb: William Taylor. Born, January 11, 1853. Consecrated, 
August 6, 1 90 1. Died, April 26, 1903. 

CHURCH INSTITUTION8.- 

Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Mrs. William P. McDowell, 659 Mass. 

Ave., Peoria, 111. 
Daughters of the King, — Diocesan Sec, 
GirU^ Friendly Society, — 
Jubilee School,— Pres. of Trustees, the Bishop. Head Master, Clarence M. Abbott 

Chaplain, the Rev. George Long. 
Lindsay Church Home, Quincy. — 
St. Alban's Academy, Knoxville. — For Boys. Head Master, Lucien Scnnet;;t. Chaplmn, 

the Rev. Edwin Dunning Weed. 
St. Mary's School, Knoxvitte. — [Established 1868.] Provincial School for Girls. Rector, 

the Rev. Charles W. Leffingwell, D.D. Chaplain, the Rev. 
Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized September, 1887.I Annual meeting m 

May. Special meetings at call of officers. Sec, Mrs. H. J. Woodward, 1207 Saratoga 

St, Peoria, 111. 
Junior Department. — Sec, Sister Josephine, Quincy. 

Diocesan Paper.— '*The Cathedral Chimes." Editor, Mr. Clarence M. Abbott 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

Cnorganized Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed •.•....•.•.......*•■ 

Communicants 

Sonday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

I&dttstrial School Teachers 

Imdnstrial School Scholars 

Contributions 



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THE CLERGY. 

THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST. JOHN ieom. 293). QUINCY. 
Thb Bisuor. 
The Dtan. — ^Tfae Bishop. # . 

Priest in Charge, — ^The Rev. Chapman Simpson Lewis. 
Canons. — 

General Missionary. — The Rev. J. M. D.. Davidson, D.D., Macomb. 
Rural Deans. — Galesburg: the Rev. . Peoria: the Revr. 

Rock Island: the Rev. Granville Hudson Sherwood. Quincy: the Rev. 

Rev. 
Bishop's Examining Chaplain,— The Rev. Charles W. Leffingwell, D.D. 



PASISBB AMD MIMIONS. 



Aledo 

Bowlinf ... 
Bradford ... 
Brimfield .. 
Bushnell . . 
Cambridfe . 
Canton .... 
Carthage ... 
Farmington 
Galesburg .. 



Galva .... 
Geneseo ... 
Griggsville 
Hamilton . 
Henry .... 
Jubilee . . . 
Kewanee .. 
Knoxville . 
Knoxville . 



Lewistown 
Limestone 
Macomb .. 
Mendon . . 
Meyer .... 
Moiine ... 



Monmouth .. 
New Canton 

Osco 

Peoria 



Pittsfield ... 
Pre-emption 

Princean . . , 
Quincy .... 



Rock Island 
Rushville ... 
Tiskilwa .... 
Wady Petra 
Warsaw . . . . 
Woodbull ... 
Wyoming ... 
At Large .. 



CHUBCHBS JM^ 
COlTMUNICANTt. 



Grace 

Grace 6.. 

St. James 20. 

Zion X3>< 

St. Thomas 12. 

St Matthew 6.. 

St. Peter 45 • 

St. Cypriau 37- 

Calvary 16. 

Grace 162. 

St. John (Swedish) ... 82. 

Holy Communion 24. 

Trinity 14. 

St. James 61. 

St Titus 6. 

St. John 67. 

Christ 53- 

St. John 139. 

St. Alban 

St. John » 25. 

St. Mary 40 . 

St. James 6. 

Christ 19. 

St. George 25 . 

Zion 29 . 

Christ 20 . 

Christ 91. 

St. An^arius 43 • 

Trinity a6. 

St. John Baptist 17. 

Grace 60 . 

St. Andrew 75 . 

St. Paul 347- 

St. Stephen 207 . 

St. Stephen 23 . 

St John 86. 

Redeemer 

Good Shepherd loi. 

St Alban\s Chapel .... 5- 

Trinity 282. 

Christ 12. 

St Jude 146. 

Messiah 7. 

St Paul 100. 

Emmanuel (Swedish).. 45. 

St Luke 16. 

90. 



William Francis 
Thomas Hines. 



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Dawson. 



_ neral Missionary. 
William Francis Dawson. 
Herbert Alden Burgess, 
(^neral Missionary. 
Herbert Alden Burgess 
Arthur Searing Peck 
John E. Almfeldt. 
Wilfred Ernst Mann. 
Arthur Grant Musson. 



Reuben Bancroft Whipple. 
George Long. 
Wilfred Ernst Mann. 
Edwin Dunning Weed- 
Charles W. Leffingwell, D.D. 

Charles W. Leffingwell, D.D. 
Richard Bolton. 
General Missionary. 



Arthur Grant Musson. 
John E.' Almfeldt 
Victor H. Webb. 

James Thomas Murrish, D.D. 

Thomas Hines. 

Herbert A. Percival, D.D. 

\ 
William Francis Dawson. 

William Osmond Cone. 

Granville Hudson Sherwood. 
General Missionary. 
Francis Manley Wilson. 



John E. Almfeldt 
Thomas Hines. 



NON.PAROCHIAL: 



Dawson, H. S., New Haven, ConA. 
Fulton, Edward H., Carthage, 111. 
Galarneau, (^orge M., chap.. Jubilee, HI. 
Mayo, William Francis. O. H. C, West 

Park. N. Y. 
Moore, Walter H., New York. 



Newman, James, Cairo, W. Va. 
Percival, Harold Spencer, New York. 
Richmond. William, Sioux City, la. 
Smith, John Gibbens, Burlington Ju 

Mo. 
Waterman, Theodore A., St. Louis, Mo. 

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DIOCESE OF RHODE ISLAND. (A. D. 1790.) 

lAuttn.'-rThf Stait of Rhode Ulond, 

Population (1900), 428,556. Aret, 1,306 iq. m. 

Th« Rt. Rjev. Tames DbWolf Perry, D.D., Bishop. (191 1.) Residence, Bishop's House, 

10 Brown St., Ptovidence. 
Secretary. — ^The Rev. Samuel H. Webb, »i Adelaide Ave., Providence. 
Registrar.'^The Rev. Joseph M. Hobbs, 39 Dover St., Providence. 
Treasurer of Convention. — ^Joseph T. A. Eddy, 808 Banigan Bldg., Providence. 
Standing Committee, — Clerical, the Rev. George McOellan Fiskc, D.D., Pres,; the Rev. 
Emery Huntington Porter, D.D., the Rev^ F. j. Bassett, D.D., the Rev. A. M. 
Aucock. Layj John H. Stiness, Rathbone Gardiner, Winslow Upton, James A. Pircc, 
Sec. 

HISTORICAL NOTE& 

The earliest services of the Church were those by the Rev. William Blackstone, the origi- 
nal proprietor of the peninsula of Sbawmut, now Boston, who removed m 1635 to 
Rhode Island. He lived near the present town of Lon^ale. It is traditional that he 
held services under an oak tree on his farm afterwards called the "Catholic Oak." 
He also "preached to the inhabitants of Providence," at intervals. He died in 1675. 
The first settled clergyman was the Rev. John Lockyer, incumbent of Trinity Church, 
Newport, from 1698 to 1702. The parish was founded under the auspices of Sir 
Francis Nicholson, Lieutenant Governor of New York. The Diocese was organized 
at a Convention held in Trinity Church, Newport, on November 18, 1790. There 
were present two clergr^men and five lay delegates. The Convention voted "That the 
Right Rev. Father in God, Samuel Seabury, D.D., Bishop of the Church in Connecti> 
cut, be and is hereby declared the Bishop of the Church in this State." Bishop Sea- 
bunr accepted, and served until his death in 1796. The Diocese in 1798 was placed 
under the charge of Bishop Bass of Massachusetts. In 1806, Bishop /Moore of New 
York was elected Diocesan. It is uncertain whether^ he accepted. In 18 10 it aided 
in the formation of the Eastern Diocese, that confederation of existing Dioceses 
united under the Rt. Rev. Dr. Alexander Viets Griswold as Bishop until his death in 
1843. At the Convention held in St Stephen's Church, Providence, on April 6, 
1843, the Rev. Dr. John Prentiss Kewley Henshaw, D.D., Rector of St. Peter's 
Church, Baltimore, Maryland, was elected Bishop. 

First Bishop. — Samuel Sbabury. Born, November 30, 1729. Consecrated Bishop of 
Connecticut, November 14, 1784. Elected Bishop of Rhode Island, November 18, 
1790, and was afterward Bishop of both sees. Dted, February 25, 1796. 

Second Bishop. — Edward Bass. Born, November 23, 172$. Consecrated Bishop of Massa- 
chusetts, May 7, 1797. Elected Bishop of Rhode Island (also), 1798. Died, Sep- 
tember 10, 1803. 

[Rhode Island was a part of the Eastern Diocese, 181 1- 1843. See Massachusetts.] 

First Bishop of Rhode Island (solely). — John Prentiss Kewley Hbnshaw. Bom, June 
i3» 1792. Consecrated August 11, 1843. Died, July 20, 1852. 

Second Bishop. — Thomas I^ iCH Clark. Born, July 4, 181 2. Consecrated, December 6. 

1854. Dted. September 7, '903. 

Third Bishop. — William Neilson McVickar. Born, October 19, 1843. Consecrated, 
January 27, 1808. Died, June 28, 19 10. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Mrs. Howard Hoppin, 86 Brown St., 
Providence. 

Daughters of the King. — 

Cirls' Friendly Societv. — Pres., Miss Mary B. Anthony, 7a Manning St, Proridencc 
Sec. Mrs. E. D. filodgett, 71 Park Place, Pawtucket. 

St. Ar irew's Industrial School for Boys, Barnngton.— Warden, the Rev. WiUiam M- 
Chapin. Treas., W. F. Keach, i Custom House St., Providence. 

St. Elizabeth Home for Incurables and Convalescents, Atlantic Ave. and Melrose Street, 
Providence. — Chaplain, the Rev. Joseph M. Hobbs. Treas., Miss N. A. Greene, 355 
Weybosset St., Providence. 

St. Mary's Orphanage, East Providence. — Warden, the Rev. Herbert C. Dana. Treas. 
Board of Trustees, E. D. Pearce, P. O. Box 977, Providence. Treas. Board of Mana- 
gers, Miss Bassett, 116 Prospect St., Providence. « ., 

The Churchmen's C/wb.— [Organized 1891.] Pres.. Edward T. Mulcahey, Providence. 
Sec, Henry H. Field, 363 Blackstone St., Providence. 

Woman's AuxUiary. Diocesan Branch. — [Organized February, 1878.] Annual meeting: 
Sec, Mrs. George J. Arnold, 45 Warwick Ave., Edgewood. 

Junior Department.— Sec, Miss Clara Cranston. 395 ^^»*^fg^ti?e*d*b^^^JO?!^lC 



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The i22d Annual Convention will be held on Tuesday. May i», 191a, at 10 A. M., 
at a place to he designated. 

THE CLERQY. 

Thi Bishop. 

Dean of Convocations, — Providence: the Rev. Charles A. Meadpr. Pawtucket: the Rer. 
Charles A. Meader. 

Bishop*! Examining Chaplains.— The Rev. George L. Locke, D.D., the Rev. Alva E. Car^ 
penter, the Rev. Henry Bassett, the Rev. Lester Bradner, Jr. 

Diocesan Missionary, — ^The Rev. Charles Albert Meader, Bishop McVickar House, Provl> 

dence. 
Assistant Diocesan Missionary. -^-Tht Rev. George S. Pine, Providence. 



PASISHIS AND MIMlONi. 



Apponaug 

Ashton 

Auburn 

Harrington 

(West) 

Bristol 

Centredale 

Central Falls 

Cranston ....^ 

Crompton •■ 

East Greenwich 

East Providence ........... 

Edgewood 

Greenvilla 

Harris 

Jamestown 

Lonsdale 

Manton 

Manville 

Middletown 

Narragansett Pier 

Newport 

f Spring ft Dearborn Sts.) 

(Rnode Island Ave., near 

Broadway) 

(Washington ft Willow Sts.) 

(Church and Spring Sts.) 
Pascoag 



CHUKCBB AMD 
COMMUMICAIITS. 



St. Barnabas 98' 

St. John 245 . 

The Ascension 135 • 

St. John Ii90' 

St. Matthew 3 

St. Michael 500. 

Trinity 291 • 

St. Alban 50. 

St. George 329 • 

St. Bartholomew 49- 

St. Philip 196. 

St. Luke 291. 

St. Mary 278. 

The Transfiguration ...151. 

St. Thomas , 54 • 

St. Andrew 163. 

St. Matthew 46. 

Christ 532- 

St. Peter 248. 

Emmanuel 150. 

St. Columba (Berkeley 

Memorial) 172. 

St. Peter 150. 

Emmanuel 582 . 

St. George 178. 

St. John 387. 

Trinity 622. 

Calvary 92. 



Richard Henry Woffendea 
William Presscy. 
William £. Williamson. 
J William M. Chapin. 

t George L. Locke, D.D. 
(Albert Cecil Larned. 

Edmund Cooke Bennett. 
Samuel Martin Dorrance. 
Levi B. Edwards. 
Mason Campbell Stryker. 
William Worthington. 
Herbert Carlyle Dana. 
Levi B. Edwards. 
Edmund Cooke Bennett. 
Frederick W. Sandford. 
Charles D. Burrows. 
Albert Mayell Hilliker, 
Alva Edwin Carpenter. 
Francis T. Brown. 
JLatta Griswold. 

John B. Diman. 

alter H. B. Allen. 



Wal 



Emery Huntington Porter, 

D.D. 
(Jeorge Vernon Dickey. 

J Charles Frederick Beattie. 



Edwardde S. Juny, 
John &oward tever. 



Stanley C. Hughes. 



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Pawtttcket 

Pawtixxet ' ! ! I ! II ! ! I ! I ! ! II II 

PbiUipMlale 

Ponii*c '.'.* r. '*.'.*/.**. 1 '.*.*//.'. I 

Portsmouth 

(South) 

Proridencc (Westminster St. 
cor. Stewart) 

(Eddy St. cor. Oxford) . . 

(Potter Ave. n. Elmwood 

Ave.) 

(North) Fruit Hill 

(Westminster St., c Mat- 
thewson) 

(Westminster St. and 
Broadway) 

(North Main St. above 
Olney) 

(Pomona Ave. cor. Pem- 
berton) 

(Hayward Park and Bea- 
con Ave.) 

(Broadwav and 0>urtland) 

(North Main St. cor. 
Church) 



((George St. n. Thayer) 

(Douglas Ave., Eagle 
Park) 

(Benefit St. c Transit) 

Riverside 

Saunderston 

Thornton 

Tiverton 

Wakefield 

Warren 

Westerly 

Wickford 

Woonsocket 



CHUaCHM AND 
COMMUNXCAMTS. 



Advent 1 79 . 

Good Shepherd 433. 

St. Luke 67. 

St. Paul 801. 

Trinity 392 . 

Trinity Chapel 217 . 

St. David 47- 

Grace Memorial 51. 

All Saints 75- 

St. Paul 47. 

St. Mary \ 75 • 

Holy Cross j 

All Saints 550. 

Calvary 114. 

Christ 378. 

Epiphan^r 410. 

Holy Spirit 45 . 

Grace 993- 

Messiah 771. 

Redeemer 400 . 

St. Andrew 289 . 

St. Ansgarius 459. 

St. James v 480. 

St. John 601. 



St. Stephen 



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St. Thomas 234. 

The Saviour 254 . 

St. Mark 105. 

St. John Chapel 

Holy Nativity 153- 

Holy Trinity 37. 

Ascension 211. 

St. Mark 217. 

Christ 440. 

St. Paul, 195. 

St. James 561. 



James Ernest Barbour. 
Asaph Swift Wicks. 

Marion Law. 

Frank Appleton. 

J. Hugo Klaren. 

Carl Julius Ljunggren. 

William Francis Parsons. 

Adelbert Hayes Harrington. 

Frederick W. Goodman. 

r Arthur M. Aucock. 
•j Alfred Evan Johnson. 
[, Harold Lyman Smith Johns 
Wilford Laurence Hoopcs. 

Alfred H. Wheeler. 

Henry Bassett. 
Melvin Honeyman. 

( Frank Warfield Crowder. 
(Henry Blacklock. 

(Frederick Irving Collins. 

/ Eric Florus Toll. 

f Frederick J. Bassett, D.D. 

Joseph Melzar Hobbs. 

Carl Julius Ljungren* 
Charles William Forster. 

Lester Bradner. 

Ellery Irving Wilcox, 

Scott Kidder, D.D. 

Geo. McQellan Fiske, D.D. 

Edward R. Sweetland. 

. Charles Everett McCoy. 

Walter R. Tourtellot. 
Arthur Leverett Washburn. 
John Leacher. 
Frederick E. Seymour. 

( Frederick Irving Collins. 

I Eric Florus TolL 
James H. Dennis.* 
Frederick ^ Seymour. 
Joseph Hutcheson. 
William Frederick Williams. 
Richard R. Graham. 
Charles Arthur Denfield. 



NON.PAROCHIAL. 



Babcock, Charles Henry, D.D., New York. 
Boodin, John Elof, Iowa College, Grinnell, 

Iowa. 
Cassard, William Gilbert, D.D., (Hiaplain, 

U. S. N., Newport. 
Goodwin, Daniel, D.D., East Greenwich. 
Jackson, William F. B., Providence. 
Parker, Robert B., Providence. 
Pcarce, J. Sturges, Portsmouth. 
Peaslee, Arthur N., Newport. 



Pine, George S., South Scituate. 
Martin, Theo. D., Worcester, Mass. 
Murray, Robert, Waltham, Mass. 
Remick, Herbert A., Pittsfield, N. H. 
Richards, C. A. L., D.D., r. em.. Provi- 
dence. 
Sears, Lorenzo, Providence. 
Trotter, William R., r. em., Bristol. 
Wallen, Karl P., Providence. 
Webb, S. H., r. cm.. Providence. 



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DIOCESE OF SACRAMENTO. (A, D, 1910.) 

Lium.—AU that port of the SttKtt of CaUfomia lying north of iho southom Mmo of ^ho 

counties of Sonoma, Napa, Solano, Sacramento, Amador, and Bl Dorado. 



Population (1910), 214,850. 



Area, 42,000 sq. m. 

(1899.) Residence, EpiscofM^ 



The Rt. Rev. William Hall Morbland, D.D., Bishop, 

Residence, 2600 Capital Ave., Sacramento, Cal. 
Secretary and Registrar^—The Rev. C. E. Farrar, 16 18 O St., Sacramento, CaL 
Assistant Secretary. — ^James U. Spence, Salem. 
Chancellor. — Hon. N. P. Chipman, Sacramento. 
Treasurer. — Frank H. Denman, Petaluma. 
Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. Charles E. Farrar, Pres.; the Rev. J. R. AtwiU, 

Sec; the Rev. John Partridge, the Rev. W. A. Cash. Lay, W. W. Lyman, C. W. 

Bush, W. B. Lardner, Edward Goodwin. 



HISTORICAL NOTES. 

(See California.) 

Within the limits of this Missionary District the Rev. Dr. James Lloyd Breck founded, at 
Benicia, in 1867, the Missionary College of St. Augustine, and purchased a school for 
girls which he named St. Mary's of the Pacific. Both institutions are now extinct, al* 
though the Bishop of Northern California made personal sacrifices for their main- 
tenance. A memorial from the Diocese of California was presented to the General 
Convention at its sessions in the city of New York, in October, 1874, praying for 
the erection of two Missionary Districts within its limits. On October 27 the House 
of Bi^ops erected a new Missionary District in Northern California, to which, OA 
October 28, the Rev. Dr. John Henry Ducachet Wingfield, Rector of Trinity Church. 
San Francisco, California, was nominated by the House of Bishops and duly elected 
by the House of Deputies. At the sessions of the General Convention held in the 
city of Washington, in October, 1898, the House of Bishops, on October 12, recon- 
stituted the Missionary District of Northern California by adding to it certain coun- 
ties in the State of Nevada, and changing its name to Sacramento. On October 20, 
the Rev. William Hall Moreland, of California, was nominated as Missionary 
Bishop of Sacramento, and duly elected. The House of Bishops at the General Gwir 
vention, during its sessions held in Richmond, Virginia, in October, i907f relievea 
the District of any part of Nevada. The District was organized into a Diocese at the 
36th Annual Convention at Santa Rosa, September 20-22, 19 10. 



CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Home of the Merciful Saviour, for Invalid Children, Sacramento. — Pres., the Bishcp. 

Pres. Executive Committee, Mrs. R. T. McKisick. 
Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized April, 1892.] Pres., Mrs. Benjaain 

E. Diggs, Benicia. Cor. Sec, Mrs. Mary J. Pierce, Petaluma. 
Junior Department. — Sec, Miss Janette Merritt, Woodland. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices .v • 

Organized Parishes and Missions . 
Unorganized Missions and Stations 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



1910. 



1911.' 



37 


40 


47 


32 


4; 


39 


38 


■ 25 


370 


313 


233 


207 


2,914 


2,914 


166 


166 


1.564 


1,564 


$48,768 


$48,763 



^ Inn the absence of later reports some of the figures of 19 10 are repeated. 
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THE CLERGY. 

Thx Bishop. 



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BuhoJ>*s Examining Chaphins, — ^The Rev. John Partridge, the Rev. Cluries £. Wtnx, 

tne Rev. Irving £. Baxter. . 

General Missionary, — The Rev. George Edward Swan. Sacramento. 
Mmral Deans, — Sonoma Deanery: the Rev. Thomas P. Boyd, Vallejo. Sacramento Deanery: 

the Rev. W. A. Cash, East Auburn. Humboldt Deanery: the Rev. J. T. Shurtleff,. 

Eureka. Shasta Deanery: 



rAKISBM A»D MISSIONS. 



CHVKCBIS AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



Alturas 

Arcau 

Attbum 

Bcnicift 

Bums Valley 

CaUstosa 

Camp Meeker 

Chico 

Ooverdale ... 

Colfax 

CoUinsviUe .. 

Colusa 

Coming 

Crescent Gty 
Dunsmuir .... 

Eureka 

Femdale .... 

Folsom 

Fort Jones ... 

Fortuna 

Fort BidweU . 
Fort Bragg .. 



Gidt 

Grass Valley 
Healdsburg . 
Hombrook .. 
Kelseyville .. 

looe 

Jackson 

Kenwood ... 
Lakeport ... 

Loomis 

Ifare Island . 
Xanrsville . . 
Montague . . 

XcCloud 

Napa 

Nevada City 
Oak Park ... 

Orland 

Oroville .... 
Petaluma ... 
Placerville .. 

Quincy 

Red Bluff .. 
Sedding .... 
Sacramento . 



Soeramento . 
SanU Rosa . 
Sebastopol . . 
Shellville ... 
a iis on ..... 
Smith River 
Sonoma . . . . 
St. Helena . 



I 10. 

St John 63. 

St. Luke ..I25. 

St. Paul 6$. 



7. 

4. 

117. 

Good Shepherd 47 < 

Good Shepherd 10. 

St. Tames 11. 

St. Stephen 61. 

St. Andrew 28. 

IS. 

St. Barnabas iS' 

Christ 2Z2. 

St. Mary 85. 

Trinity 34. 

St. Paul 13. 

12. 

I. 

82. 



5. 

Emmanuel 1x5. 

St. Paul 39- 

All Souls 4. 



St. Matthew 3- 

St. Barnabas ....■ 12. 

5- 

St. John 20. 

All Saints 30- 

30. 

St. John 80. 

2. 

10. 

St. Mary 98. 

Trinity 105, 

Christ 30 - 

5. 

18. 

St. John 118. 

The Saviour 80. 



St. Peter 59. 

All Saints 25, 

St. Paul 195- 

Trinity (Pro-Cathedral) 15s 

Japanese Mission 13 . 

Incarnation 190 , 

5. 



All Angels 



• »4. 

Grace 15. 

Grace 43, 



Henry Taylor Adams. 
Edward John Baird. 
Benjamin Evans Diggs. 



Ernest Albert Osbom, D.D. 
Daniel Theodore Booth. 
Isaac Dawson. 

) Thornton T. Denhardt, 



James Monroe WrighL 
John T. Shurtleff. 
Carlton M. Hitchcock. 
Harry Perks. 
James Monroe Wright. 
Carlton Merritt Hitchcork. 

A. W. Bell. 

Webster Loring Clark. 

Isaac Dawson. 
Frederick W. Crook. 
James Monroe Wright. 



James Thomas MacGovem. 

James Monroe Wright 

Irving E. Baxter. 

James Augustus Baynton. 

Harry Perks. 

David E. Holt 
John Partridge. 
Samuel Mills. 
David E. Holt 
Harry A. R. Cresser. 
Frank N. Cockcroft 
Charles E. Farrar. 
John Richard Atwill. ^ 
Peter K. Kajitsuka, 
George Edward Swann. 



James Monroe Wright 

Thomas P. Boyd. 
Webster Loring Clark. 
Benjamin Evans Diggs. 



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PARISHIS AMD IfZflSIONa. CHURCHBSANDOOMMUNICAlfTt 



Sutter Creek 
Truckee ..... 

Ukiah 

VacariUe .... 

Vallejo 

Wheatland .. 

WillitU 

Willow* 

Winters 

Woodland ... 
Yreka 



12. 

Trinity 30 . 

Epiphany 20. 

Ascension aoi. 

Grace 17. 

12. 



St, Luke 93. 

SL Mark 51. 



Fre<ierick W. Crook. 
Webster Loring Qark. 

John Barrett, 
anies Thomas MacGovem. 

Thornton T. Denhardt. 
? David £. Holt. 

James M. Wright. ' 



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Brewster, S. T., Coming, Cal. 
Bollaid, William. National City. Cal. 
De La Rosa, W., in Canada. 
Mitchell, Arthur L., Los Angeles. 



O'Brien, William John, South Pasad^nft. 

Rollins, G. A., Petaluma. 

Tuson, William, British Columbia. 



SAUNA. 

MISSIONARY DISTRICT. 

Limits. — So much of the Staiw of Kansas as lies to the west of the western lines &f 
Washington, Clay, Dickinson, Marion. Harvey, Sedgwick, and Sumner counties. 

Population (1900), 459*798' Area, 50,703 sq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rbv. Sheldon Munson Griswold, D.D., Bishop. (1903.) Residence, 426 Santa 

F^ Ave., South Salina, Kansas. 
Secretary of Convention. — The Rev. Lloyd R. Benson, Ellsworth. 
Treasurer. — E. R. Grant, Kingman. 
Registrar. — Lloyd B. Holsapple. Salina. 
Chancellor. — Hon. Houston Whiteside, Hutchinson, Kansas. 
Council of Advice. — Clerical, the Rev. Henry P. Scratchley, Pres.. Goodland; the Rev., 

Lloyd R. Benson, Sec, Ellsworth; the Rev. George B. Kinkhead. Lay, A. R. Good- 

wyn, E. W. Staples, G. E. Alden, W. D. Mitchell. 



HISTORICAL NOTES. 

(See Kansas.) 

memorial from the Diocese of Kansas was presented to both Houses of the General 
Convention at its sessions in San Francisco, California, in October, 1901, praying for 
the consent to the cession of a portion of its territory as a Missionary District. On 
October 17 the prayer was granted. The House of Bishops was authorized to elect a 
Bishop for the new District during the recess of the General Convention. Until the 
election and consecration of a Bishop the District was put under the charge of the 
Presiding Bishop. At a special meeting of the House of Bishops, held m Christ 
Church, Cincinnati, on April 16 and 17, 1902, the Rev. Nathaniel Sejrmour Thomas. 
Rector of the Church 6f the Holy Apostles, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was elected 
as Bishop. Upon his declination, at a special meeting of the House of Bishops, held 
in the Church of the Holy Trinity, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on October 23 and 
S4, X90S, the Rev. Dr. Sheldon Munson Griswold, Rector of Christ Church, Hudson, 
New York, Diocese of Albany, was duly elected. 

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CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

St> Barnabas Hospital, SaHna.—Supt,, Miss L. M. O'DonnelL 
St. John's Military School, Salina. — Diocesan School for Boys. 

Bishop. Hsad Master, the Rev. Henry Peter Scratchley. 

Ober, Salina. 
The Cathedral Guild House.^ 
Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized jooa.] Pros., Mrs. W. C Perdac, 

Belott. Cor. Sec. and Treas., Mrs. J, R. Crawford, SaUna. 



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Sec. and Treas., E. W. 



Diocesan Magasine. — "The District of Salina Watchman." 
Kinkead. 



Editor, Dean George B. 



ITATItTICS. 



Qcrgy ••.•.••,••••. 

PriesU Ordaiped 

Orarch Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions . . 
Unorganised Parishes and Missions 

Ba|»tisms 

Confirmed 

Commttntcants • • 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contnbtttions 



19x0. 



16 

"26 
as 

XI 

x66 
75 

981 
50 

386 
$X4>453 



1911. 



26 

38 

6 

89 

58 

X.030 

53 

368 

$14,671 



The next Annual Convocation will meet at the Bishop's appointment. 

^ THE CLERGY. 

Thb Bishop. 
CHRIST CATHEDRAL (com. 142), SALINA. 

g^ean. — The Very Rev. George Blackburn Kinkead. 
anon. — The Rev. Henry Peter Scratchley. 
Canon- Precentor. — ^The Kev. Lloyd B. Holsapple. 
Honorary Canon. — ^The Rev. James Hervey Lee.* 
Archdeacon. — The Ven. 

Examining Chaplains. — ^The Rev. Lloyd R. Benson, the Rev. C. C. Edmunds, D.D., the 
Rev. G. B. Kinkead, the Rev. H. R.*Denslow, D.D., the Rev. Henry P. Scratchley. 



PAKISHBS AND MISilONi. 



Anthimy . . . 
BcUeviUe ... 

Bdoit 

Bennington . 
Brewster .... 
Brookville .. 
Cawker Oty 

Cess 

Concordia .. 

Colby 

Dodge City . 
00wns 

ites 

Ellswortli . . . 
Fpnnoso .... 
Preeport ..., 
Girden City . 
Goodland ... 
Great Bend , 

Hsfper 

Hays City . . . 

Hoxie 

Hugolon 



CHURCHES ANL COMMUNICANTS 



Grace 17. 

St. Tames 19 . 

St. Paul 44- 

Transfiguration 37 . 



SL Mary the Virgin.. 



7- 
33. 

6. 

Epiphany 39 • 

4. 

St Cornelius 30 . 



St. Bartholomew 10. 

Hol>r Apostles 80. 

Trinity 17 . 

Trinity 13 . 

St. Thomas 12. 

St. Paul 24. 

St. John 23. 

St. Tames 12. 

St Michael 19 . 



Grace 



.151.. 



CLSKGT. 



Maurice I. L. Kain. 

Robert M. Botting. 
Chauncey E. Snowden. 



Robert M. Botting. 



nry 
Uoyd tL Benson. 

Maurice I. L. Kain. 



Maurice I. L. Kain. 
Norman Inwood. 



Clarence S. Sargent, D.D. 



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PAIU8HU AND MISSIONS. 



Kinsley 

Kirwia 

Lsktn 

Larned ..••••... 

Lewis 

Uberal 

Logaa 

Lvons , 

Meade 

McPherson 

Medicine Lodge 
Minneapolis • • . . 
New Ulysses ... 

Nflcs 

Norton 

OberUn 

Paradise 

Phillipsburg .... 

Pratt 

Richfield 

Salina » 

Silverdale 

Smith Centre ... 

Spearville 

St Francis 

St. John , 

Studley , 

Syracuse 

Victoria *.. 

Wa Keen^ 

Scattered , 



CBUBCBIS AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



Christ -. 52. 

Nativity 9. 



Bethany 12. 

Nativity 

St. Andrew 12. 

Transfiguration 19 . 

xo. 

St. Augustine 21. 

St.* Mark ... '. *. ! . *. ! ! ! '. 32 ! 

St. Peter 59. 



Holy Cross 4. 

14- 

Trinity 19. 

9. 

6. 

9. 

St. John's School 20. 



3- 

3. 

8. 

All Saints 4. 

St George ...' 

Heavenly Rest 22. 

35. 



Richard Cox. 
Archdeacon. 
Norman Inwood. 



Howard Cady. 
Chauncey E. Snowden. 



)Alan Grant Wilson. 



Henry Peter Scratchley. 
Norman Inwood. 



Henry L. Anderson. 



NONPAROCHIAL. 
Heyne, Karl G., Syracuse, N. Y. 



SAN JOAOUIN. 

MISSIONARY DISTRICT. 

Limits. — Thf Counties or San Joaquin, Calaveras, Alpine, Stanislaus, Tuolumne, Merced, 
Mariposa, Fresno, Madera,. Kings, Tulare, Kern, Mono and Inyo, in the State of 
California, 

Population (19 10), 320,000. Area, 46,000 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rev. Louis Childs Sanpord, Missionary Bishop. (1911.) Residence, 1852 I 
St, Fresno, Cat 

Secretary.— The Rev. Lee A. Wood, Porterville. 

Treasurer. — 

Registrar.— The Rev. Lee A. Wood, Porterville. 

Chancellor.-^ 

Council of^ Advice.— The Rev. G. R. E. MacDonald; the Rev. W. T. Renison. H. C. B. 
Gill, Sec; B. L. Barney. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Daughters of the King,— Diocesan Sec, Mrs. Louis C. Sanford, Fresno, Cal. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branc*.— [Organized 191 1.] Cor. Sec, Mrs. Horlick, 

Hansford, Cal. 
Junior Department.— Sec, and Treas., Mrs. Walter Uridge, R. F. D. 5. FresifoT OOqIc 



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Oergy 

■Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions ... 
Unorganized Missions and Stations... 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



1911. 



IS 

I 

24 

»7 

9 

30 1 

126 

1,687 

79 

90s 

$27,073 



The ad Annual Convocation will be held in the Church, of the Saviour, 
Hanfordy in May, 19 12. 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 



Bakersfield 

Coalinga 

Fowler 

Fresno 

Fresno Flats .... 

Hanford 

Kern City 

Lodi 

Madera 

Merced 

Modesto 

Mokelumne Hill 

Oakdale 

Porterville 

Randsburg 

Raymond 

Rcedley 

Rosedale 

Selma 

Sonora 

Stockton 

Tulare 

Tuolumne 

Visaha 



CHURCHBS AND 
COMMUNICANTS. 



St Paul 400. 



St. Michael 58. 

St. James 370. 

Christ 

The Saviour 215. 

St. Barnabas 29 . 

St. John ....| 35. 

Trinity 44 • 

St. Luke 56. 

St. Paul so. 

St. Paul « 8. 

St. Matthias I.. 24- 

St. John 25. 

Trinity 16. 

St. Thomas 17. 

17. 

St. John 44. 

St. Luke 40 . 

St. James 73 . 

St. John 212. 

St. John 

St. Michael' 35- 

St. Paul 99- 



CLB|tOY. 



David M. Crabtree. 
Robert William Rhames. 
Horace Earl Dibblec. 
Robert William Rhames. 
Jonathan Nicholas. 
George R. E« MacDonald. 
David M. Crabtree. 
William Herbert Hawken. 
Jonathan Nicholas. 
Wilfred Lawson <xreenwood. 
William Herbert Hawken. 
John Edward Shea. 
William Herbert Hawken. 
Lee Axtell Wood. 

Jonathan Nicholas. 
William H. Webb. 
David M. Crabtree. 
Horace Earl Dibblec. 
Emile U. Brown. 
William T. Renison. 
Lee Axtell Wood.. 
William Hardin Wheeler. 
' William H. Webb. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Golden, George C, Oakland. 
Hanson, Harvey S., San Francisco. 



I Waterman, John H., Fowler. 



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DIOCESE OP SOUTH CAROLINA. (A. D. 1785.) 

LtMtTfl.— rA# Stei* •f Souih CaroUnm. 

Fopvlation (1900), i^40i,jij. Area, «9»jis IQ* ib. 

Tbk Rt. Riv. William Albxandis Gukrry, D.Tk., Bishop. (1907.) Resid^net^ Chafto»> 

ton, S. C. 
Secretory of tht Council, — ^The Rev. Albert Sidney Thomas, Cheraw. 
Assistant Secretory. — ^The Rev. Lvttleton E. Hubard, Qemson College. 
Treasurer of Council. — ^William Godfrey, Cheraw. 
l?«£Wlrar.— Joaeph L Waring, 86 Warren St., Charlcrton. 
CAaMcr/tor.— Robert W. Shand, Colnmbia. 
Standing Committee,— Clerical, the Rev. William Baker Gordon, Pres,; the Vcn. Jphft 

Kershaw, D.D., the Rev. Alexander R. Mitchell, the Rev. H. H. Covington, the S«v. 

A. S. Thomas. Lay, William C Bissell, Sec, Charleston, S. C; R. I. Manniai^ 

T. W. Bacot, H. P. Duval, C. S. Gadsden. 

HISTORICAL NOTES. 

The first services of the Church were held bv the Rev. Atkin Williamson in 1680. H« 
was incumbent of St Philip's Church, built in x68j of black crpress, until 1608. A 
maintenance of the Church of England in Charleston was allowed by the General 
Assembly in 1698. The Church of England was established in the Province in xjod. 
A preliminary meeting for the organization of a Diocese was held at the State Honac; 
Charleston, on May la, 1785, at which three clergymen and representatives frooa 
eight parishes were present On July 12, 1785, the Primary Convention was held is 
Charleston, at which Deputies were chosen to the General Convention to be held at 
Philadelphia in September, 1785. At the Convention held in Charleston in 1795 tba 
Rev. Dr. Robert Smith, Rector of St. Philip's Church, and Principal of CharleatoA 
College, was unanimously elected as Bishop. 

First Bishoj>.—RoB*Kt Smith. Born, August 25. 1732- Consecrated, September 14. ir»$. 
Died, October 28, 180 1. 

Second Bishop.— Theodoke Dbhon. Born, December 8, 1776. Consecrated, October is* . 
181 3. Dted, August 6, 1817. 

Third Bishop. — Nathaniel Bowen. Born, June 29, 1779. Consecrated, October 18, i8tt» 
Died, August as, 1839. 

Fourth Bishop. — Christopher Edwards Gadsden. Bom, November 25, 1785. Cont^ 
crated, June 21, 1840. Died, June 24, 1852. 

Fifth Bishop. — Thomas Frederick Davis. Bom, February 8, 1804. Consecrated, Oeto- 
ber 17, 1853. Died, December 2, 187 1. 

Sixth BisKop.—V^VLLiAVL Bell White Howe. Bom, March 31. 1823, ConseeraUd^ 
October 8, 1871. Died, November 25, 1894. . ^ - 

Seventh BwAo/^.—Ellison Capers. Born, October 14, 1837. Consecrated, Bishop Goad* 
jutor, July 20, 1893. Died, April 22, 1908. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Churchmen's Club in CliaWwf on.— [Organized 190.1] Pres., William C. Bissell, Charlea^ 

ton. Sec, Joseph I. Waring, 86 Warren St., Charleston. 
Church Home Orphange, Yorkville.—Pres., the Bishop. Chaplain, the Rev. Thomas Tracy 

Walsh. Treas., W. B. Moore, Yorkville. Matron, Miss Gadsden, Deaconess. 
Church Home for Old Ladies, Charleston.— Matron, Mrs. McClure. ^ 
Church Periodical Club. — Diocesan Correspondent, Miss Emma Gilchnst, 44 Legare St., 

Daughters of the Kfng.—Diocesati Sec, Miss E. L. Blythewood, 480 Washington St., 

Greenville. _^. ^ .^ «•«* 

Episcopal Female Bible, Prayer-Book, and Tract Society, — Sec and Treas., Un, J. A. 

Finger, 291 Calhoun St, Charleston. Directress, Mrs. C. C. Pmckney, Charleston. 
Girls' Friendly Society. —Sec. Miss Mary C. Preston, 721 Whaley St, Columbia. 
Porter Military Academy. Charleston.— Rector and Chaplain, the Rev. Walter MitchelL 
St. Mary's School for Girls, Raleigh.— Rector, the Rev. G. W. Lay. Sec, K. P. Battle^ 

Jr., M.D., Raleigh, N. C. , ^. , , , , ^ .. ^ « 

The Protestant Episcopal Society for the Advancement of Christianiiy in South C mUm^ 

— rincor. 1 81 0.1 Pres., the Bishop. Cor. Sec, Treas., W. H. 

Prioleau. • ^ ^. . •% «« 

The Society for the Relief of IVidoivs and Orphans of the Clergy, Charleston.— Pres., H. 

E. Young. (Trustee for Fund for Relief of Aged and Infirm Clergy.) Sec, A. K. 

Young. Treas., E. H. Pringle. . ^ . , 

IVoman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Bronr*.— fOrganiEed May. 1885.] Annnal merting: ««• 

ally at time and place of Diocesan Convention. Cor. Sec, Miss A. C. Neutville, lo 

Charlotte St, Charleston. ^ ^ ^ ^, , 

Junior Department.— Sec, Miss Katie Lee, 174 Ashley Ave., Charleston. 

Diocesan Paper.^**The Diocese." Editor, the Rev. H. H. Covington. Published at Sumter. 

Digitized by VJH^^;V IC 



32* 



SOUTS CAROUNA. 



[1912 



■TATimCS. 

Qergy 

Pricstt Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Fariahea and Mlaaiona .. . 
Uoorjganized Missions and Stations. 

BapCiains < 

Confirmed • 

Communicants '.•...•.••.. 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholara 

Contributiona 



1910. 



1911. 



62 


64 


2 


4 


135 


135 


86 


99 


4a 


44 


571 


573 


415 


533 


9,"4 


9,569 


543 


617 


3*954 


4t349 


^ $117,671 


$146,782 



The i22d Annual Council will meet in St. Helena's Church, Beaufort, May 7, 1912. 

THE CLERGY. 

Thb Bishop. 

Archdeacons. — ^The Ven. A. R. Mitchell, the Ven. Henry H. Covington, the Ven. John 
Kerahaw. D.D. 

Archdeacon for Coloured Work, — 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains.— The Rev. Robert Wilson, D.D., the Rev. H. H. Coving- 
ton (in Hebrew), the Ven. John Kershaw, D.D., the Revi J. H. Tillinghast, the Rev. 
Walter Mitchell. 

Charleston City Missionary. — 

Columbia City Missionary.-^The Rev. Wilmer Smith Poyner. 



rAKISHIS AND ICZSSIOVS. 

Abbevitte 

Adam's Run (WUton) 

Aiken 

Aiken 

Allendale 

Asderson ••••••••••••••••• 

Barnwell 

Batesburg 

Beaufort 

Beautort 

Brook Green 

Bcanettsville 

Berkeley (Monck's Comer). 

Blacksbnrg 

Blaekville 

Bluffton 

Bradford Springs 

Calhoun Falla 

Cambridge 

Camden 

Charleston (71 Bcaufain St.) 

iao4 Rutledge Ave.) 
100 Wentworth) 
N. £. c AaUey and Can- 
non Sta.) 

Bohn and Alexander) . . . 
L £. cor. EUxabeth and 

Charlotte) 

(14 Thomas) 

(S. E. cor. Broad and 

Meeting) 

(za6 Coming St) 

(144 Church St.) 

Charleston County 

Cheraw 

Chester ••.••. 

Qemson College (Fort Hill) 
Columbia 

(Ai^Mial Hiu)'i'.*.'/.i.-ii 

(Sumter St.) 

Columbia (Olympia Village) 

Columbia 

Congares 



CHUBCHS8AND COMMUNICAMTS 



Trinity 49 . 

Christ 87. 

St. Thaddeus 172. 

St. Augustine 

Holy Communion 33. 

Grace 101. 

Holy Apostles 52 . 

St. Paul 8. 

St. Athanasius 

St. Helena ...131. 

Holy Cross 

St. Paul 27. 

St. John 20 . 

Atonement 12 . 

St. Alban 19. 

The Cross 16 . 

St Philip 13. 

All Saints 8. 

Brook's 2 . 

Grace 159. 

Calvary 76. 

Christ 74 . 

Grace 589. 

Holy Communion 314. 

St. Andrew 30. 

St. John Chapel 259, 

St. Luke 414. 

St. Mark 253. 

St. Michael 387. 

St. Paul 181. 

St. Philip 443. 

St. Stephen 

SS. Thomas & Dennis. 9. 

St. David 122, 

St. Mark 39. 

Holy Trinity 49 

Good Shepherd 258. 

St. Luke 25, 

St. Mary 52, 

St. Timothy 108 

Trinity 555 

Trinity Chapel 33 

St. Anna ") 

St. Luke h24 

St. Mary J 

St. John 33 



Andrew Ernest Cornish. 
Thomas Perry Baker. 
Richard Cullen Jeter. 
John Brown Elliott 
Albert Edward Evison. 
Saunders R. Guicmard. 
Albert Edward Evison. 
Royal (jraham Shannonhouse 
Theodore Wood Clift 
Theodore Wood Clift 
John E. H. Galbraith. 
Robert W. Barnwell. 
James William Sparks. 
Thomas Tracy Walsh. 
Albert Edward Evison. 
J. Herbert Woodward. 
Henry Harris Covington. 
Octavius Theodore Porcher. 
Octavius Theodore Porcher. 
William Baker Gordon. 
Jesse David Lykes. 
Pcrcival H. Whaley, D.D. 
William Way. 

Fred'k Harriman Harding. 
Jesse David Lykes. 
R. Maynard Marshall. 

Louis (jeorge Wood. 



John Kershaw. D.D. 

Arthur Temple Cornwell. 
S. C:ary Beckwith. 
John J. Pusey. 

Albert Sidney Thomas. 
Thomas Tracy Walsh. 
R. Maynard Marshall. 
Charles Edward Woodson. 
(George E. Howell. 
Joseph Silas Quarles. 
Wilmer Smith Poyner. 
Kirkinan George Finlay. 
Wilmer Smith Poyner. 

(Joseph Silas QuM^ca. 

(Oorge E. Howell. 

John Huske Tillinghast. 



1812] 



SOITTH CAROUNA. 



328 



A«D Munom. 



DarltasttMa 
Dillon .... 



Eastover 



Eaatover (, 
Edgefield .... 
Edisto Island 
EntawTtUe ... 

Florence 

Fort Motte .. 

Fulton 

Gaffnqr 

Georgetown . • 
Glenn Springi 
GrahaatTille .. 
Graniterillc . 



Co.) 



Greene 
Green^ 



▼tUe 
iTillc 



Greenwood .....•.••.•••• 

Hagood 

SardceviUe .....••..•••• 
Hartsrille 

fames' Island 
ohn's Island (Colleton). 
enkinsville 

Kaotin 

Kingstree ..••..••*.••••< 



Laurens 

ICalvera HOI (Kershaw Co.) 

Manning 

Marion 

Mars* Bluff 

McQellanTille (Santcc) .... 

McPhersonville 

MoultrieriUc 
Mt Pie 
Mullins 
Si 



New Brookland 

North Augusta 

Ninety-Six 

Olcatee ..^ 

Orangeburg ............ 

ParkcrsviUe 

Peakc 

Pee Dee 

Plantersrille 

Plantersville 

Pendleton 

PineviUe (Berkeley Co.) 

Pineville 

Pinopolls 

Ridge Spring 

Ridgeway 

Rion 

Rock Hin 



CHUBCBaaam ooMKUJiiCAim 



Seneca 

Shirley 

Society HIQ 
Spartanburg 



Stateburg 

St George 

St Stephen's Parish 
(Berlndey Co.) .... 

Sttlliyan*8 Island 

SttBUuerton ••.......< 

Stnmnenrflle 



St Matthew 70.. 

-T 5.. 

Zion 32.. 

Emmanuel 

St Thomas 

Chapel of the Cross ... 11.. 

Trinity* 58.. 

Trinity 54*. 

Epiphany 41 •• 

St. John V 250.. 

St Matthew 25.. 

St Mark 12.. 

Incarnation 4 • • 

Prince George, Winyah.158. . 

Calvary 35 . . 

Holy Trinity 18.. 

St Paul 27" 

Christ 410.. 

St. Andrew 43 • < 

St. James 45 . . 

Ressurrection 66. . 

Ascension 1... 33.. 

St Edmund 2.. 

St Bartholomew 19.. 

St James 18.. 

St. John 104.. 

St. Barnabas 

St George 14* - 

St Alban 28., 

Christ 20 . 

Epiphany 25 . 

Malvern 21 . . 

All Saints ^ 13. 

Advent 54- 

Christ 33 . 

St James 27, 

Sheldon Church 37 . . 

Hol^ Cross 3. 

Christ 104* 

Christ II. 

St. Luke 22. 

St. Ann 

Epiphany ^... 31. 

13. 

8. 

Redeemer 86 . 

Faith Memorial 



Prince Frederick 24. 

St Peter 

St Cyprian 

St Paul 28. 

St Stephen 9. 

Redeemer 63 . 

Trinity 30 . 

Grace 11. 

St Stephen 48. 

Our Saviour 13 . 

Our Saviour 67. 

St Paul II. 

Ascension 12 . 

Heavenly Rest 16. 

Trinity 21. 

Advent 265. 

Epiphany 

Holy Cross 77. 

7. 



St Stephen 22. 

Holy Cfross 2 . 

St Matthias 41. 

Epiphanv 41 . 

St Paul 191. 

St. Barnabas 35 . 



Hope Henrv Lumpkin. 
Henry Cook Salmond. 
John Huske Tillinghast 
? Jacob R. Jones. 

John Huske Tillinghast 
Koyal (xraham Shannonhouie 
Percival H. Whaley, D.D. 
John W. Motte. 
Harold Thomas. 
Wilmot S. Holmes. 
Wm. Habersham Barnwell. 
Thomas Tracy. Walsh. 
Percy John Robottom. 
Clarence H. Jordan, 
(xeorge H. Johnstone, D.D. 

(J. Herbert Woodward. 

Mohn Hanckel Taylor. 
Alexander R. Mitchell. 

) William N. Tillinghast 

Uctavius Theodore Porcher. 
Wm. Habersham BamwelL 
Perroneau l7awes Hay. 
Hope Henry Lumpkin. 
I Henry Chastaignier Masyck 

Jacob R. Jones. 

Robert Wilson, D.D. 
diaries William Boyd. 
Andrew Ernest Cornish. 
William Baker (k>rdon. 
John Kershaw. Jr. 
Henrv Cook Salmond. 
Harold Thomas. 
Robert Wilson, D.D. 
J. Herbert Woodward. . 
James William Sparks. 

Henry Cook Salmond. 
Andr